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POLL. A head. Hence poll tax is the name of a tax imposed upon the people at so much a head. 2. To poll a jury is to require that each juror shall himself declare what is his verdict. This may be done at the instance of either party, at any time before the verdict is recorded. 3 Cowen, R. 23. See 18 John. R. 188. See Deed Poll.

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In Odisha, the only seat BJP won in 2014 elections was Sundargarh, which will go to the polls in the second phase along with four other seats.
If you enjoy your symbolism, you could still go to the polls and doodle on the ballot paper.
If the presidential election goes to a second round, then voters will go to the polls again one of the following Sundays.
Making remarks on the upcoming elections, President Erdo?an urged everyone to go to the polls and reflect their will, and continued: We have a long journey of democracy and development ahead of us.
THIS week, I'm campaigning for the Labour Party in New Zealand, who go to the polls next month.
US voters will go to the polls on Tuesday to elect a successor to President Barack Obama.
MOSCOW, Sept 17 (KUNA) -- Russians go to the polls on Sunday in parliamentary elections as some 96,000 polling stations have been opened.
According to the latest computerized voters lists compiled by the AJK Election Commission with the coordination of the district administrations in AJK, a total of 233,518 registered voters in Mirpur District, 243,162 in Bhimbher district, 442,839 in Kotli district, 302,003 in Rawalakot district, 175,589 in Sudhanoti district, 232,573 in Bagh District, 80,687 in Haveil district, 96,582 in Neelam district, 310,629 in Muzaffarabad district and 119,476 in Hattiyan Bala district would go to the polls to exercise their right of franchise for elections.
As more and more states go to the polls, we will know who the winner will be.
Both the states, set to go to the polls in November- December, are currently under coalition governments in which the Congress is a partner.
But Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond said he was confident voters would back independence when they go to the polls.
and people, most of whom are Russians go to the polls.