(1) Attendees can make appointments with members of the Board of Directors, headquarters staff members, and the parliamentarian .(2) Women activists, including Cabinet ministers, have also joined in the fight for women representation in key positions and have thus, formed a parliamentarian women's caucus group.(3) There was a parliamentarian school of thought; the idea that you could do without a king.(4) Like the lot of them, they just want to protect their cushy parliamentarian jobs.(5) Medals were worn in the 17th century by both Dutch and Swedish troops engaged in the Thirty Years War, and British parliamentarian troops who fought at Dunbar in 1650 were awarded a medal for that event.(6) In 1990, Mongolia became a free and democratic country with a multi-party parliamentarian system under a president.(7) It's something close to parliamentarian maneuvering.(8) As late as the end of the 1920's the word ├ö├ç├┐totalitarian├ö├ç├û was used to designate any state which was governed in an authoritarian rather than a parliamentarian manner.(9) An experienced parliamentarian , Khan has contributed immensely not only to the deliberations of various committees he had served but also to the proceedings of the House.(10) Dominica has a British parliamentarian system of government, headed by a president and prime minister.(11) All who are participating in the new process for democratization in Iraq, for having a democratic, federative, parliamentarian system, they are our friends.(12) All the social improvements in Britain did take place through a parliamentarian system, they did take place gradually, and they had an awful lot to do with local politics in which he was very prominent.(13) As a parliamentarian , he used to interact with Members of Parliament from India, at the Inter-Parliamentary Union.(14) There is full political, parliamentarian and public consensus on EU and NATO membership in Bulgaria, Purvanov said.(15) Knollys was a prominent courtier and parliamentarian during Elizabeth I's reign.(16) Gadbury, conversely, rejected his early parliamentarian sympathies, became an ardent royalist, and flourished after the Restoration of 1660.