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polled

 (pōld)
adj.
Having no horns; hornless.

polled

(pəʊld)
adj
1. (Zoology) (of animals, esp cattle) having the horns cut off or being naturally hornless
2. (Hairdressing & Grooming) archaic shorn of hair; bald

polled

(poʊld)

adj.
1. hornless, esp. genetically hornless, as the Aberdeen Angus.
2. Obs. having the hair cut off.
[1300–50]
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Reportedly, mob of ruling PTI workers broke the gate of the women polling station at Govt Middle Schools for boys Gulbahar and threatened polling staff and forcefully polled votes by their women in the UC-10.
At a female polling station No 46 at Comprehensive Girls High School in Gulgasht colony, 40 votes were polled out of 1,088 till 11.
And when business relationships go sour, the polled executives cited an inability to collaborate and integrate, not simply operationally but interpersonally and culturally, as well.
THIS just in: The Poles have been polled, and 85 percent said they want favorite Pole John Paul II to be Poland's patron saint (Agence France Presse, Monday).
Equally worrisome for Bush is that 54 percent of those polled thought the United States was headed in the wrong direction, and only 40 percent thought it was headed in the right direction.
Even worse, professional pollsters are adept at producing virtually any conclusion they want via clever wording of questions, arbitrary selection of those polled, or out-and-out lying.
In Weissberg's world of political polling, people express judgments about how much of other people's property should be used by still other people to pursue goals through methods the effectiveness of which the people being polled have no special ability to judge.
Lyndon Johnson polled more heavily than Kennedy did and learned, through polling, that allowing Vietnam to become an issue in 1964 could cost him re-election.