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politics,

n 1. the art and science of governance, particularly in a democracy or collegial body.
2. the interpersonal relationships noted within group interactions such as can occur in a dental office or clinic.
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Unfortunately, many of those disgraced politicians paid lip service to the virtues of liberalism and the free market.
However, I have learned a great deal about the political process and about my neighbors, and I have been astonished about how much attention senior politicians (even U.
As he sees it, the victory of politicians over the press is not only clear, but also deeply alarming.
There are also well-documented ties between ultra-rightists, yakuza figures and Japan's leading politicians.
The Internet is an important source of information in the Swedish parliament election this year according to politicians.
Echoing the eight beatitudes preached by Christ in his Sermon on the Mount, Thuan said politicians need a similar set of rules that leave room for the faith in their profession:
It is vital that the politicians that represent us, debate and discuss how we can all work together to make Britain a better place.
The group's apparent goal is to identify the least desirable politicians planning to run in the next House of Representatives election, which is expected June 25.
Researchers at Telenor, the major Norwegian telecommunications company, realized that information technology had the potential to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of local government politicians, which might also increase decision quality, and in turn encourage more politicians to seek re-election.
Emancipation meant that power relations between prisoners on the one hand and guards, administrators, judges and politicians on the other shifted in favor of the former.
Does this kind of political handicapping help, the public" Yes, if people literally are betting on election or legislative results, no, if people want any informative analyses of politicians, platforms, positions, or political track records to assist them in choosing for whom to vote.
Jack Kennedy, secretary of the Building Trades Council stated, "While half of our membership remain unemployed still too many politicians are indifferent to the agony of the Long Island economy.