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  • noun Plural form of electro.

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Examples

  • In Amazonas there are 73 000 electros according to the CNE.

    Rosales does Caracas, Chavez does red

  • In Amazonas there are 73 000 electros according to the CNE.

    11/05/2006 - 11/12/2006

  • Now, not only the European Union report on the December 2005 elections in Venezuela addresses specifically the by product of the Tascon list, now become the Maisanta program with all Venezuelan electros and their "political activities", but folks such as the e-zine Hispalibertas asked me to translate my post on "La Lista".

    "La Lista" in Hispalibertas

  • Now, not only the European Union report on the December 2005 elections in Venezuela addresses specifically the by product of the Tascon list, now become the Maisanta program with all Venezuelan electros and their "political activities", but folks such as the e-zine Hispalibertas asked me to translate my post on "La Lista".

    03/26/2006 - 04/02/2006

  • After all it does share the same electorate of Chavez as chavista electros were not the result of spontaneous generation: chavistas used to vote for AD or Copei in the past, contrary to a certain virginal image that these would like to project.

    07/03/2005 - 07/10/2005

  • Thus making it more difficult to target voters and what not, or even know exactly how many electros are in your district, something quite crucial in small scale elections like those this Sunday.

    The Electoral Post

  • After all it does share the same electorate of Chavez as chavista electros were not the result of spontaneous generation: chavistas used to vote for AD or Copei in the past, contrary to a certain virginal image that these would like to project.

    Venezuela in July 2005: a political portrait

  • Thus making it more difficult to target voters and what not, or even know exactly how many electros are in your district, something quite crucial in small scale elections like those this Sunday.

    07/31/2005 - 08/07/2005

  • There would be plenty of detectors, probably automatic; not only ordinary sub-ethereals, but electros and radars as well.

    First Lensman

  • Also all the silver spoons, the electros being turned out upon the heap as "non-negotiables."

    The Idler Magazine, Volume III, March 1893 An Illustrated Monthly

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