plurality


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Synonyms for plurality

Synonyms for plurality

the state of being plural

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(in an election with more than 2 options) the number of votes for the candidate or party receiving the greatest number (but less that half of the votes)

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90) In contrast, both the plurality opinion of Justice Kennedy and the dissent of Justice Alito, whatever their doctrinal persuasiveness, were fired in passionate conviction.
Labour leader Ed Miliband calls for greater media plurality (Leveson)
The elimination of a staggered board, in combination with the change from plurality voting to majority voting, creates an important new dynamic in shareholder elections.
Even though Pannenberg and Sachedina seem to have little in common, and neither has developed a systematic theology of religions, the author manages to harvest Pannenberg's Christian and Sachedina's Islamic theology of religious plurality.
He said he would ask Ofcom whether any of the measures suggested by News Corp address its concerns over media plurality and requested the Office of Fair Trading is involved in the process.
Mr Hunt said he would ask Ofcom whether any of the measures suggested by News Corp address its concerns over media plurality, and requested that the Office of Fair Trading is involved in the process.
British media groups - including national newspaper owners and broadcasters - recently joined forces to petition Mr Cable to block the plans over fears the deal posed a threat to competition and media plurality.
News Corp said its proposed bid would not impact media plurality.
British media groups joined forces to petition Mr Cable to block the plans over fears the deal posed a threat to competition and media plurality.
The wireless world is transitioning toward fourth-generation systems such as LTE, which requires high processing requirements as well as flexibility and upgradeability due to rapidly changing standards and evolving consumer needs," stated Igor Pe'er, CEO of Plurality.
Since his day, the issue of the plurality of worlds has occupied great minds and transformed humankind's understanding of nature.
As a result, there exists a plurality of moralities that can be regarded as true.
HyperCore delivers performance that is tens-of-times better, and at the lowest price per watt per square millimeter, than any other chip-level, shared-memory machine currently on the market," said Plurality chairman and CEO Igor Pe'er.
Plurality, rationality, and religion: these are the three concepts that move the book under review.
1) Chief Justice John Roberts noted in the plurality opinion that if capital punishment is constitutional--which has already been settled--then: