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democratic
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democratic -- as in: a democratic form of government
This country has long exemplified democratic practice to the rest of the world.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Sandra Day O`Connor and Roy Romer, Not By Math Alone
The new regime will maintain the utmost respect for principles, both Islamic and democratic.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Khaled Hosseini, A Thousand Splendid Suns
Or is that a bit too democratic for you chaps?  (not reviewed by editor*)
Mal Peet, Tamar
And finally there is the democratic element.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Thomas C. Foster, How to Read Literature Like a Professor
I read and reread one section in particular: The Army was living the democratic ideal ahead of the rest of America.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Wes Moore, The Other Wes Moore
But mostly the Vikings seemed like a fairly democratic bunch.  (not reviewed by editor*)
K. A. Applegate, Everworld
Ideals of personal, democratic and religious freedom.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Wladyslaw Szpilman, The Pianist
But people were excited, having just recently gotten the hang of the democratic process.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Barbara Kingsolver, The Poisonwood Bible
To be clear, there are bad guys out there and they're drawn to any trust-based, democratic system, like our site.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Jay Allison, et al., This I Believe II
Mary was a person of democratic views.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Margaret Atwood, Alias Grace
That's the ruling principle of American freedom, the source of our democratic liberties.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Al Gore, Al Gore Concession Speech
It's a democratic process.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Alex Flinn, Beastly
The prime movers in both of the anti-democratic movements were former pupils of Socrates, Alcibiades and Critias.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Doug Linder, The Trial of Socrates
Welcome to the day we honor the democratic philosophy of our ancestors, which tells us that every man has the right to choose his own way in this world.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Veronica Roth, Divergent
They herd us into an assembly that is supposed to be a "democratic forum" to come up with a new school mascot.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Laurie Halse Anderson, Speak
Damned democratic of you.  (not reviewed by editor*)
J.D. Robb, Naked in Death
This is a democratic country we're living in.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Kazuo Ishiguro, The Remains of the Day
They bring lower levels of tolerance for corruption and stronger demands for democratic processes, says Honduran immigration expert Maureen Zamora.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Sonia Nazario, Enrique`s Journey
America is at the beginning of her greatest period in history--a period of leadership in science, art, and human progress toward the democratic ideal.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Jay Allison, et al., This I Believe
In order for democracy to work, people had to be educated enough to take part in the democratic process.  (not reviewed by editor*)
Jostein Gaarder, Sophie`s World
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democratic -- as in: a democratic form of government
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