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He wants Mosca to live an issueless existence like himself.
People who first voted in the so-called issueless 1950s are being replaced in the electorate by their grandchildren, who have received their political socialization in a much more polarized environment, replete with hotly debated policy issues.
It would bring cheer to his issueless first wife and his endlessly waiting and paralyzed mother.
to us in our opinion; and besides, / She's next successive, should your majesty Die issueless, which heaven defend.
This poll results have shattered the myth that Indian elections are largely issueless compared to the western democracies.
Kolkata: The politics of violence and individualism have taken forefront in West Bengal rendering the decisive election an issueless exercise in a state that sends 42 parliamentarians to the Lok Sabha.
Election contests are usually issueless and have low voter turnout.