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polled

(pōld)
adj.
Having no horns; hornless.
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Talking to media persons, Deputy Election Commissioner Umesh Sinha along with other senior officials said that in Odisha, where six Lok Sabha seats went to polls in the fourth phase along with 42 Assembly constituencies, 68 per cent votes were polled till 6 pm.
Another booth for males contained total 1144 registered voters out of which 300 votes were polled, in the third booth for males total number of voters were 463, out of which 170 were polled.
At another polling station established at office of Public Health Engineering Divisional Officer Complex Railway road, 368 votes out of 992 were polled. A number of voters rushed to the polling stations while the access of the large number of voters to the polling stations was denied after the time limit fixed by the Election Commission of Pakistan.
In Ekiti East, PDP's Ogundana Sikiru Sunday was winner having polled 27,918 votes against candidate of the NDLP who polled 231 votes
"In fact, 20 percent of those we polled said today's businesses are demonstrating an even lower level of integrity than when those scandals broke.
In Weissberg's world of political polling, people express judgments about how much of other people's property should be used by still other people to pursue goals through methods the effectiveness of which the people being polled have no special ability to judge.
Lyndon Johnson polled more heavily than Kennedy did and learned, through polling, that allowing Vietnam to become an issue in 1964 could cost him re-election.
It was simply close, as in "too close to call." Yet Americans were polled, polled and re-polled.
What is common to those polled is not so much their attachment to nature as their shared everyday dream of the beautiful.
In identifying major issues for the profession and its future, the issue most frequently raised was building management support, named by 38 percent of the 138 communicators polled. Management support also ranked as the leading issue for internal communication: It was raised by 27 percent.