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  • There was hardly a political leader of any note who had not some plan for its abolition. Cited from Narrative of the Life of J.D. Green, by Jacob D. Green
  • By the time of its abolition, it was a very safe non-Labor seat.
  • However, no change was made in the name of the constituency prior to its abolition.
  • By this time all the northern part of the country favored its abolition. Cited from George Washington, by William Roscoe Thayer
  • At the time of its abolition it had fifty-four members, including its own Speaker.
  • These lines still exist and defined the southern and the eastern boundaries of the town before its abolition.
  • He found the death penalty necessary, and was against its abolition.
  • The apprenticeship system was but short-lived, its evil-working leading to its abolition in its fourth year. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 8, No. 50, December, 1861, by Various
  • Many international human rights organizations, as well as women's rights groups in many countries, have called for its abolition.
  • Many international human rights organisations as well as women's rights groups in many countries have called for its abolition.
  • However, the courts impact was limited by the few cases it had the opportunity to hear before its abolition.
  • Its steps for its abolition were taken in every moral, legal, religious, and political departments. Cited from A Critical Exposition of the Popular 'Jihad', by Moulavi Gery"gh Ali
  • Therefore, in the five elections to the Senate to occur before its abolition, three different systems were used.
  • No champion had been crowned in this division prior to its abolition.
  • He held the seat until its abolition in 1984, at which time he retired.
  • Subsequent to its abolition, radio stations could then be either be solely conservative or liberal stations.
  • Labour then held the seat until its abolition.
  • The Third Corps was re-constituted four more times following its abolition.
  • And yet its abolition was no easy thing. Cited from Beacon Lights of History, Volume V, by John Lord
  • He held the seat until its abolition at the 1918 general election.
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