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Synonyms for turnout

Synonyms for turnout

things needed for a task, journey, or other purpose

a set or style of clothing

Synonyms for turnout

the group that gathers together for a particular occasion

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a part of a road that has been widened to allow cars to pass or park


a short stretch of railroad track used to store rolling stock or enable trains on the same line to pass

what is produced in a given time period

a set of clothing (with accessories)

attendance for a particular event or purpose (as to vote in an election)

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(ballet) the outward rotation of a dancer's leg from the hip

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Pangkaraniwan kapag midterm elections, lalo't overseas voting, mababa ang turnout,' Jimenez said in an interview with dzMM.
The post The US trails other nations in voter turnout appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Key marginal Cardiff Central - where Labour took the seat from the Tories - saw the biggest increase in turnout, up from 59.1% of registered voters casting their votes in 2010 to 67.3%.
Labour's Cllr Nick Small, who won the ballot in the central ward, said the low turnout was due to the large student population.
Of those, four polling places had turnouts of 49 percent -- Salem Covenant Church and Zion Lutheran Church in Ward 2, and Temple Emanuel and the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Ward 9.
A huge turnout proves that the Islamic Republic is supported by the people and therefore legitimate, and that foreign critics are all wrong in denouncing the regime as repressive.
It's now a leader in voter turnout. 2012 TURNOUT: 68.1%
Turnout in both types of primaries has been drifting downward for half a century.
Every North Wales county saw a fall in its turnout from 2008.
Since there is no data available beyond city-level that showed the percentage of voter turnout of citizens of voting age, his hunch could be correct.
After all 40 constituency results in the election for the Welsh Assembly, the turnout was 38.16 per cent, down 8.12 per cent on May, 1999.
Shortly after midnight the turnout where no new methods were being tested was up four per cent on 2000.
The estimated turnouts in Shizuoka Prefecture in central Japan and Hyogo Prefecture in western Japan, where gubernatorial elections will be held concurrently, were 66% and 61% respectively.
Dennis Canavan's Falkirk West constituency had one of the highest turnouts, with 62 per cent, and in Clydesdale, 61 per cent of voters turned out.
Low turnouts tend to favor Republicans--particularly conservative Republicans with a message that appeals to a small yet highly motivated core of activists.