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SENATOR, government. One who is a member of a senate.
     2. No person shall be a senator [of the national senate] who shall not have attained the age of thirty years, and been nine years a citizen of the United States and who shall not when elected, be an inhabitant of that state for which he shall be chosen. Const. U. S. art. 1, s. 3, cl. 5. Vide 1 Kent, Com. 224 Story on the Const. 726 to 730.

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As an instrumental matter, senatorial elections also give the Conservative Party some measure of insurance against the possibility of defeat in the House of Commons.
Charting this shift, her focus is on the ways in which Christian household manuals from late antiquity construct the roles of women within the elite senatorial class.
Was it a state of affairs that surfaced only in the last generation of senatorial government in Rome, and hence a first-century topical element to be inserted into contemporary literary texts, or was its origin far older and far more insidious?
Deadlocked, the protagonists called for a vote by the party's National Executive Council (NEC)--"being a party that envisions nothing but democratic change"--and the verdict was duly delivered on 12 October: 33 in favour of taking part in the senatorial poll, 31 against.
NAA members visited more than 200 Congressional and Senatorial offices.
From Commodus on, members of the familia Caesaris and people of senatorial rank (especially women) appear in growing numbers.
Compliance with the Senate mandate would mean the end of his political career, given the hostility of most of his senatorial colleagues, Pompey in particular.
Though this is somewhat true on the surface, and while the Bush family is indeed a dynasty and Senatorial chairs (among others) have become in some ways hereditary, I believe American democracy to be much more vigorous than expected.
Senatorial families and imperial favorites controlled the state monopolies of food staples, metals, and other raw materials supplied by the subject nations.
Senatorial candidate Ralph Fiennes falls for gorgeous hotel cleaner Jennifer Lopez after seeing her try on a socialite's dress while tidying her room.
He might spare a few senatorial moments to look at the IV connected to her wrist, the uncontrolled bleeding from her lips, and the anguish in the dark eyes of her mother seated on a bare mattress.
Although she's honest and totally qualified for the job, there are forces at work to deny her promotion, and these forces range from powerfully influential Senatorial conspirators to the head of Israel's Mossad.