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Lexicographically close words:
bionomics; bioplasm; biota; biotic; biotite; bipartite; biped; bipedal; bipeds; bipinnate
  1. It provided for a commission of three men to be appointed by the Governor and to remain under his direct control--a bipartisan board.

  2. It has bipartisan support, and I urge you to pass it now.

  3. I challenge this Congress to send me a bipartisan welfare reform bill that will really move people from welfare to work and do the right thing by our children.

  4. I especially want to thank Secretary Cohen for symbolizing our bipartisan commitment to our national security--and Janet Cohen, I thank you for tirelessly traveling the world to show our support for the troops.

  5. I applaud the bipartisan support this Congress provided last year for our initiatives to help Russia, Ukraine and the other states through their epic transformations.

  6. I hope we can have a constructive bipartisan dialogue this year to build a consensus which will lead eventually to the ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

  7. We're encouraged by the bipartisan initiative of the House and are hopeful of further progress as the Senate continues its deliberations.

  8. I recommend that the substance of these charges be thoroughly examined by a Bipartisan Commission created by the Congress.

  9. Because of a generation of bipartisan effort we do have cleaner water and air, lead levels in children's blood has been cut by 70 percent, toxic emissions from factories cut in half.

  10. One of the greatest sources of our strength throughout the Cold War was a bipartisan foreign policy.

  11. Two years ago, with bipartisan support that was almost unanimous on both sides of the aisle, we moved to protect the pensions of 8 million working people and to stabilize the pensions of 32 million more.

  12. In that same spirit, I urge you to move forward with the Henry Jackson plan to implement the recommendations of the Bipartisan Commission on Central America.

  13. This year, by March the 6th, at long last the Senate will actually vote on bipartisan campaign finance reform proposed by senators McCain and Feingold.

  14. Scoop Jackson, the inspiration for our Bipartisan Commission on Central America, once said, "In matters of national security, the best politics is no politics.

  15. I hope and pray the bipartisan spirit that guided you in this endeavor will inspire all of us as we face the challenges of the year ahead.

  16. But they didn't keep us from joining hands in bipartisan cooperation to stop a long decline that had drained this nation's spirit and eroded its health.

  17. During our first 3 years, we have joined bipartisan efforts to restore protection of the law to unborn children.

  18. Our children come first, and that's why I established a bipartisan National Commission on Excellence in Education, to help us chart a commonsense course for better education.

  19. I asked them if they would designate congressional representatives to meet with representatives of the administration to try to reach prompt agreement on a bipartisan deficit reduction plan.

  20. The wisdom of our bipartisan cooperation was seen in the work of the Scowcroft commission, which strengthened our ability to deter war and protect peace.

  21. I can assure you, the bipartisan leadership of Congress, of my help in fighting off any attempt to bust our budget agreement.

  22. No legacy would make me more proud than leaving in place a bipartisan consensus for the cause of world freedom, a consensus that prevents a paralysis of American power from ever occurring again.

  23. And tonight, I am instructing Treasury Secretary James Baker--I have to get used to saying that--to begin working with congressional authors and committees for bipartisan legislation conforming to these principles.

  24. But one moment of courage, idealism, and bipartisan unity can change American history forever.

  25. Now, review this multibillion-dollar package that will not undercut our bipartisan budget agreement.

  26. It began with the Monroe Doctrine in 1823 and continues our historic bipartisan American policy.

  27. Our political leaders must build a bipartisan approach to bring a responsible conclusion to what is now a lengthy and costly war.

  28. In late 2005, Congressman Wolf asked the United States Institute of Peace, a bipartisan federal entity, to facilitate the assessment, in collaboration with the James A.

  29. Hamilton had the breadth of knowledge of foreign affairs required to co-chair this bipartisan effort.

  30. Hamilton have served as the co-chairs of the Iraq Study Group, a bipartisan blue-ribbon panel on Iraq.

  31. The co-chairs subsequently selected the other members of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group, all senior individuals with distinguished records of public service.

  32. Our second piece of unfinished business requires us to commit ourselves tonight, before the eyes of America, to finally enacting bipartisan campaign finance reform.

  33. As all of you know, I was just there with a bipartisan congressional group, and I was so proud not only of what our troops were doing, but of the pride they evidenced in what they were doing.

  34. And therefore, I especially ask you tonight to join hands to pass the landmark bipartisan legislation proposed by Sens.

  35. I ask your support for bipartisan legislation to guarantee that a woman can stay in the hospital for 48 hours after a mastectomy.

  36. In the past, the minimum wage has been a bipartisan issue and I think it should be again.

  37. Thanks to overwhelming bipartisan support from this Congress, we have improved foster care, supported those who leave it when they turn eighteen, and dramatically increased the number of foster children going to adoptive homes.

  38. Now I challenge Congress to go further--to curb special interest influence in politics by passing the first truly bipartisan campaign reform bill in a generation.

  39. If this attention is balanced and constructive, it can only enhance the chances for ultimate success of our bipartisan commitment to the revolutionary and crucial "pay for performance" concept.

  40. This legislation generated bipartisan support; but unfortunately, action on it was not completed in the final, rushed days of the 96th Congress.

  41. The legislation has had strong bipartisan support, which should continue as the details of the bill are completed.

  42. With bipartisan support from Congress, the bill passed, and I am pleased to say that implementation is running well ahead of the statutory schedule.

  43. With the bipartisan trade agreements we signed into law, we're on track to meet that goal ahead of schedule.

  44. The bipartisan fiscal commission I created last year made this crystal clear.

  45. Now, the truth is, when it comes to issues like infrastructure and basic research, I know there's bipartisan support in this Chamber.

  46. That's why I've called for a bipartisan fiscal commission, modeled on a proposal by Republican Judd Gregg and Democrat Kent Conrad.

  47. And the bipartisan Commission I appointed, chaired by my campaign lawyer and Governor Romney's campaign lawyer, came together and have offered reforms so that no one has to wait more than a half hour to vote.

  48. Let's make sure people who bundle campaign contributions for Congress can't lobby Congress and vice versa, an idea that has bipartisan support, at least outside of Washington.

  49. And as we speak, bipartisan groups in both Chambers are working diligently to draft a bill, and I applaud their efforts.

  50. I could not be prouder of them, and I thank this Congress for your bipartisan support of their efforts.

  51. Bipartisan bills in both Houses could double the number of these hubs and the jobs they create.

  52. Let's pass a bipartisan infrastructure plan that could create more than 30 times as many jobs per year and make this country stronger for decades to come.

  53. This is something we should be able to get done on a bipartisan basis.

  54. We need to work together on tools like bipartisan trade promotion authority to protect our workers, protect our environment, and open new markets to new goods stamped "Made in the U.

  55. On Medicare, I'm prepared to enact reforms that will achieve the same amount of health care savings by the beginning of the next decade as the reforms proposed by the bipartisan Simpson-Bowles Commission.

  56. To put us on solid ground, we should also find a bipartisan solution to strengthen Social Security for future generations.

  57. The bipartisan reform of No Child Left Behind was an important start, and together, we've increased early childhood education, lifted high school graduation rates to new highs, boosted graduates in fields like engineering.

  58. He is president of Texas Industries, and this is not particularly important but he is--that was sort of a bipartisan deal, in that he is one of the leading Republicans of Dallas and he was chairman of the meeting.

  59. Muzzle" when you refer to a bipartisan Commission, established by the President of the United States, with a mandate to obtain the truth, is a rather serious word.

  60. I have asked this bipartisan Commission to review our proposals for Federal action to cope with the gathering crisis of school finance and property taxes.

  61. We can find plenty of things to differ about without destroying our free institutions and without abandoning our bipartisan foreign policy for peace.

  62. Right here, I want to say that no one appreciates more than I the bipartisan cooperation in foreign affairs which has been enjoyed by this administration.

  63. He was also generally effective in gaining bipartisan support for his legislative undertakings.

  64. Pap's bipartisan equanimity as well as his developing sense of humor was reflected in a letter of recommendation on behalf of a young Republican who had the good sense to vote Democratic.

  65. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bipartisan" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    bilateral; bipartisan; bipartite; double; dual; dualistic; duplex; duplicated; identical; matched; partisan; party; twin; two