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Both and referendums
Both were rejected in referendums.

Both and meet
Both were under the meet mark of 1.10.8 set in 1950 by Mal Whitfield.
Both consuls, Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus and Gaius Sosius, and a third of the Senate abandoned Rome to meet Antony and Cleopatra in Greece.
Recent examples include Vice President Dick Cheney's whirlwind two-hour visit to collect $ 300, 000 in 2006 and Senator Barack Obama's somewhat longer three-hour trip in November, 2007 to collect $ 200, 000 Both refused to meet with the news media, press the flesh or meet with local politicians, inconceivable in Iowa or New Hampshire.
Both men were organizing underground Communist cells in cooperation with Grigori Voitinsky, a Comintern agent, but Zhou apparently did not meet Voitinsky at this point.
Both Serrão and Magellan, however, perished before they could meet one another.
Both men meet then in Paris in December 1942 and adapt Gagnan's regulator to a diving cylinder.
Both tracks meet at Rawson Pass for the final climb to the Kosciuszko summit.
Both the elite boarding schools, most of them founded during his presidency, and the public high schools shaped their curricula to meet Harvard's demanding standards.
Both rivers are quite close to each other at their sources, but spread to different routes until they meet again in Hagen.
Both become more pronounced until they eventually meet, leaving a horseshoe-shaped ring of hair around the back of the head.
Both buildings have recently been restored with reordered interiors to meet modern liturgical preferences.
Both rivers run to the northwest, but do not meet within the district's borders.
Both chambers of the legislature meet between January and the third Monday in May each year, not to exceed 120 days per biennium.
Both men left Italy for the U. S. in 1908, although they did not meet until a 1917 strike.
Both local shipping and long-distance trade are required to meet the resource demands important in maintaining urban areas.
Both Serrão and Magellan, however, perished before they could meet one another.
Both rivers which meet at Tewkesbury were overwhelmed by the volume of rain that fell in the surrounding areas, up to over a 5 day period, which started on Friday 20 July.
Both agreed on the need for Pakistan to develop a nuclear deterrent to meet India's nuclear capacity.
" Both conventions sent delegates ; the Secessionists to Richmond, VA, the Submissionists to Baltimore, Maryland, where the regular Democratic convention had adjourned at Charleston to meet at Baltimore.
Both packs meet there and hunt nearby.
Both houses of the General Assembly meet at the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus.
Both the 350 and 455 Rocket V8s were carried over unchanged from 1973 aside from revisions required to meet 1974 emission regulations.
Both were required to meet at least once per year, though the duration of their sessions and the length of their recess were the emperor's prerogative.
Both must meet the qualifications required of judges.

Both and quorum
Both his son, George F. Richards, and grandson LeGrand Richards were members of the quorum, with his son also serving as president of the quorum from 1945 to 1950.
Both factions claimed authority, but the Republicans were too few in number to muster a quorum.

Both and law
Both Clintons received law degrees from Yale Law School, where they met and began dating.
Both Shang Yang and Han Fei promoted the absolute adherence to the rule of law, regardless of the circumstances or the person.
Both are subject to the law of domicile at marriage.
Both held that that law is the command of the sovereign backed by the threat of punishment.
Both theories are governed by the second law of thermodynamics through the medium of entropy.
Both English law, which applies in England and Wales, and Northern Ireland law are based on common-law principles.
# Both obey an inverse-square law ( both are inversely proportional to square of r ).
Both civil and criminal cases are filed in the district court, which is a court of law, equity, and admiralty.
Both languages co-existed with French, the official language of law and commerce, and continued to be spoken frequently in rural areas into the 20th century.
Both the rearrangement property and the cancellation law are still satisfied and can be utilized.
Both characters operate mostly by night, and the Green Hornet in particular operates outside the law, insinuating himself into criminal plots in order to put an end to the activities of master criminals.
Both Time and Life magazines did stories on Nanty Glo as their prime exhibit for their coverage of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's taking control of the nation's coal mines after mine workers defied a Congressional law by going on strike at the height of World War Two.
Both Amdahl's law and Gustafson's law assume that the running time of the sequential portion of the program is independent of the number of processors.
Both her father and grandfather had practised law in the Norfolk area, and her sister Audrey was married to Thomas Gawdy, a lawyer and Justice of the Court of King's Bench with links to the Earl of Arundel, something that later served Edward well.
Both versions of the law state that – with virtual certainty – the sample average
Both Nicholas and Marie felt that royalty should marry royalty, and according to Russian house law any royal that married outside of royalty was removed from the line of succession.
Both would refer to the heritage of Roman law by their titular link with the very city Rome: the Pope, Bishop of Rome, versus the Holy Roman Emperor ( even though his seat of power was north of the Alps ).
Both methods yield thrust due to Newton's third law — every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
Both also derived from natural law the paramountcy of their claims over the State and positive law.
Both Georgian and Abkhaz law enshrines an official status of the Abkhaz language in Abkhazia.
Both Raoult's law and Henry's law can be derived in a simple manner using chemical potentils.

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