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the setting for a narrative or fictional or dramatic account

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an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people

an oil painting on canvas fabric

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the mat that forms the floor of the ring in which boxers or professional wrestlers compete

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a heavy, closely woven fabric (used for clothing or chairs or sails or tents)

get the opinions (of people) by asking specific questions

solicit votes from potential voters in an electoral campaign

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The NBOC has already canvassed 166 COCs out of 167 as of Tuesday noon.
As of May 21, the NBOC was already able to canvass 166 of the 167 COCs from the 2019 polls.
"We formed PRE-EX CANVASS to accelerate our investment in innovative canvassing talent and services, and to provide our clients with a platform for easy referrals and data-driven information solutions.
Following the runoff election, the county has 10 days to canvass the results and the governor's office has 14.
RESIDENTS in the Caerphilly council area are urged to ensure they are on the electoral role by responding to the annual canvass.
Yet, according to the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit's (BAU) Child Abduction Response Plan (CARP), the neighborhood canvass is, perhaps, the most vital step in missing children cases.
SMILES: ECHO Direct winners Dave Hughes and Anne Bennett, with ECHO canvass manager Jayne Anders and Craig Reynolds, ECHO Direct manager Picture: COLIN LANE SMILES: ECHO Direct winners Dave Hughes and Anne Bennett, with ECHO canvass manager Jayne Anders and Craig Reynolds, ECHO Direct manager Picture: COLIN LANE CHRISTMAS came early for two lucky ECHO newspaper deliverers.
The canvass showed Aquino had 12.73 million votes, or 42 percent of 30.28 million votes tallied by Thursday afternoon, more than 4.5 million ahead of his nearest rival, former President Joseph Estrada, who had 8.14 million or 26.9 percent.
The certificates of canvasses that were electronically transmitted by the city and provincial board of canvassers to the joint Congress would be the basis of the canvass of the National Board of Canvassers," explained Arroyo.
He directed his building agents to have canvassing brokers sent out of the building, he said, even while suggesting that his brokers canvass for new clients in other buildings.
During a canvass in the Pacelli Road area of Naas they called to one particular house where they were greeted by an elderly couple who they charmed left, right and middle in search of number one votes.
Gardner and her children are active voters, but, last year, after a walking canvass that began in August and spanned the city, the Board of Election Commissioners for the City of Chicago challenged the voting status of two of Gardner's daughters, Constemecka and Charmaine.
THE annual canvass for the Register of Electors is again under way but this year the traditional knock on the door will be replaced by a postal canvass.
David McIntosh, chairman of the House Subcommittee on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources and Regulatory Affairs, of the Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, is completing a canvass of regulatory agencies.