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1. A plebiscite was held to decide the fate of the country.
2. If this had been a plebiscite, we would have won in a landslide.
3. The parties accused de Gaulle of preparing a plebiscite; the General accused them of coveting an irresponsible, omnipotent assembly.
4. The administration will also hold a plebiscite within the next six months for the approval of constitutional reforms.
5. Napoleon and Louis Napoleon favoured government by plebiscite or caesarian democracy.
6. Every week a plebiscite of sorts is held to determine which programs are popular and which are not.
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7. Newfoundland, finally, became the tenth province after a plebiscite in 1948.
8. It was decided by plebiscite.
9. The province decide by plebiscite to lower the voting age to eighteen.
10. It was Iceland's first plebiscite since the island's independence from Denmark in 1944.
11. The decision to concede a plebiscite on the voting system has enraged them.
12. The plebiscite in Kashmir desired by the U . N . has never taken place.
13. A plebiscite was taken as to whether this was a fitting punishment.
14. The question of which state the minority group should belong to was decided by plebiscite.
15. It was clear that the General's opponents were right: this was a plebiscite.
16. Mr Mann insists that Punjab must be a homeland for the Sikhs, brought into being by a UN-supervised plebiscite.
17. Even after he stepped down in 1990 following a plebiscite rejecting his rule, his spell still hung over the nation.
18. Mr Ch á vez, though not a candidate, has turned it plebiscite on himself.
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