Hansard

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Etymology[edit]

About 1859. After London printer Luke Hansard (1752–1828), whose company printed and later published the British debates of parliament. The printed debates were titled Hansard from 1829.

Noun[edit]

Hansard (plural Hansards)

  1. The official report of discussions in the British and some Commonwealth parliaments.
  2. (historical) A merchant of one of the Hanse towns.

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