canvassing

  • 1Canvassing — is the systematic initiation of direct contact with a target group of individuals commonly used during political campaigns. A campaign team (and during elections a candidate) will knock on doors of private residences within a particular… …

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  • 2canvassing — can‧vas‧sing [ˈkænvəsɪŋ] noun [uncountable] 1. MARKETING the activity of asking people about something in order to get their opinion or to get information: • Members of the Finance Houses Association should discourage intrusive methods of… …

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  • 3canvassing — index analysis, inquiry (systematic investigation) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 canvassing …

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  • 4Canvassing — Der englische Politiker Jack Straw beim Canvassing Unter Canvassing (dt. „Kundenfang“ oder „Stimmenwerbung“) versteht man die systematische Anbahnung eines direkten Kontaktes zu einer bestimmten Gruppe von Personen. Diese Art der Kontaktaufnahme… …

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  • 5Canvassing — Can|vas|sing 〈[kæ̣nvæsıŋ] n.; od. s; unz.〉 1. 〈Pol.〉 Stimmenwerbung, Wahlpropaganda 2. Kundenwerbung, Reklame [engl.] * * * Can|vas|sing [ kɛnvəsɪŋ ], das; s, s [engl. canvassing, zu: to canvass = (Wahl)werbung machen] (Politikjargon): das Von… …

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  • 6canvassing — / kænvəsɪŋ/ noun the practice of asking people to buy, to vote, or to say what they think ● door to door canvassing ● canvassing techniques …

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  • 7Canvassing — Canvass Can vass, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {canvassed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Canvassing}.] [OF. Canabasser to examine curiously, to search or sift out; properly, to sift through canvas. See {Canvas}, n.] 1. To sift; to strain; to examine thoroughly; to… …

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  • 8Canvassing — Can|vas|sing [ kænvəsiŋ] das; [s] <aus engl. canvassing »Wahl , Kundenwerbung« zu to canvass »(Wahl)werbung machen«> Wahlstimmenwerbung durch persönliche Hausbesuche prominenter Politiker …

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  • 9canvassing — ➡ elections * * * …

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  • 10Canvassing — Stemmehvervning …

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  • 11canvassing — can·vas·sing s.m.inv. ES ingl. {{wmetafile0}} tecnica di persuasione basata sulla propaganda capillare {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1955. ETIMO: der. di (to) canvass, ant. passare al setaccio poi criticare, sollecitare (voti) , da canvas canapa …

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  • 12Canvassing — Can|vas|sing 〈 [kæ̣nvæsıŋ] n.; Gen.: od. s; Pl.: unz.〉 1. Stimmenwerbung, Wahlpropaganda 2. Kundenwerbung, Reklame [Etym.: engl.] …

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  • 13canvassing — can·vass || kænvÉ™s n. examination, careful inspection; solicitation of votes or opinions; discussion, debate v. examine, scrutinize; discuss; solicit votes or opinions …

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  • 14canvassing — noun persuasion of voters in a political campaign • Syn: ↑electioneering, ↑bell ringing • Derivationally related forms: ↑electioneer (for: ↑electioneering) • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 15Palm Beach County Canvassing Board v. Harris (Harris I) — was a lawsuit pertaining to the 2000 Presidential Election.There were two main issues: * Whether the county canvassing boards authority to conduct manual recounts to correct errors in the vote tabulation extended to efforts to remedy situations… …

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  • 16cold canvassing — ➔ canvassing …

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  • 17Review Youth Canvassing — is a program developed by the Review and Herald Publishing Association which involves young people getting involved in sharing the good news of salvation in Jesus through the means of the printed page. History The Review and Herald is the oldest… …

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  • 18Shuttleworth (canvassing) — In the United Kingdom, Shuttleworths are lists of people canvassed to be likely to vote for a particular political party in the PIG model of an electoral campaign. The idea is that once someone is determined to have voted, they are crossed off… …

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  • 19coupon pass — Canvassing by the desk of primary dealers to determine the inventory and maturities ( maturity) of their Treasury securities. The desk then decides whether to buy or sell certain issues (coupons) in order to add or withdraw reserves. Bloomberg… …

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  • 20United States Senate election in Minnesota, 2008 — 2002 ← November 4, 2008 → 2014 …

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