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constituency

1. the whole body of voters who elect one representative to a legislature or all the residents represented by one deputy
2. 
a. a district that sends one representative to a legislature
b. (as modifier): constituency organization
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Citizen Help Map is a very helpful application for locating public buildings or political districts, displaying 10 different political districts and 13 different types of facilities.
Constant updating and further development of the program of measures of the "integrated action concept schnwalde ii_ thousand thousand" as well as coordination with the inhabitants, Central actors of the district, City administration, Funding agencies and political district representation.
In a related move, anti-military base protesters launched a four-day sit-down through Friday near the parliamentary building in Tokyo's Nagatacho political district with around 150 people participating, according to the organizers.
It's not rare for Texas to face lawsuits over redistricting, the once-per-decade process of redrawing political district lines to account for changing populations.
On her husband's well-known nickname ''alien'' that was apparently given to him by the residents of the Nagatacho political district of Tokyo, she said she believes it is a product of old-style politicians.
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The state and minority rights groups have been squabbling for six years over new political district boundaries drawn following the 2010 census.
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Main features: This contract is for the social and professional integration of young people 18 to 25 years the City of Strasbourg, primarily living in political district of the city, meeting with access to employment difficulties.
Car dealers remain one of the strongest lobbies in the Texas Capitol, in large measure because they are big economic players in every town, city and political district in the state.
Cranmer indicated that "EPUD tried on multiple occasions to true up the boundaries through annexation of properties outside our political district.
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