|äänestys englanniksi||voting, runoff, poll, vote, ballot|
*: We have said all this: all this we say, and will continue to say; and we have talked, too, and shall talk, about the divers most curious votings and enactings of this House ...
: The runoff of nitrates is poisoning the lake.
: There will now be a runoff as neither front runner received more than 50% of the vote.
: The student council had a poll to see what people want served in the cafeteria.
*: All soldiers quartered in place are to remove ... and not to return till one day after the poll is ended.
: The polls close at 8 p.m.
*: ...the doctor, as if to hear better, had taken off his powdered wig, and sat there, looking very strange indeed with his own close-cropped black poll.
*: And you might perceive the president and general manager, Mr. R. G. Atterbury, with his priceless polished poll, busy in the main office room dictating letters..
*: We are the greater poll, and in true fear / They gave us our demands.
*: The muster file, rotten and sound, upon my life, amounts not to fifteen thousand poll.
: He polled a hundred votes more than his opponent.
*: poll for points of faith his trusty vote
: to poll the hair; to poll wool; to poll grass
*: Who, as he polled off his darts head, so sure he had decreed / That all the counsels of their war he would poll off like it.
*: when he [Absalom] polled his head
*: His death did so grieve them that they polled themselves; they clipped off their horse and mules hairs.
: to poll a tree
: The network hub polled the departments computers to determine which ones could still respond.
*: The election was a resounding defeat for Robert McCartney who polled badly in the six constituencies he contested and even lost his own Assembly seat in North Down.
*: which polls and pills the poor in piteous wise
*: the man that polled but twelve pence for his head
*: polling the reformed churches whether they equalize in number those of his three kingdoms
: a polled deed
: Poll Hereford
: Red Poll cows
*: Sheep, that is, the Horned sort, and those without Horns, called Poll Sheep [...]
*: About 15000 cattle, comprising 10000 Hereford and Poll Hereford, 4000 Aberdeen Angus and 1000 Shorthorn and Poll Shorthorn, are grazed [...]