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campaigning

a technique for manufacture where product set up costs are high or considered to be difficult. Items are manufactured to stock possibly to meet a 12 month period of demand.
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'We appeal to the sense of delicadeza of national and local poll candidates not to turn the Traslacion into a campaigning event,' Jimenez said in a statement.
In a statement, Robredo said she supports the plea of the Comelec to restore the provision in the Omnibus Election Code of the Philippines, which prohibits campaigning long before the election period sets in.
Negative campaigning is an issue across the country this fall, in campaigns from Massachusetts to Hawaii and in races down the ballot from U.S.
Reagan also came away with a knowledge of the nuts and bolts of campaigning and the recognition that he might have a good shot at political office.
On the eve of the presidential election, Al Gore capped two straight days of campaigning without sleep with a massive outdoor rally in South Beach, a heavily gay and lesbian enclave just outside Miami.
In 1993, I came together with Bill Peters, who had been campaigning independently on the debt issue.
"I even enjoyed campaigning, unlike some of my colleagues.
In order to keep Teamster reform alive, we have to get back out campaigning very soon." Her anti-Hoffa slate garnered 70 percent of the vote in Teamsters Local 2000, which has 9,000 members in ten states.
Because state laws prohibit public employees from campaigning on ballot issues during work hours, these dedicated men and women volunteered their own time to work on the campaign.
But the majority out there campaigning away are being led to their convictions because of the money in politics.
He did much of his early campaigning on Christian radio and TV programs, stressing family values and opposition to abortion.
Three issues account for this significance: the new legal atmosphere in which the elections were held, the changing nature of campaigning and political maneuvering engendered by the democratic experiment, and the conceptualization of political identity in Jordan which was revealed by the outcome.