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constituent

1. having the power to frame a constitution or to constitute a government (esp in the phrases constituent assembly, constituent power)
2. Becoming rare electing or having the power to elect
3. a resident of a constituency, esp one entitled to vote
4. Chiefly law a person who appoints another to act for him, as by power of attorney

constituent

[kən′stich·ə·wənt]
(science and technology)
An essential part or component of a system or group: examples are an ingredient of a chemical system, or a component of an alloy.
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Facebook announced Wednesday it is rolling out several tools to the social media site to help elected officials better connect with their constituents and to learn more about them.
Bradley 1980, Butterworth 1983, Manelis & Tharp 1977) and others have taken the opposite stance and argue that words are accessed via their morphological constituents (e.
Constituents could include but are not limited to prospective students, current students, staff, alumni, donors, and external groups.
5])] and cardiovascular mortality have been reported by multiple studies, but associations with specific constituents of [PM.
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.
Ability to store more than one contact person per case (allows you to record others involved with the case, whether they are constituents or people helping you to resolve the case).
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.
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