Greens

Greens may refer to:

  • Leaf vegetables such as collard greens, mustard greens, spring greens, winter greens, spinach, etc.

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Shane Rattenbury - Parliamentary Career and Election As Speaker
... After deliberations with both the Labor and Liberal parties, the Greens chose to support a Labor minority government ... the Parliamentary Agreement between the ACT Greens and the Labor Party ... Under the agreement, the Greens secured a range of policy outcomes in the areas of schools and education, health service provision, housing, public ...
Shane Rattenbury - Political Career
... to the ACT Legislative Assembly in the 2001 ACT Election, for the ACT Greens in the electorate of Ginninderra ... In June 2008, the ACT Greens announced that Rattenbury would again stand for election in the electorate of Molonglo ... Independent polling released in October suggested the Green vote had doubled to tripled since the last election at the expense of Labor, with the Liberal vote remaining relatively ...
Lance Armstrong (politician) - Political Career
... sitting members.) They together formed an alliance called The Green Independents, and held the balance of power in the government for three years, keeping Michael Field's ... The state election of 1992 saw all five sitting Greens re-elected, but with a drop in their vote of around 25% and with a majority Liberal government in power ... the election, these independents were reconstituted as the Tasmanian Greens ...
Meredith Hunter (politician)
... Capital Territory Legislative Assembly representing the electorate of Ginninderra for the ACT Greens from 2008 to 2012 ... She was also the leader of the ACT Greens, holding the title of Parliamentary Convenor of the ACT Greens ...
Greens - Manufacturing
... A British brand of railway locomotives, road rollers and other products see Thomas Green Son. ...

Famous quotes containing the word greens:

    Our democracy, our culture, our whole way of life is a spectacular triumph of the blah. Why not have a political convention without politics to nominate a leader who’s out in front of nobody?... Maybe our national mindlessness is the very thing that keeps us from turning into one of those smelly European countries full of pseudo-reds and crypto-fascists and greens who dress like forest elves.
    —P.J. (Patrick Jake)

    Go on, high ship, since now, upon the shore,
    The snake has left its skin upon the floor.
    Key West sank downward under massive clouds
    And silvers and greens spread over the sea. The moon
    Is at the mast-head and the past is dead.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)