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How to use by-election in a sentence
Suu Kyi herself fought a by-election last April; she and dozens of her party colleagues were elected in remarkably fair elections.Burma’s Spring Turns Deadly as Riots Shake the Town of Meiktila|Peter Popham|March 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The UK Conservatives finished a humiliating third in a by-election yesterday.A Bad Night for British Conservatives|David Frum|March 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
George Galloway has returned to Parliament, winning a by-election in Bradford, Yorkshire.Galloway and Bradford Deserve Each Other|David Frum|March 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Serjeant Glynn, well known as the advocate of Wilkes, was afterwards elected as second member for Middlesex at a by-election.
It would mean a by-election in Bethnal Green, where he comes from.
In 1903 he was defeated as Liberal candidate for parliament at a by-election at Rochester.
A little later I was to speak somewhere in the North of England at a by-election in support of the party candidate.
To my great relief the Wymington committee have adopted Dale as their candidate at the by-election.