referenda


referenda
re|fe|ren|da
re|fe|ren|da pl. af referendum

Dansk ordbog. 2015.

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  • referenda — s. f. Ato ou efeito de referendar …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • Referenda — Re|fe|rẹn|da: Pl. von ↑ Referendum. * * * Re|fe|rẹn|da: Pl. von ↑Referendum …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Referenda — Re|fe|ren|da: Plur. von ↑Referendum …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • referenda — ref·er·en·dum || ‚refÉ™ rendÉ™m n. poll of an entire population, referral of a vote to the entire electorate …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Referenda in Canada — National referenda are seldom used in Canada, and have tended to fail. The first two saw voters in Québec and the rest of Canada take dramatically opposing stands, the third saw most of the voters take a stand dramatically opposed to that of the… …   Wikipedia

  • New South Wales referenda, 1995 — See also *Referendum *New South Wales state election, 1995 *Government of New South Wales * References * [http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/state government elections/election results/nsw referendums/25 march 1995 New South Wales Electoral… …   Wikipedia

  • verba posteriora propter certitudinem addita, ad priora quae certitudine indigent, sunt referenda — /varba postiriyora proptar sartat(y)uwdanam aedata, ae prayora kwiy sartat(y)uwdaniy indajant, sant refar enda/ Subsequent words, added for the purpose of certainty, are to be referred to the preceding words which require the certainty …   Black's law dictionary

  • Verba posteriora propter certitudinem addita, ad priora quae certitudine indigent, sunt referenda — Subsequent words which are added for the sake of certainty ought to be referred to prior ones lacking in certainty. See Broom s Legal Maxims 586 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 1979 referendum — Referenda held in 1979 were:*Scottish devolution referendum, 1979 *Welsh devolution referendum, 1979 *Iranian Islamic Republic referendum, March 1979 *Irish constitutional referendum, 1979 …   Wikipedia

  • election — /i lek sheuhn/, n. 1. the selection of a person or persons for office by vote. 2. a public vote upon a proposition submitted. 3. the act of electing. 4. Theol. the choice by God of individuals, as for a particular work or for favor or salvation.… …   Universalium


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