Example sentences for: delegates

How can you use “delegates” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The state programs are economically modest, as is the only loan forgiveness initiative on the near horizon for New York, the "Student Loan Assistance for the Public Interest," a program adopted last summer by New York State Bar Association when the House of Delegates met in Cooperstown.

  • And hiring Carter Eskew was positively Clintonian: After moving all those union delegates to tears with his speech about his sister in '96, it was an unbelievably hypocritical hire.

  • The Los Angeles Times passes along unconfirmed reports of violent altercations on Tuesday between demonstrators and WTO delegates and also reports that when the presidential limousine came through downtown Seattle yesterday it was occasionally met by raised middle fingers.

  • Confederation Chamber has been preserved with the names of the august delegates, a very dignified setting for an affair that was in fact characterized by somewhat extravagant wining and dining.

  • For one thing, it would anger the teachers' unions, a powerful constituency in the Democratic Party: A full 525 of the 4,293 delegates at the party's Chicago convention belonged to either the NEA or the American Federation of Teachers.


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