Currently, Miller leads Murkowski 51 percent to 49 percent with 98 percent of precincts reporting.
Firms no one ever heard of—Gravis, for example—put out results no one believed outside the precincts of the far right.
In 2008, they passed another ban and the margin, with 99.5 percent of precincts reporting, was 52.5 to 47.5.
In the precincts of the rich, there is rising acceptance that their personal tax rates will be higher next year.
That was the first time fashion had so unabashedly entered the precincts of art.
She now grew to spend longer hours each day in wandering round the precincts of Xylina.
Beyond these precincts, however, all was still and solitary as before.
We are still in the precincts of the palace, and the business of the night is one on which you and I are in heart agreed.
The lodges invited their ladies to enter the precincts and revel.
The cathedral overlooks the Severn, its precincts being almost bounded by the river-bank.
c.1400, prasaynt (mid-15c. as precincte), "district defined for purposes of government or representation," from Medieval Latin precinctum "enclosure, boundary line," noun use of neuter past participle of Latin praecingere "to gird about, surround," from prae- "before" (see pre-) + cingere "to surround, encircle" (see cinch (v.)).