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In the same vein, a plurality of Republicans favored repealing the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, in May when the House voted the undo the healthcare law.
Bryant is a hometown hero in the place that is home to at least a plurality, and perhaps a clear majority, of Academy members.
The anti-independence Citizens party, or Cuidadanos, appeared to have won a plurality of 37 seats.
The people who comprise this new plurality will also be significantly younger, on the whole, than their white counterparts.
But as a recent Christopher Newport University poll shows, a plurality of Virginia voters believe that the monuments shouldn’t be removed.
In April, a plurality of respondents told YouGov the media abuse First Amendment rights.
But the idea had taken hold that, by connecting people and giving them a voice, social media had become a global force for plurality, democracy and progress.
More importantly, some early Protestants, desperately seeking religious freedom for themselves, found inspiration for that in the Ottoman Empire, which was then more tolerant to religious plurality than were most Catholic kingdoms.
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