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  • n. Plural form of Hansard.


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  • Parliamentary Hansards - a record of debates in Parliament - were also made available on-line at a separate launch.

    Kenyan Government Online Information Gets Mixed Reviews

  • As well as parliamentary documents and daily Hansards, the bookshop specialises in providing key texts, such as Erskine May, Dod's Parliamentary Companion and Vacher's Quarterly and provides access to the full range of related publications as soon as they are available.

    Independent bookshops in London

  • Not all political memorabilia reaches the lofty heights of Enoch Powell's collection of Hansards.

    Political memorabilia

  • Debates of the Alberta Legislature (Hansards) (1972 – 1993)

    Slaw » Historical legislation at your fingertips » Print

  • "We produce free daily Hansards, which give a verbatim report of daily proceedings," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Debate on the Bill was deferred early on Friday morning when, after an hour of being addressed by senior Senators, Coetsee said he wanted to study the Hansards and consider his decision.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In the speeches that are too long, in their love for Royal Commissions, in the printing of voluminous Hansards, and in the delight in long parliamentary sessions, Canadian and Australian politics are as like as two peas in a pod.

    Canadian-Australian Contrasts

  • A pile of Australian Hansards for reference sat on a chair at convenient distance.

    Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land

  • The later Sessional Papers and Hansards or Parliamentary Debates are easily accessible.

    The Canadian Dominion; a chronicle of our northern neighbor

  • He kept his references in order; handed him Hansards and blue-books in turn; summoned the pages to clear away the impedimenta and to keep the glass of water replenished -- little services which it was clear he was glad to do for one who engaged his ardent affection and admiration.

    Laurier: A Study in Canadian Politics


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