body of representatives

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It is only right of course that the people should elect a body of representatives who will decide questions of supplies and of taxation; this institution has always existed, under the sway of the most tyrannous ruler no less than under the sceptre of the mildest of princes.
Rail North is the body of representatives from 29 local transport authorities across Northern England which, in partnership with the Department for Transport, will be managing the new Northern and TransPennine Express trains franchises.
The council was first established in 1999 to act as a consultative body of representatives from various economic and social sectors.
When a body of representatives that Karzai recently convened voted in favor of Afghanistan entering into the BSA with the United States, Karzai walked out of the meeting and has since gone against the wishes of that majority.
When a body of representatives that President Karzai recently convened voted in favor of Afghanistan entering into the BSA with the United States, President Karzai walked out of the meeting and has since gone against the wishes of that majority.
How has having such a large body of representatives been productive?
The Arkansas Basin Roundtable, a multi-disciplinary body of representatives from throughout the region, has identified this alternative to permanent dry-up of farmland as the preferred method to address the looming municipal water supply gap along the Front Range of Colorado.
Would you like to have one decision making body of representatives, or 2, as in other countries?
The Castaic Area Town Council is a body of representatives from the unincorporated regions north of Santa Clarita.
Judges, not an elected body of representatives, are increasingly making laws in Canada, as may soon be the case with the definition of marriage.
The Council of 16, so called because it has 16 members, is a tripartite body of representatives from the International Union of Superiors General, the umbrella group for women's congregations; the Union of Superiors General, the companion body for men; and the Vatican congregation overseeing religious life.
The electoral college is a body of representatives elected by the voters of each state that casts the formal vote for the president and, separately, for the vice president.