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  • a parliamentary debate about Britain's war against France. Quoted in Cobbett, William; John Wright, Thomas Curson Hansard (1817). The parliamentary history
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  • Bill." The Parliamentary Debates From The Year 1803 To The Present Time. Vol. 36. London: T.C. Hansard, 1817. 1127. Print. Parliamentary Debates. NOT Voltaire:
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  • drain a swamp you should not consult the frogs, [...]" Australia. Parliamentary Debates. Vol. 52 (1909), p. 4845 (Senate 21 Oct. 1909) books.google. "Quand
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  • wide open to Islam and Muslims. "Mr Wilderss contribution to the parliamentary debate on Islamic activism". Speech before the Dutch Parliament (Internet
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  • of variants since at least 1817 (Thomas C. Hansard, ed (1817). Parliamentary Debates. p. 1227. Retrieved on October 10, 2013. "He should, however, beg
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  • Shuster (2002). Art, Argument, and Advocacy: Mastering Parliamentary Debate. New York: International Debate Education Association. p. 65. ISBN 978-0-9702130-7-5
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  • variant of it was already a cliché (Thomas C. Hansard, ed (1817). Parliamentary Debates. p. 1227. Retrieved on October 10, 2013. "He should, however, beg
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  • Regarding the Anglo-Irish Treaty during a parliamentary debate (Dáil Éireann - Volume T - 19 December, 1921 (DEBATE ON TREATY)) How could one argue with
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  • foreign affairs, remarks in the House of Commons (July 27, 1955), Parliamentary Debates (Hansard), House of Commons Official Report, vol. 544, col. 1301
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  • civilisation as we know it. Geert Wilders, "Mr Wilderss contribution to the parliamentary debate on Islamic activism". Speech before the Dutch Parliament (Internet
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  • Speech in Parliament (January 15, 1855), reported in Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, Third Series, vol. cxxxviii. p. 2077; this can be contrasted witho
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  • stress and strain, people will vote. Author unknown. Attributed to parliamentary debates, Great Britain (1857); reported as unverified in Respectfully Quoted:
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  • cannot be waged by committee, nor can peace be pursued solely by parliamentary debate. To the ears of the world, the President speaks for the Nation. While
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  • definitive dispute, the decisive bloody battle, can be transformed into a parliamentary debate and permit the decision to be suspended forever in an everlasting
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  • "Supply — Considered in Committee — Army Estimates". HANSARD'S PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES, THIRD SERIES: COMMENCING WITH THE ACCESSION OF WILLIAM IV. CCIX
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  • Commons defending his foreign policy (March 1, 1848); in Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, 3d series, vol. 97, col. 122. I think England is the very place
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  • fact that I hardly think any hon. Gentleman will question it. In a Parliamentary debate with the Conservative MP, John Pakington (May 31, 1866). Hansard
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  • that one can allow, more so in times of great peril to the State. Parliamentary Debates [Parliament of India] Pt.2 V.12-13 (1951); also quoted in Glorious
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  • necessarily implies great responsibility. T.C. Hansard (ed.), The Parliamentary Debates From The Year 1803 To The Present Time. Vol. 36. (London: T.C. Hansard
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  • everything and propose nothing. Lord Stanley, debate (June 4, 1841). See Hansard's Parliamentary Debates. Who is the dark horse he has in his stable?
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