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  • noun Plural form of majorite.


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  • Obama could pick 6 supreme court justices and has a filibuster proof senate and huge majorites in the house.

    Democrats slam GOP as party of 'fear' in health care debate 2009

  • Regardless of if they won huge majorites this past election.

    Reid spox: 'Patience is not unlimited' 2009

  • I think he could easily not make that threshold in the vast majorites of CD's in the country.

    Edwards' Big Potential: Delegate Strength 2009

  • The Great Depression led to HUGE Democratic majorites, not enhanced Presidential power and bipartisan lawmaking.

    Matthew Yglesias » It’s The Constitution, Stupid 2007

  • But there was never any Democratic rout, no large majorites for the Republicans in Congress like the Democrats got in 1974.

    Hating the President. Ann Althouse 2005

  • Since 2006 and 2008 when I worked tirelessly with the union to win huge democratic majorites at the state and national level, I have seen every labor law disregarded or repealed, every pension and medical benefit people worked for their entire lives eliminated, and in every single case it was a god da**ed democrat who proposed the legislation and SIGNED IT.

    Elections - fresh news by 2010

  • Why do Lib Dems, who have for so long rightly argued for the need for a government to secure more than 50 per cent support from the electorate, now seem so obsessed with pluralities and not majorites, ie with who is 1st, 2nd or 3rd rather than with who can command majority support?

    New Statesman Mehdi Hasan 2010

  • It's the best it's ever going to get for him with huge majorites in Congres, and yet he's failed at everything he's attempted.

    First Read 2010

  • Yes, all of the six years there was a GOP Congress, but there is a Democratic Congress for Obama. and LBJ impossed THEIR wills on Democrat majorites as newly elected presidents.

    RAGGED THOTS Robert A. George 2009


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