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National Examples of Gerrymandering - Northern Ireland
... after the establishment of Home Rule in Northern Ireland in 1921, favouring Unionists who tended to be Protestant, to the detriment of Nationalists who were mostly ... In 1929, the Parliament of Northern Ireland passed a bill shifting the Parliament's electoral system from the relatively proportional single transferable vote (S ... They have argued that the electoral boundaries for the Parliament of Northern Ireland were not gerrymandered to a greater level than that produced by any single-winn ...
Northern Pike
... The northern pike (Esox lucius, known simply as a pike in Britain, Ireland, most parts of the USA, or as jackfish in Canada or simply "Northern" in the ... They are typical of brackish and freshwaters of the northern hemisphere (i.e ...
Yulara, Northern Territory
... is an isolated town in the Southern Region of the Northern Territory, Australia ... It is located in the Northern Territory electorate of Namatjira and the federal electorate of Lingiari ...
Northern - Other
... The Northern pike, fish often called a "northern" Northern (automobile), an early American automobile Northern (genre) A genre of Western films set in Canada or Alaska Northern locomotive ...
Narwhal - Distribution
... Individuals are commonly recorded in the northern part of Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait, Baffin Bay off the east coast of Greenland and in a strip running east from the northern ... of the world's narwhals are concentrated in the fjords and inlets of Northern Canada and western Greenland ...

Famous quotes containing the word northern:

    I have found that anything that comes out of the South is going to be called grotesque by the Northern reader, unless it is grotesque, in which case it is going to be called realistic.
    Flannery O’Connor (1925–1964)

    There exists in a great part of the Northern people a gloomy diffidence in the moral character of the government. On the broaching of this question, as general expression of despondency, of disbelief that any good will accrue from a remonstrance on an act of fraud and robbery, appeared in those men to whom we naturally turn for aid and counsel. Will the American government steal? Will it lie? Will it kill?—We ask triumphantly.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    That we can come here today and in the presence of thousands and tens of thousands of the survivors of the gallant army of Northern Virginia and their descendants, establish such an enduring monument by their hospitable welcome and acclaim, is conclusive proof of the uniting of the sections, and a universal confession that all that was done was well done, that the battle had to be fought, that the sections had to be tried, but that in the end, the result has inured to the common benefit of all.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)