Congressional [adjective]

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One fellow appropriated a heavy volume of Congressional documents, which he carried about several days.

Bound volumes of the "Congressional Record" in their original wrappers were piled in a corner.

In 1882 the manner of representation to the national convention was changed from congressional districts to grouping of counties.

He died in Washington years after, again a Senator, and is buried in the Congressional burial ground.

Purely as a matter of a legal exhibit, a copy of this “oath” was ordered printed in the Congressional Record, February 15, 1913.

You remember reading about this in the published accounts of our late congressional contest.

We put up at the Willard, and in the morning drove over to the Congressional Library, where the copyright hearing was in progress.

It sustained a searching congressional investigation at the instance of Fernando Wood in 1870.

In the Congressional election of 1910 the Federation repeated the policy of "reward your friends, and punish your enemies."

The herds had not gained the congressional ear as Mr. Stamps had hoped.