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Some articles on district council election, council, election, district council:

South Hams Local Elections - Council Elections
... South Hams District Council election, 1999 (boundary changes reduced the number of seats by 4) South Hams District Council election, 2003 South Hams ...
United States National Research Council - History
... The National Research Council was organized in 1916 in response to the increased need for scientific and technical services caused by World War I ... On June 1, 1917, the council convened a meeting of scientific representatives of the UK and France with interested parties from the US on the subject of submarine detection ... As a result of this, the council recommended that US scientists be brought together to work on the problems ...
City One - Politics
... In the election of the Legislative Council, City One lays in the New Territories East. 2007 District Council Election for City One WONG Ka-wing 63.1% LI Wing-shing Wilson (Democratic Party) 36.9% 2007 District Council Election for Yue Shing LEUNG Ka-fai (Civ ...
North West Leicestershire Local Elections - Council Elections
... North West Leicestershire District Council election, 1995 North West Leicestershire District Council election, 1999 North West Leicestershire District Council ...
Canadian Unitarian Council
... The Canadian Unitarian Council (CUC) is the national body for Unitarian Universalists in Canada ... The CUC is a member of the International Council of Unitarians and Universalists ...

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