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If the candidate is a child, the godparents are to answer the questions.
If any candidate in the first round gains a majority of votes, then there is no second round.
If the candidate was to leave the party, through either resignation, retirement or defeat at election, the candidate's supporters would often depart.
Second round: If no candidate has won the required number of votes in the first round, the voting will be repeated in 14 days ( 1 of November, 1998 ).
If more than one candidate cannot get enough votes after the transfer of votes of the least popular candidate, that candidate is also eliminated ( as they would be eliminated on the next round anyway.
If the constituency is in a jurisdiction using list PR in its multimember districts ( MMDs ) the winning candidate needs a relative majority of the votes to win, so that the election in the SMD is by first-past-the-post.
If not, it is in their self-interest to fund a different candidate or political organization.
If the two houses choose different individuals, then a joint committee of both houses is appointed to agree on a common candidate.
If the candidate receives less than 5 % of the vote, the government funds € 800, 000 to the party (€ 150, 000 paid in advance ) Advertising on TV is forbidden but official time is given to candidates on public TV.
If voters are explicitly allowed to abstain from rating certain candidates, as opposed to implicitly giving the lowest number of points to unrated candidates, then a candidate's score would be the average rating from voters who did rate this candidate.
If no candidate has an absolute majority of votes ( i. e. more than half ) in the first round, then the two candidates with the most votes proceed to a second round, from which all others are excluded.
If no candidate receives an absolute majority in the first round then the candidate ( s ) with the fewest number of votes is eliminated and excluded from further ballots.
If no single candidate has an absolute majority of votes then only the two highest polling candidates progress to the second count all other candidates are excluded and their votes redistributed according to the recorded preferences for continuing candidates.
If so many voters give their first preferences to the " weak " candidate that it ends up winning the first round, it is highly likely they will gain enough campaign momentum to have a strong chance of winning the runoff, too, and with it, the election.
If a root candidate does not satisfy the equation, it can be used to shorten the list of remaining candidates.
If there is no suitable candidate, then the governor general can dissolve the assembly and trigger a general election.
If at least two-thirds of the National Assembly cannot agree to vote for one presidential candidate, a People's Assembly is formed from all National Assembly delegates and regional and municipal representatives who were elected by popular vote in the most recent national election.
If any candidate should declare himself pope without receiving the required majority, he and his supporters were to be excommunicated.
If no vice presidential candidate receives an Electoral College majority, then the Senate selects the Vice President, in accordance with the United States Constitution.
If the winner of the seat is determined purely by the candidate with the most votes, as occurs in the plurality vote and the alternative vote, the plurality system has several characteristics that can serve to discourage the development of third parties and reward the two major parties.
If ranked ballots are not used, the spoiler candidate takes votes away from the viable similar candidate ( an effect called vote splitting ).

If and relies
* Difficulty in storing wealth: If a society relies exclusively on perishable goods, storing wealth for the future may be impractical.
If the clergy relies on papal pronouncements, it must be subjected to obedience to the king.
The Lucas test relies on the fact that the multiplicative order of a number a modulo n is n − 1 for a prime n when a is a primitive root modulo n. If we can show a is primitive for n, we can show n is prime.
If a second language learner relies solely on word associations to learn new vocabulary, that person will have a very difficult time mastering false cognates.
If a community relies on the resources that are in the surrounding area, then they need to be used sustainable to insure the indefinite supply of the resources.
If the tenant relies on this statement in choosing to remain in the premises, the landlord could be estopped from collecting the full rent.
If an organization manager relies on a reasoned written opinion of an appropriate professional, his or her participation will ordinarily not be considered knowing.
If MRI or bone scans are necessary, a positive diagnosis relies upon patchy areas of vascularity to the capital femoral epiphysis ( the developing femoral head ).
If distinguished from hypermodernity, supermodernity is a step beyond the ontological emptiness of postmodernism and relies upon a view of plausible truths.
If at least the CPU, BIOS, and the I / O interface the POST card relies on are working, the system sends two-hexadecimal-digit codes to a specified I / O port ( usually 80 hex ) during startup, some indicating a stage in the startup procedure, others identifying errors.
If not supplied, the implant surgeon makes his own or relies upon advanced computer-assisted tomography or a cone beam CT scan to achieve the proper treatment plan.
If the distribution center relies on a conveyor system suspended from the ceiling, consideration needs to be given to the weight-bearing capacity of the ceiling joists.
If a task is unitary ( i. e., cannot be broken into subtasks for individual members ), requires output maximization to be successful ( i. e., a high rate of production quantity ), and requires interdependence among members to yield a group product, the potential performance of a group relies on members ’ abilities to coordinate with one another.

If and on
He said: `` If it's all right with you, Mr. Morgan, I'll sleep out here on the couch.
If she sensed any unusual preoccupation on the part of her mother, she did not comment upon it.
If he spun out now, he would join his opponent on the ground.
If it were not for an old professor who made me read the classics I would have been stymied on what to do, and now I understand why they are classics ; ;
`` If you want to see something, he's back on the other side by the trunk of the car ''.
If the man on the sidewalk is surprised at this question, it has served as an exclamation.
If `` Jack the Courtier '' is really to be taken as Swift, the following remark is obviously Steele's comment on Swift's change of parties and its effect on their friendship: `` I assure you, dear Jack, when I first found out such an Allay in you, as makes you of so malleable a Constitution, that you may be worked into any Form an Artificer pleases, I foresaw I should not enjoy your Favour much longer ''.
If his circumspection in regard to Philip's sensibilities went so far that he even refused to grant a dispensation for the marriage of Amadee's daughter, Agnes, to the son of the dauphin of Vienne -- a truly peacemaking move according to thirteenth-century ideas, for Savoy and Dauphine were as usual fighting on opposite sides -- for fear that he might seem to be favoring the anti-French coalition, he would certainly never take the far more drastic step of ordering the return of Gascony to Edward, even though, as he admitted to the English ambassadors, he had been advised that the original cession was invalid.
If it proclaims that the best is yet to be, it always arouses, at least in the young, either a suspicious question or perhaps the exclamation of the Negro youth who saw on a tombstone the inscription, `` I am not dead but sleeping ''.
If the would-be joiner asks these questions he is not likely to be duped by extremists who are seeking to capitalize on the confusions and the patriotic apprehensions of Americans in a troubled time.
If the decision goes wrong, it may be -- as Mr. Stevenson fears -- `` the first step on the slippery path downhill '' to a U.N. without operational responsibilities and without effective meaning.
If you're lyin' out in the hammock at night, and it gets kinda cool -- you know -- you just take these sides with the fringe on -- see -- and wrap 'em right over you.
If the record buyer's tastes are somewhat eclectic or even the slightest bit esoteric, he will find them satisfied on educational records.
If it will simply delay the debates until the qualifications are closed next spring, and then carry all the candidates on a tour of debates, it can provide a service to the state.
Mr. Richard Preston, executive director of the New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, in his remarks to the Governors Conference on Industrial Development at Providence on October 8, 1960, warned against the fallacy of attempting to attract industry solely to reduce the tax rate or to underwrite municipal services such as schools when he said: `` If this is the fundamental reason for a community's interest or if this is the basic approach, success if any will be difficult to obtain ''.
`` If the day should ever come that foreign invaders swarm ashore along the Gulf Coast '', the account reads, `` they can count on heavy opposition from a group of commando-trained telephone employees -- all girls.
If we make it established custom that whenever butchery on the highways grows excessive, say beyond 25,000 per annum, then somebody is going to hang, it follows that the more eminent the victim, the more impressive the lesson.
If it comes down too hard on the potential dangers of fallout, it will box the President on resuming atmospheric tests.
`` If William agrees, we should insist on a public debate '', he said at length.
If you want to fight, go down on the sidewalk ''.
If there is anything which we can do in the executive branch of the Government to speed up the processes by which we come to decisions on matters on which we must act promptly, that in itself would be a major contribution to the conduct of our affairs.

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