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  • noun Plural form of referendum.

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Examples

  • He has just stood by as 3 countries have voted no in referendums on EU questions.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • He has just stood by as 3 countries have voted no in referendums on EU questions.

    Bored with Barroso

  • On Jan. 9, just 84 days from now, the people of southern Sudan and of the disputed region of Abyei -- which straddles northern and southern Sudan -- will vote in referendums on self-determination.

    George Clooney and John Prendergast: We can prevent the next Darfur

  • If you don't win referendums then just go to court and get judges to rule.

    Confining Beliefs to Defined Domains

  • For some, the referendums will be a way for voters to express their disappointment at Berlusconi, whose government is stinging from heavy losses in local elections last month.

    Italians Begin Voting in Nuclear Referendum

  • For some, the referendums will be a way for voters to express their disappointment at Berlusconi, whose government is stinging from heavy losses in local elections last month.

    Italians Begin Voting in Nuclear Referendum

  • For some, the referendums will be a way for voters to express their disappointment at Berlusconi, whose government is stinging from heavy losses in local elections last month.

    Italians Begin Voting in Nuclear Referendum

  • For some, the referendums will be a way for voters to express their disappointment at Berlusconi, whose government is stinging from heavy losses in local elections last month.

    Italians Begin Voting in Nuclear Referendum

  • The Chinese State Council's Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office condemned the "so-called referendums" as a direct challenge to Chinese authority over the former British colony, which is a special administrative region of China and subject to its own laws.

    Pro-democracy candidates win Hong Kong special election

  • But this contest was not unique: In legislative races around the state that were termed referendums on school policies, incumbents kept their seats regardless of the education policies at issue or the candidates 'affiliations with teachers unions or the groups that tend to be at odds with the unions.

    School's Out in Primaries

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