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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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ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Friday directed constitution of four new ministries and their constituent divisions.
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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.
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Hamadi Jebali, Ennahdha member in the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) and candidate for Prime Minister in the Interim Government, said that the role of the opposition "will be guaranteed".
5] constituent data from June 2002 through July 2007.
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.
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The remark is in jest, but highlights a serious challenge: How do you deal with the tremendous volume of contacts, constituent calls, legislation and other concerns that rapidly pile up?
So, for example, depending on what district, city/town, or state you live in, you are a constituent of a City Mayor or Town Supervisor, several City Council members, several County Legislators, one State Senator, one State Assemblyperson, one Congressperson, two U.
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