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1) Voters are selecting candidates for both US Senate seats and for 52 congressional seats.
2) The president rebuked the House and Senate for not passing those bills within 100 days.
3) The Senate is expected to pass the bill shortly.
4) The overall composition of the Senate was Democrats 57 and Republicans 43.
5) The senate committees have exclusive jurisdiction over the FBI.
6) The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote momen-tarily on his nomination to the Supreme Court.
7) The Senate approved the use of military force by a margin of 52 votes to 47.
8) In the Senate,[http://sentencedict.com/Senate.html] the count is too close to call at this point.
9) They simply threatened to filibuster until the Senate adjourns.
10) Senate Republicans are less gung-ho about tax cuts.
11) The senate adjourned for the summer.
12) Her speech last night in the Senate drew an angry response.
13) The Senate promptly approved the bill.
14) The student senate voted to remove Fuller from office.
15) Republicans captured three Senate seats that had been held by Democrats.
16) In the Senate race, the Republican outspent his rival by nearly $2 million.
17) The House of Representatives is larger than the Senate.
18) The Senate subcommittee has already reported out four civil - rights bills.
19) Under Senate rules, the chamber must vote on the bill by this Friday.
20) Brutus declaimed from the steps of the Roman senate building.
21) Powerful voices in the Senate are determined to bring down the president.
22) The Senate blocked publication of the report.
23) The agreement is subject to ratification by the Senate.
24) The child-care bill is to be tacked on to the budget plan now being worked out in the Senate.
25) The bill was supported by a large majority in the Senate.
26) He had filibustered for 23 hours without leaving the Senate floor.
27) They feel deeply the honour of belonging to the Senate.
28) They are known as the House of Representatives and the Senate.
29) The proposal was approved by both the House and the Senate.
30) The bill is in for a rough ride in the Senate.
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