Hansard

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EtymologyEdit

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.

NounEdit

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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