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Definition of Senatorially

Senatorially
Senatorially Sen`a*to"ri*al*ly, adv. In a senatorial manner.

Meaning of Senatorially from wikipedia

- A senate is a deliberative ****embly, often the upper house or chamber of a bicameral legislature. The name comes from the ancient Roman Senate (Latin:...
- A senatorial province (Latin: provincia populi Romani, province of the Roman people) was a Roman province during the Prin****te where the Roman Senate...
- Senatorial courtesy is a long-standing, unwritten, unofficial, and nonbinding constitutional convention in the United States describing the tendency of...
- 1916 as the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee. It was reorganized in 1948 and renamed the National Republican Senatorial Committee. The NRSC helps...
- already of senatorial rank. In addition to quaestors, elected officials holding a range of senior positions were routinely granted senatorial rank by virtue...
- smear campaign to "silence [Seder's] criticism of [Alabama Republican Senatorial candidate] Roy Moore and President Trump". Several left-wing commentators...
- Pennsylvania State Senate District 33 includes all of Adams County and parts of ****berland County, Franklin County and York County. More specifically,...
- Rivers West senatorial district is one of the three senatorial districts in Rivers State, Nigeria. It is currently represented by Betty Okagua Apiafi....
- Governors ****ociation Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee National Conference of Democratic Mayors National Democratic...
- emperor Augustus annexed the rest of Greece and constituted it as the senatorial province of Achaea. Despite their military superiority, the Romans admired...