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Range Voting – Definition
Range Voting n. [Fr. rangée; Lat. votum a vow, wish, will, Fr. vovere, votum, to vow]

1. A superior single-winner election method.

History's first thoroughly accurate and fair way of measuring an electorate's wishes —Guy Ottewell.

2. Collective decision-making while reclining on a hot stove. [Obs.] (cf. hot seat.)

3. Method of choosing how far to shoot one's cannon, invented by deaf artillerymen of the Lost Seventh Nudnik Battallion (formerly archery).

4. Voting concerning grazing cows.

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