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1. The conference approved a proposal for a referendum.
2. The referendum will be held on July 14th.
3. He tendered the committee a referendum.
4. I voted 'No' in the referendum.
5. Nine republics took part in the referendum.
6. Ireland decided to hold a referendum on divorce.
7. The issue will be decided in a national referendum.
8. They voted for independence in a referendum.
9. The government has agreed in principle to a referendum.
10. The unions urged people to boycott the referendum.
11. He described the referendum as a one-horse race.
12. The Democrats rejected the referendum proposal.
13. Is it more truly democratic to hold a referendum?
14. A referendum showed beyond doubt that voters wanted independence.
15. In the referendum many people abstained.
16. A referendum was held to settle the issue.
17. UN monitors declared the referendum fair.
18. The proposals were put to a referendum.
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19. The changes were approved by referendum.
20. It's kind of a referendum, though a lot of issues are packed in.
21. He urged that a referendum should be held by December.
22. He risks defeat in the referendum which he called, but which threatens to boomerang against him.
23. A referendum next year would coincide explosively with the election campaign.
24. There is disagreement within the government over the exact timing of the referendum.
25. They have thrown down the gauntlet to the PM by demanding a referendum.
26. Many people feel cheated by the government's refusal to hold a referendum.
27. President Kaunda fulfilled his promise of announcing a date for the referendum.
28. The President went over the head of Congress and called a referendum.
29. The prime minister is facing a revolt by party activists over his refusal to hold a referendum.
30. In general, it was the better-educated voters who voted Yes in the referendum.
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