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Parliament Of Trinidad And Tobago
... constituencies, and the Senate which has 31 members appointed by the President 16 Government Senators appointed on the advice of the Prime Minister, 6 Opposition Senators ...
Senate Of Northern Ireland - Senators - Peerages
... Nine Senators were or became peers of the realm at the time of their membership of the Senate ... At least another 3 Senators subsequently became members of the House of Lords by different routes ...
List Of Presidents Of The United States By Other Offices Held - Federal Government - Legislative Branch - Senators
... Illinois Barack Obama 2005–2008 Third sitting Senator elected to the presidency Massachusetts John Quincy Adams 1803–1808 John F ... Kennedy 1953–1961 Second sitting Senator elected to the presidency Missouri Harry Truman 1935–1945 New Hampshire Franklin Pierce 1837–1842 New York Martin Van ... Virginia James Monroe 1790–1794 First former Senator to become President John Tyler 1827–1836 Only former President pro tempore to become President A number of future Presidents ...
Uruguayan General Election, 2009
... the Broad Front (left-wing coalition) emerged the winner, electing 16 senators and 50 deputies, while the National Party elected 9 senators and 30 deputies, the Colorado Party 5 Senators and 17 Deputies, and the ...
Dewan Negara - Membership
... Members of the Dewan Negara are referred to as "Senators" and "Ahli Dewan Negara" (literally "member of the Dewan Negara") in Malay ... The term of office is 3 years and senators may only be re-appointed once, consecutively or non-consecutively. 13 state legislative assemblies chooses two senators ...

Famous quotes containing the word senators:

    When he laughed, respectable senators burst with laughter,
    And when he cried the little children died in the streets.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)

    We shall have to begin all over again. [Taft hoped that] the Senators might change their minds, or that the people might change the Senate; instead of which they changed me.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    Gold? Yellow, glittering, precious gold?
    ...
    This yellow slave
    Will knit and break religions, bless th’ accursed,
    Make the hoar leprosy adored, place thieves,
    And give them title, knee and approbation
    With senators on the bench.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)