il may also be:

  • the third-person singular masculine personal pronoun he, or the expletive pronoun it (as in 'it rains', il pleut), in French language
  • one of the masculine definite articles in Italian language
  • the term for 'province' in Turkey, see Provinces of Turkey
  • .il, the Internet Top Level Domain (TLD) code for Israel
  • Il (Shugo Chara!), a character from the manga series Shugo Chara! by Peach-Pit

Other articles related to "il":

Bertie Ahern - Early Political Career
... Ahern first became involved in a Fianna Fáil by-election campaign in 1965, climbing lamp posts to hang election posters in Drumcondra ... Ahern became a member of Fianna Fáil at the age of 17, and in the 1969 general election he assisted with the election campaign in his constituency ... office was during the landslide 1977 general election, when Fianna Fáil formed the last single-party government with a 20-seat Dáil majority, the largest ever ...
Progressive Democrats - General Election Results
... Election Dáil Share of votes Seats Outcome of election 1987 25th 11.9% 14 Fianna Fáil government 1989 26th 5.5% 6 Fianna Fáil–Progressive Democrats government ...
Government Of The 15th Dáil
... The 15th Dáil was elected at the 1954 general election on 18 May 1954 and first met on 2 June when the 7th Government of Ireland was appointed ... The 15th Dáil lasted for 1,022 days ...
United States House Of Representatives Elections, 1998 - Retiring Incumbents
... (D) CT-1 Mike Crapo (R) ID-2 Sidney Yates (D) IL-9 Harris Fawell (R) IL-13 Glenn Poshard (D) IL-19 Lee H ...
Progressive Democrats
... politicians who had split from Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael, the Progressive Democrats took liberal positions on divorce, contraception, and other social issues ... It enjoyed an impressive début at the 1987 general election, winning 14 seats in Dáil Éireann and capturing almost 12 percent of the popular vote to temporarily surpass the Labour Party as ... Democrats never again won more than 10 seats in the Dáil, they formed coalition governments with Fianna Fáil during the 26th Dáil (1989–92), the 28th Dáil (1997–2002), the 29th Dáil (2002–07) and the ...