electors

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  • ELECTORS, THE —    or KURFÜRSTS, OF GERMANY    German princes who enjoyed the privilege of disposing of the imperial crown, ranked next the emperor, and were originally six in number, but grew to eight and finally nine; three were ecclesiastical the Archbishops… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • electors of president — See presidential electors …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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  • General Electors (Fiji) — General Electors is the term used in Fiji to identify citizens of voting age who belong, in most cases, to ethnic minorities. The Constitution defines General Electors as all Fiji citizens who are not registered as being of Fijian, Indian, or… …   Wikipedia

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