transferable

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  • Local elections are held every four years using the single transferable vote system.
  • The four elected members were elected by single transferable vote for two year terms.
  • They can also easily be used among groups as they are transferable.
  • Later he moved from town to town as his father was in a transferable job.
  • Because his father had a transferable job, their family kept moving frequently.
  • Students receive transferable credit while they live and study abroad in these different programs.
  • Elections for the council were held every five years and were by single transferable vote.
  • Elections were held every five years and were by single transferable vote.
  • Elections are held every five years and are by single transferable vote.
  • Three non-transferable months are for the father, and there are three months that both parents can share.
  • However, many of these characteristic may be transferable to other types of writing systems.
  • But to do so they needed to make sure that their money was easily transferable back to London.
  • They were part of a complex administrative system and were in transferable service.
  • Seven members of each district health board are directly elected by residents of their area using the single transferable vote system.
  • Councils may use a first past the post or single transferable vote system.
  • The peculiar feature of the single transferable vote now came into play. Cited from Proportional Representation, by John H. Humphreys
  • The elected members of the council are elected under the single transferable vote system by the members of the institute.
  • The elected members of the council are elected under the single non-transferable vote system by the members of the institute.
  • The councilors and school committee members are elected every two years using the single transferable vote system.
  • This was also the first election conducted with single transferable vote.
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