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voter

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Synonyms for constituent

serving as part of a whole, as a nondetachable part of a larger unit

one of the individual entities contributing to a whole

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1] representing an organic substituent; (c) at least a crosslinking agent soluble in the silicone phase comprising at least two functions capable of reacting with the polyorganosiloxane resin(s) (b); (d) a condensation catalyst capable of catalyzing the reaction of the constituent (b) with the constituent (c); (e) a surfactant; and (f) water; the prior emulsion (B) comprises: (a') at least a reactive linear polyorganosiloxane oil comprising at least two OH groups per molecule, and the constituents (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f) mentioned above: each of the prior emulsions (A) and (B) comprises: 5 to 95 parts by weight of constituent (a) or (a'); 0.
In today's commercially-oriented world, it has become a trend among public sector agencies to treat constituents as customers who expect top levels of service.
Well, politicians call the citizens they represent their constituents.
To that end, the FASB and the AICPA would also sponsor and fund a joint committee to serve as an additional resource to the FASB to further ensure that the views of private company constituents are incorporated into the standard-setting process.
The system enables organizations to drive all interactions based on comprehensive knowledge of constituents and provides a single, interactive system to manage relationships.
Present and future leaders will be comforted by and attracted to the firm that voluntarily undertakes measures to protect constituents.
I was struck by the contrast between the interaction with constituents that I used to have, and the steady stream of lobbyists and professional activists who take up my time at the Capitol," he recalls.
Following its research, the task force recommended that a cooperative effort including representatives of the key constituents of private company financial reporting be undertaken to
That meant establishing a Web-based, self-service solution that constituents could access anytime, form anywhere.
Primary constituents are those benefiting directly from the organization's services--in the case of long term care facilities, residents and their families.
The average increase in casework services to constituents in the past five years is 35%.
Sunday to meet constituents and hear their problems and suggestions.
A site characterization is first performed on a waste unit, which yields the detected constituents and their analytical results within the waste unit media (soil; and if present, surface water and sediment).
In teams of three or four constituents, these CPAs explained AB 1016's nuances and the importance of conformity for California taxpayers.
It is much more difficult to whisk away a Senator or Representative to a golf resort for 10 hours of lobbyist-financed recreation and conversation when that legislator would much prefer to spend weekends in the home district, raising funds for the next election and speaking with constituents.