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balloting

[′bal·əd·iŋ]
(mechanics)
A tossing or bounding movement of a projectile, within the limits of the bore diameter, while moving through the bore under the influence of the propellant gases.
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However, he promised that journalists would be called for balloting the next time.
When Dawn spoke to constitutional experts about the recruitment process through balloting, they said it was contrary to basic fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution and that the interview process is mandatory in order to select the right person for a job.
The new date of balloting will be announced in the light of Supreme Court's decision.
Nomination and intimation of representative will be made to coordinate balloting activities with the IT directorate of the Authority at least two weeks prior to balloting date and that the balloting information will be published in newspapers and CDA website one week prior to balloting date.
Callers complained of confused poll workers who were unaware of provisional balloting procedures and of polling places running out of provisional ballots.
Electronic balloting will not take the place of traditional letter ballots, but will simply be an economic, convenient option for those members who might prefer to cast their ballots electronically.
For the first time, the federal government is a partner in election administration, not only setting specific requirements related to system standards, provisional balloting, voting equipment, disability access, statewide voter registration databases and voter identification, but also charged with providing states with funds necessary to implement the new requirements.
Notice is hereby given that the board of directors, at its March 3, 2003 meeting or as soon thereafter as the board elects to act, will deliberate on the following amendments to the TAPPI Bylaws to allow electronic balloting in annual Association elections, to be effective for the 2003-04 board election.
Each year, hundreds of TAPPI members dedicate countless hours to writing, editing, testing, revising, and finally balloting these methods to ensure that they maintain their reputation for accuracy and quality.