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voter

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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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The government had amended Article 367 and added clause 4 under which 'Constituent Assembly' was replaced with the 'Legislative Assembly'.
Ro Khanna (D-CA) is a winner for the 2019 Democracy Awards, CMFs honors program recognizing non-legislative achievement in operations and constituent service by congressional offices and Members of Congress.
The politician, who represents Paisley and Renfrewshire South, asked Theresa May if it was "right" that her constituent was made to arrange a new appointment.
The respondents regaled us with stories about the services they provided to constituents, from the tale about the constituent who requested help from their MLA to heat their budgie's cage during the winter to the MLA who received a call from a woman about a blocked toilet.
Charter change moves in the Senate look to be as good as dead despite Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo's assurance of separate voting in a constituent assembly.
As Shah stepped out of his residence, a constituent questioned him about what he did for the people.
Per the Index's methodology guide, a constituent change due to a distribution cut will take place on the latter of the distribution ex-date or the last business day of the week that is at least five business days after the day on which the announcement is made.
I AM a constituent of two Assembly members, one is the member for Wrecsam, the other is Mr Mark Isherwood, the member for North Wales, who said it would be good for North Wales if the UK left the EU.
I AM a constituent of two Assembly members, one is the member for Wrecsam, the other is Mr Mark Isherwood, the member for North Wales who said it would be good for North Wales if the UK left the EU.
I will suggest, first, that the doctrine has an uneasy relationship with conservative and radical democratic notions of constitutionalism; second, that the distinction between the secondary and primary constituent power, defended through the book, is difficult to sustain in some contexts; and, third, that given the fact that most constitutions do not authorise their own democratic replacement, the judicial enforcement of the doctrine can only be justified exceptionally.
Constituent badges are a feature users can turn on or off to let elected officials know they're one of the people that elected official is representing.
Gagne & Spalding (2014a) found that production was more difficult for compounds with opaque first constituents; it took longer to type the first letter of the word for compounds with an opaque first constituent than for compounds with a transparent first constituent.
TUNIS, (TAP) - The Nidaa Tounes constituent committee, held Thursday, was attached to organise the party congress by the end of 2015, without however specifying if it is a constituent or electoral congress.
Guidelines regarding democracy and constituent power
For the 241 locations with P[M.sub.2.5] constituent data available, 1.2 million deaths occurred among 7.5 million enrollees approximately living in 3,425 ZIP codes.