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Lidia (or the Comoedia Lydiae) is a medieval Latin elegiac comedy from the late twelfth century.

Also apparent is an elegiac political dimension concerning the dispossession of the former catholic aristocracy of Ireland, whose ruined castles stand as mute witness to this history.

municipal, provincial and federal politicians frequently visit to mingle with their electorate - something which has evolved into a political tradition.

He won the 2000 election with 60% of the votes cast, 33% of the total electorate, and 44% abstention.

However, the Progressives only won 1.4% of the vote and would have been shut out of Parliament had Anderton not won his electorate.

Seat assignment The electorate in the Netherlands during the last elections in 2006 was 12,264,503, of whom 80% voted, resulting in 9,854,998 votes (of which 16,315 invalid votes).

In West Pakistan, there was strong opposition to the joint electorate by the Muslim League and the religious parties.

After the Irish electorate voted in a majority of pro-Treaty candidates to the Dáil, Éamon de Valera declared that "the people have no right to do wrong." The TNA has said that the elections are being held too early, with so many of the electorate displaced.

government Under Pennsylvania law, Whitpain Township is a Township of the Second Class. It is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors elected at-large by the electorate.

The party gained only 4% of the vote, and would not have received any seats in Parliament had Peters not held onto his electorate seat of Tauranga.

Summary of results The first round saw a very high turnout of 83.8% - 36.7 million of the 44.5 million electorate voted from a population of 64.1 million (not including French people living abroad).

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