At issue is a section of the provisional ballot where the voter fills in the official ID verifying their legitimacy.
Most radical was the 1856 provisional Constitution drafted by northern abolitionists, including John Brown.
This brazenness is earning Israel something unusual: the near universal, if provisional, sympathy of Western nations.
For those who like it short and sweet, those reasons are recounts, provisional ballots, and a potential electoral college tie.
There should be no provisional status until we have locked down our borders and implemented E-Verify in a satisfactory manner.
The provisional excretory organ atrophies during larval life.
Moreover, we all knew that the present was only a provisional arrangement.
Not one of the gentlemen of the provisional Commission put in an appearance.
The retreat was effected; but it was only a provisional retreat.
A provisional government declared the independence of Belgium.