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  • n. Plural form of deputy.


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  • Girondin deputies from the convention via a popular insurrection (31 May-2 June


  • But the fact that Sergio Ermotti, head of the investment-banking division and one of Mr. Profumo's most highly regarded deputies, is to leave is a clear sign the foundations have prevailed.

    UniCredit Takes a Giant Step Backward

  • The bill, a flagship piece of legislation for President Nicholas Sarkozy, whose wife is a pop star, was defeated last month when deputies from the governing centre-right UMP failed to turn up to vote in sufficient numbers and the opposition Socialists managed to quash it.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Josh, the best way to cover those Sheriff's deputies is get the contract cities to pony up the real cost of service, or cut what these cities aren't willing to pay for (I like the way the Sheriff threatens to cut off service to the unincorporated areas, the one place they shouldn't be cutting service to).

    Phillips to Call for Audit of Sheriff’s Department « PubliCola

  • Tony Travers from the LSE was on the Today programme this morning saying that Boris Johnson's problems with his advisers and deputies is in part caused by the Mayoral system.

    Ray Lewis shows the weakness of the Mayoral system

  • He joined other Girondin deputies in the Legislative Assembly, which succeeded the


  • Montagnards, urged the Convention to purge its Girondin deputies, including


  • The Club, under the leadership of Robespierre, played a central role in the execution of Louis XVI in January 1793 and in the purging of the more moderate Girondin deputies from the National Convention in June 1793.


  • When Girondins deputies from the National Convention denounced what they perceived to be the excessive influence of Paris in relation to other municipalities in political decisions, the Commune allied with the Jacobins to oust the Girondins from the Convention in May-June 1793.


  • Its leanings became increasingly leftist and popular as it admitted Montagnard deputies from the National Convention and began to fashion itself as the voice of the Parisian working class.



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