- (Australia) The w:Australian Labor Party, Australian Labor Party.
- A political organization representing labour.
- Any of a number of political parties of various nationalities, often opposed to conservative parties.
- A natural disaster that involves the breakup and downhill flow of rock, mud, water and anything caught in the path.
- A vote won by a wide or overwhelming majority.
- The candidate won by a .
- Of an election or vote, won by a large majority.
- one who makes laws; a legislator
Ex. <i>The Red-headed <b>league</b> in <u>Sherlock Holmes</u></i>
- A group or organization
Ex. the National Football League, the American (baseball) League
- An organization of sports teams that play against each other for a championship
M. Le Page Du Pratz, <i>History of Louisisana</i> (PG), p. 47
- (<i>measurement</i>) The distance that a person can walk in one hour. Commonly taken to be three English miles (about five kilometres).
: <i>Seven <b>leagues</b> above the mouth of the river we meet with two other passes, as large as the middle one by which we entered;</i>
- The predecessor of the United Nations.
The political is not holding enough power.
- The left side.
- (politics) The ensemble of left-wing political party, parties. Political liberals as a group.
- (boxing) A punch delivered with the left fist.
- (past of, leave)
adjective (more left, leftmost)
- (Ireland) (colloquial) permitted, allowed to proceed.
- We were not go to the beach after school except on a weekend.
- The west side of the body when one is facing north.
- (politics) Pertaining to the political left; liberal.
- On or towards the left side.
- A person who holds views associated with the political left.
- (politics) the more left-wing faction of a group or party
- (sport) the left-hand side of a sports field
- (icehockey) the offensive player who plays to the center's left
- The post or office of a legate; a legateship.
- A diplomatic mission.
- The official residence of a diplomat.
- To pass laws (including the amending or repeal of existing laws).
- ''If they can't get people to do the right thing by talking then they will try to it, then they can try to enforce the statutes.
- The act of legislating; preparation and enactment of laws; the laws enacted.
- Law which has been enacted by legislature or other governing body
Although enormously influential in shaping the laws of the land, The House of Lords are not actually a body
- Making, or having the power to make, a law or laws; lawmaking; -- distinguished from executive; as, a legislative act; a legislative body.
The framework provides much opportuinity for correction and ammendment of poorly thought out bills.
- (rfd-redundant) Of or pertaining to the making of laws; suitable to legislation; as, the transaction of legislative business; the legislative style.
- Someone who creates or enacts laws, especially a member of a legislative body.
- A governmental body with the power to make, amend and repeal laws.
- (Canada) A member or support of the Liberal Party
- A Liberal Democrat.
- The quality of being liberal.
- A political movement founded on the autonomy and personal freedom of the individual, progress and reform, and government by law with the consent of the governed.
- An economic theory in favour of laissez faire and the free market.
- A centre-right political party in Israel.
- A shade of the color white.
- Pure, unblemished, immaculate.
Not a pimple nor freckle marred her skin
- Innocent, having a reputation beyond reproach.
- (slang) Restricted to Caucasians.
- (past participle of, limit)
- with certain (oft. specified) limits placed upon it
noun (wikipedia, Linkage (mechanical))
(wikipedia, Genetic linkage)
(wikipedia, Linkage (linguistics))
A in my car's transmission is broken so I can't shift out of first gear.
- A mechanical device that connects things.
- A connection or relation between things or ideas.
- (genetics) The property of genes of being inherited together.
- (linguistics) A set of definitely related words for which no proto-language can be derived.
- A facility established to monitor radio and microwave signals and analyse their content to secure information and intelligence for use by the security and diplomatic community and others.
noun (lobb, ies)
- An entryway or waiting area; vestibule.
verb (lobb, i, ed)
I had to wait in the for hours before seeing the doctor.
- The class or group of people who try to lobby or influence public officials; collectively, lobbyists.
- The influence of the tobacco has decreased considerably in the US.
- (context, intransitive, transitive) To attempt to influence (a public official or decision-maker) in favor of a specific opinion or cause.
For years, pro-life groups have continued to hard for restrictions on abortion.
The corporations don't have to the government anymore. They are the government. -- wikiquote:Jim Hightower, Jim Hightower
- A person who attempts to persuade (to lobby) politicians to vote in a certain way.
- any form of government whose remit covers an area less than that of the nation
- The rolling of logs.
- A concerted effort to push forward mutually advantageous legislative agendas.
- (Christianity) Jesus
- An aristocratic title used as a form of address for a marquis, earl, or viscount; the usual style for a baron; a courtesy title for a younger son of a duke or marquis; a title for certain high officials and dignitaries such as Lord Mayor; a title for a bishop
- Of or referring to social outcasts.
- Of or relating to the lumpenproletariat.
- An archaic name for Portugal
- An Allied passenger ship sunk by a German U-Boat during World War I
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