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use "delegate" in a sentence

A delegate to the Second Continental Congress Laurens succeeded John Hancock as President of the Second Continental Congress.

On 11 July delegate George Read secured the adoption of a ninth company that his wife's nephew had organized in Lancaster County.

All delegate applications must be
the House Beautiful one can see forward to the delectable Mountains.

The shepherds of the delectable Mountains warn pilgrims about this.

Cuisine Zamboanga cuisine is like its exotic Chavacano : basically Spanish with an admixture of local tongues, thus endowing it with a delectable gastronomical flavor that provides a rich cultural experience as well.

Raising himself to the level of the table, he reached out towards one of the delectable objects, his parched and cracked lips opening to accept the miracle, the wondrous aroma of the cookie bringing him back to life.

There is something to tantalize every palate: fresh, succulent seafood, American and Continental fare, exotic Asian and unusual Bahamian Cuisine, traditional Italian dishes and delectable desserts.

This is only a stones throw away from delectable Collectables' base.

Then once again he arranged his two delectable guests.

In the dining room a delectable table d`hote is prepared from local fish, produce and herbs from the garden together with a comprehensive wine list to add something special to your meal.

New fun included dinky Toys, monopoly and a stream of delectable confectionery (Mars bars, KitKat, Black Magic).

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