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elect

1. voted into office but not yet installed
2. Christianity
a. selected or predestined by God to receive salvation; chosen
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the elect
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These restrictions include prohibiting free gifts to elected officials, tightening controls on campaign contributions and imposing tough reforms on contract bidders.
1999: Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project former executive director Christine Quinn, who was Duane's chief of staff for five years when he was on the city council, is elected to succeed Duane on the council.
Presidential-parliamentary democracy: A government headed by an elected President as well as a Prime Minister who is usually appointed.
ABB announced that Group Executive Dinesh Paliwal has been elected to the board of directors of the U.
Many of the newly elected officers will be traveling to San Francisco on November 7 to attend the 2003 National Association of REALTORS Conference & Expo.
Thus, as public opinion is consistently explored and the elected officials are inclined scrupulously to follow it, American democracy increasingly becomes direct democracy--if not de iure, then de facto.
Swatts, CDA, EFDA, Indianapolis, IN, elected to a term expiring 2005.
Jackson joined the DAV in 1985 and is a life member of Colorado DAV Chapter 7 where he has held all elected officer positions.
A section 125 cafeteria plan overrides the constructive receipt doctrine--only the cash actually elected is included in the employee's income.
Elected to the Senate in 1988 after 16 years in the House, he won the No.