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  • n. Plural form of observer.


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  • There are plenty of observers from the left -- myself included -- who have no problem calling out President Obama on something when they disagree with him.

    Hopelessly Devoted

  • Contra Matt, the consensus among most UK political scientists and observers is that the Lords actually works quite well.

    Matthew Yglesias » David Miliband Doesn’t Know What Century It Is

  • The trick for all observers is to head outside in the diminutive hours of the morning in between 1 a.m. and dawn in any case where we live

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Sonny Ugoh, communications director of ECOWAS, told VOA poll observers from the regional bloc will monitor the twice-delayed vote.

    ECOWAS to Monitor Guinea Run-Off Election Sunday

  • These issues will be of historical interest only very soon (as ICTY closes and as EU accession talks near completion), but the pieces rather demonstrate how little even the best-informed observers from the region grasped what was really going on with the international community's strategy.

    Linkspam for 4-2-2010

  • The press corps — swollen now to include reporters and observers from the U.S.,


  • ABRAMSON: The trouble right now, according to many observers, is that students can't really tell which programs are world-class and which are rip-offs.

    For-Profit Colleges Hold Rally Against Loan Rules

  • The OSCE’s Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights ODIHR, which has 18 years of experience monitoring elections throughout the region, will send 40 long-term observers and has requested that 160 short-term observers monitor election-day proceedings and the counting process for the Duma election.

    Human Rights Watch: Q & A: Russian National Elections in 2011 and 2012

  • What makes this even more, um, interesting for observers is that rumor has it that Rahm wants his seat back in two years AND Illinois law says that you don't need to live in the district you will represent.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • The Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan (FEFA), an amalgamation of various civil society organizations, has long-term observers present in all 34 provincial capitals, as well as volunteer observers at the district level.

    Malou Innocent: Afghanistan's 2010 Parliamentary Elections: Bright Spot or Blood Spot?


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