/ (ˈstɔːmənt) /
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a suburb of Belfast: site of Parliament House (1928–30), formerly the seat of the parliament of Northern Ireland (1922–72) and since 1998 of the Northern Ireland assembly, and Stormont Castle, formerly the residence of the prime minister of Northern Ireland and since 1998 the office of the province's first minister
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How to use Stormont in a sentence
There appears to be little political will at Stormont to progress with those goals.Belfast in Chaos After Days of Protestant Rioting, Police Injuries|Nico Hines|July 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
All except Stormont belonged to the party of Fox, the dominant partner in the coalition.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
Mr. Wortley, one of the common council, also gave me three sovereigns to vote in the interest of Stormont and Scarlett.A Comprehensive History of Norwich|A. D. Bayne
He was elected member of the House of Assembly for Stormont in the election of 1796 and again in 1804.
The Secretary had a peculiarly persuasive power which quickly exerted its influence upon Winthrop, Stormont and all the others.
Sitting around it in a semi-circle were four or five men, including the one-armed Colonel Stormont and another man in uniform.