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  • proper n. Plural form of Parliamentarian.


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  • My invitation was not accepted by the Conservative Part but I was very glad to have with me Parliamentarians from the other Parties in the House and from the Senate.


  • Royalists, or Cavaliers; while those that gathered about the Parliamentary banner were called Parliamentarians, or Roundheads, the latter term being applied to them because many of their number cropped their hair close to the head, simply for the reason that the Cavaliers affected long and flowing locks.

    General History for Colleges and High Schools

  • In the bourgeoisie who were confounded with the nobility, namely the Parliamentarians, their functions were nearly gratuitous; the magistrate received his pay in deference.

    The French Revolution - Volume 3

  • The 'Rumpers,' as Pepys calls the Parliamentarians, had given one the name of the 'Nazeby;' and that was now christened the 'Charles:'

    The Wits and Beaux of Society Volume 1

  • An organization comprising legislators from various nations known as Parliamentarians for Global Action have promoted ideas of democratic global governance, according to Wikipedia. - Articles related to Chrysler spends $300M to build new transmissions

  • Does anyone know if the denial has come from RTL or from the so-called Parliamentarians?

    Guy Fawkes' blog

  • It will also facilitate visits and secondments of appropriate participants, such as Parliamentarians, senior administrators and other influential persons, to relevant

    Reinvigorating the United Nations : Reform, Rights and Reconfiguration

  • 'Parliamentarians' Use of Healthcare Performance Metrics 'by Gordon Marnoch will be presented at a major conference - Public Services in the 2010s: Prosperity, Austerity and Recovery - in London on Friday 11 December 2009.

    University of Ulster: News Releases

  • The question is, what kind of Parliamentarians will replace them.

    British Blogs

  • Parliamentarians voted for a president in 1982 not at the Villa Mansour, then in a war zone, but at the Fayadieh Barracks.

    On the Eastern Shore


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