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the polls

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe pollsthe pollsthe place where you can go to vote in an election The polls will close in an hour. poll
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the pollsThe polls open at 7 a.m.City officials do not expect many people at the polls.An impressive victory at the polls provides temptations that are hard to resist.This is difficult since the polls are so unprecedentedly ghastly for the Tories.Among those considered most likely to attend a caucus, there appears to be less support for Forbes than the polls indicate.So people go to the polls convinced their only choice is the lesser of two evils.The Velvet Revolution Czechoslovakia goes to the polls this month in the first democratic election since 1946.The probe will last into early November, just as voters are going to the polls.His first election was 1959, when the polls did rather better than this year.
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