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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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manifestoman‧i‧fes‧to /ˌmænəˈfestəʊ $ -toʊ/ noun (plural manifestos) [countable]  PPPa written statement by a political party, saying what they believe in and what they intend to do the Labour Party’s election manifesto The Tories are due to publish their manifesto tomorrow.
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manifestoWhat part of the 1987 manifesto is still in place?To have our position explained and clearly stated in the form of a manifesto would be very good indeed.the Communist manifestoWill the Government endorse that manifesto?The manifesto for the 1982 Assembly elections has fifteen paragraphs.It's not in their manifesto.Was it a Government commitment which was part of their manifesto?Two weeks before the deadline, the Conservatives published their manifesto.As the Tory manifesto boasts, there are 18 mini-charters, covering health, public transport, education, local government and so on.
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