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  • verb Alternative form of enfranchise.


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  • And HILLARY wants to enfranchize the MI and FL voters and seat their delegates.??

    Clinton: No cause for alarm

  • The DNC will be vilified no matter what, but they stand on much firmer ground of maintaining the Party and not causing further splintering (caused by the Clintons), if they are consistent in past practice (however inelegant) and find a way to penalize the state parties, seat the delegates, and not over-enfranchize Hillary, because she's screamed the loudest.

    Roberts: White House says 'not the Scott McClellan we knew'

  • Nevertheless, I'd like to put forth at least one American's opinion: "Populist anger": The term used by wealthy Wall Street executives, elitist elected politicians, and their media puppets to dis-enfranchize and throw-under-the-bus the justifiable demands of the MAJORITY of American workers.

    Protest the G20 protesters here

  • They were about to pursue their Discourse, when they perceiv'd Scipio and Cordiala coming at the other End of the Walk; wherefore they retir'd, Valerius telling her, that he would endeavour to enfranchize his Discourse, by gaining the Suffrage of her Father.



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