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For the first-ever election for the European Parliament in 1979, the PFN had become part of an attempt to build a " Euro-Right " alliance of European far-right parties, and was in the end the only one of the two that contested the election.
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For his role in the film, Diamond became the first-ever winner of a Worst Actor Razzie Award, even though he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for the same role.
For the 2008 Democratic Primaries, Democrats Abroad enabled millions of U. S. citizens living overseas to have the chance to vote in the first-ever online global primary to choose the Democratic nominee for President.
In 2008, Universal Music & Hip O Records released Movin ' On Up-the first-ever video compilation of The Impressions, featuring brand new interviews with original Impressions members Sam Gooden and Fred Cash, along with taped interviews with the late Curtis Mayfield and video performances of the group's greatest hits and several of Mayfield's solo hits. The group's first million-selling hit song " For Your Precious Love ", featuring original lead singer Jerry Butler on lead, is ranked # 327 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time ), and their hit People Get Ready is ranked # 24 on that same list. Also, The Impressions ' album / CD The Anthology 1961 – 1977 is ranked at # 179 on Rolling Stone Magazine's list of the The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
For 2004, the Express-News earned its first-ever Newspaper of the Year honors from the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors.
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For Capone, the election victory was also marred by the death of his younger brother Frank at the hands of the police.
For instance, in 1962, Bob Jones, Sr. warned the Greenville City Council that he had “ four hundred votes in his pocket and in any election he would have control over who would be elected .”
For example, in the 2008 United States presidential election, a politician and actor named Fred Thompson ran for the Republican Party nomination.
In the 2004 European Parliament election the EFA was reduced to four MEPs two of the SNP ( Ian Hudghton and Alyn Smith ), one of PC ( Jill Evans ) and one of the Republican Left of Catalonia ( ERC ; Bernat Joan i Mari, replaced at the mid-term by MEP Mikel Irujo of Basque EA ) plus two affiliate members ( Tatjana Ždanoka of For Human Rights in United Latvia ( PCTVL ) and László Tőkés, independent MEP and former member of the Democratic Alliance of Hungarians in Romania ( UMDR ).
For the 2009 Conseil d ' État election, there were 83, 103 registered voters of which 38, 325 ( 46. 1 %) voted.
For four years he worked hard, with help from his supporters in Congress, to defeat Adams in the presidential election of 1828.
For example, the June 2004 election campaign of the Liberal Party of Canada was compared with " the Keystone Kops running around " by one of its parliamentary members, Carolyn Parrish.
For the first time, however, opposition political parties won significant numbers of seats, and despite some irregularities and threats of violence from Major General Lekhanya, Lesotho experienced its first peaceful election.
( For instance, in some elected monarchies only those of certain pedigrees are considered eligible, whereas many hereditary monarchies have legal requirements regarding the religion, age, gender, mental capacity, and other factors that act both as de facto elections and to create situations of rival claimants whose legitimacy is subject to effective election.
Kinnock himself later claimed to have half-expected his defeat in the 1992 election and proceeded to turn himself into a media personality, even hosting a chat show on BBC Wales and twice appearing – with considerable success – on the topical panel show Have I Got News For You within a year of the defeat.
For the second count, if a candidate wins election her / his surplus vote ( in excess of the quota ) is transferred to the voters ' second choices ; otherwise, the least popular candidate is eliminated and those votes are redistributed according to the second preference shown on them.
For example, before the 2007 federal election, which Labor won, he criticised the then opposition industrial relations spokesperson Julia Gillard, saying she lacked an understanding of principles such as enterprise-bargaining set under his government in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
For example William Lyon Mackenzie King, after losing his seat in the same general election that his party won, briefly " governed from the hallway " before winning a by-election a few weeks later.
For the children being not yet born, neither having done any good or evil, that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of him that calleth ; It was said unto her, The elder shall serve the younger.
For example, if we randomly sample 100 people and ask them which candidate they intend to vote for in an election, our main interest is in the voting behavior of all eligible voters, not exclusively on the 100 observed units.
For example, the movement to amend the Constitution to provide for the direct election of U. S. Senators began to see such proposals regularly pass the House of Representatives only to die in the Senate from the early 1890s onward.
For example, in Caperton v. A. T. Massey Coal Co. ( 2009 ), the Court ruled that a justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia had to recuse himself from a case involving a major contributor to his campaign for election to that court.
For example, John Major was the ostensibly " Thatcherite " candidate during the 1990 leadership election, but he consistently promoted One-Nation Conservatives to the higher reaches of his cabinet during his time as Prime Minister.
For example, at the start of the 2000 election cycle Dick Cheney was a resident of Texas ; Cheney quickly changed his residency back to Wyoming, where he had previously served as a U. S. Representative, when Texas governor and Republican presidential nominee George W. Bush asked Cheney to be his vice presidential candidate.
For example, voters for a very left-wing candidate might select a moderately left-wing candidate as their second choice, thus minimizing the chances that their vote will result in the election of a right-wing candidate.
For the first time, the Green Party of Austria became the third largest party in a nation-wide election, overtaking the FPÖ by a narrow margin of only a few hundred votes.
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For although I had crossed a corner of the hall on my way to the toilet I still could not tell for sure how far to the rear the darkness extended.
For a blood-chilling ring of terror to the very sound of his name was the tool he needed for the job he'd promised to do.
For better or for worse, we all now live in welfare states, the organizing principle of which is collective responsibility for individual well-being.
For ten minutes they ran beneath the squall, raising their arms and, for the first time, shouting and capering.
Later Helion wrote of this phase: `` For years I built for myself a subtle instrument of relationships -- colors and forms without a name.
For a freshman Congressman to read political Lessons to graybeard Democrats was poor policy for one who needed to make friends.
For some time, despondency in some Northern quarters had been displayed in two ways -- an eagerness for peace and a dissatisfaction with Lincoln.
For them only a little more needed to be learned, and then all physical knowledge could be neatly sorted, packaged and put in the inventory to be drawn on for the solution of any human problem.
For a time, urging Breasted to give up his public relations work and take up writing instead, he hoped to persuade him to become his assistant in research for the labor novel ; ;
For a time it appeared that a common European army might be created, but the project for a European Defense Community was rejected by the French National Assembly in 1954.
In his recent book, Hurray For Anything ( 1957 ), one of the most important short poems -- and it is the title poem for one of the long jazz arrangements -- is written for recital with jazz.
For some time the Communists honored the distinction between the Soviet zone of Germany and the Soviet sector of Berlin by promulgating separately the laws for the two areas.
For it was the millions of buffalo and prairie chicken and the endless seas of grass that symbolized for a whole generation of Americans the abundant supply that was to take many of them westward when the Ohio and Mississippi valleys began to fill.
For the most part, however, the new version is contemporary and, as such, should be the means for many to attain a clearer comprehension of the meaning of those words recorded so many hundreds of years ago by the first followers of Christ.
For those who `` like poetry but never get around to reading it '', the Library of Congress makes it possible for poets to be heard reading their own work.
For it is the family that, in China, has always provided social security for the indigent, the sick, the down-and-out members of the clan.
For years he wore hand-me-down suits and homemade paper collars, was even driven to scrounging for cigarette butts in Vienna's gutters.
For an instant John longed for the sound of the bells of Noyon-la-Sainte, the touch of his mother's hand, the lilt of Charles's voice in the square raftered rooms, his father's bass tones rumbling to the canons, and the sight of the beloved bishop.
For further information, contact the Bank for Cooperatives serving the region, or the Farm Credit Administration, Research and Information Division, Washington 25, D.C..
For the dignity, the influence, and the power of the legislative branch of our Government -- it is a privilege for us to do honor to this great man who represents not alone his own district but all the people of our country.
For what Sam Rayburn's life in this House teaches us is that loyalty and character are not divisive and there is no such thing as being for your country and neglecting your district.