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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhustingshus‧tings /ˈhʌstɪŋz/ noun   the hustings
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hustingsBut it is unlikely to happen at the hustings or in the run up to the election.Self-denial and self-help, however, would make a poor rallying cry for the hustings.He remains a formidable political operator and is usually at his best on the hustings.But there seemed nothing wrong with the head of government appearing to be the challenger on the hustings.Nationally, for the politicians on the hustings won't be so simple.When he stood for Parliament numbers of poor people crowded round the hustings demanding the payment of outstanding bills.Midnight Special's contribution to the hustings was to make the politicians seem almost human.
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