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  • noun Plural form of mandator.

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Examples

  • If the mandators allowed, say, eight days for weather cancellations without make-up requirement, 96 percent of 180 days would remain.

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  • If the mandators allowed, say, eight days for weather cancellations without make-up requirement, 96 percent of 180 days would remain.

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  • Reduced to its most concise expression, the fundamental sociological law of political parties (the term "political" being here used in its most comprehensive significance) may be formulated in the following terms: "It is organization which gives birth to the dominion of the elected over the electors, of the mandataries over the mandators, of the delegates over the delegators.

    Political Parties; a Sociological Study of the Oligarchical Tendencies of Modern Democracy

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