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polled

(pōld)
adj.
Having no horns; hornless.

polled

an individual animal of a normally horned breed, or a breed of a normally horned species, that does not grow horns. Selection for polledness amongst horned breeds has produced some remarkable breeds, e.g. polled Dorset, polled Hereford.
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At polling station No 38 for women, 52 votes were polled out of 761 registered votes till 1500 hours.
More than a third of executives polled ranked trust (35 percent) and compatibility (34 percent) as crucial factors for creating mutually beneficial partnerships.
Ronald Reagan polled obsessively throughout his presidency.
Gallup, like other organizations, did increase the number of people polled daily, from 400 to 1,150, close to the election.
Some 20 percent of those polled cited these as major issues for the profession and its future.
Within a changing pension environment, 61% of US executives polled revealed that the new funding legislation will either drive the organization's long-term strategy or decisions on long-term strategy are in part a response to the new legislation.
Hundreds of thousands, probably millions, of voters were telephoned and push polled during the 1994 elections.
While many polled expressed concern regarding the organizational risk associated with alternative investments, few have shifted staff resources in response.
Irshad Ali, Presiding Officer, Polling Station Village Dheri Mian Ishaq where polling for NA-5 and PK-13 is underway with full swing, told in the first two hours of the start of the polling, 200 votes were polled, terming it a satisfactory turn out.