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constituent

(Member), noun associate, colleague, constituency, fellow resident, resident, resident of the same district, resident voter, voter

constituent

(Part), noun balloter, component, commonent part, division, element, elementum, factor, feature, fraction, fragment, included, ingredient, installment, integral part, integrant, integrant part, one of, pars, part, part and parcel, particle, piece, section, sector, segment, subdivision
Associated concepts: constituent elements, constituent members, constituent parts
See also: characteristic, component, element, factor, feature, ingredient, integral, item, member, part, portion, segment, substantive, unit

CONSTITUENT. He who gives authority to another to act for him. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 893.
     2. The constituent is bound with whatever his attorney does by virtue of his authority. The electors of a member of the legislature are his constituents, to whom he is responsible for his legislative acts.

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Ministry of Water Resources would have one constituent division; Water Resources Division.
To activate your constituent badge you can go to the Town Hall section of Facebook, this is listed along the left side of your home page under "Explore," if you're on the web platform.
In each of these approaches, priming with words that are semantically related to a constituent should result in faster processing for the compound when the constituent is semantically transparent but not when the constituent is opaque.
One of the key drivers is the surge in government contact centers for constituent inquiries, such as the numerous non-emergency contact center initiatives which have been rolled out across North America and Europe.
You may not find all the features that you want in a single package, but remember the bottom line: The software must ensure you never forget an incomplete constituent call.
We, as their constituents, are responsible for voting (or not voting) them into office, as our "representatives".
The company's new data integration process between the offline data repository and the online data collection provides an efficient, cost-effective and tightly integrated solution for capturing real-time constituent information and importing that data into an existing constituent database such as Raiser's Edge(R).
Pratt also implemented WebAdvisor, Datatel's Web-access solution, to provide a higher level of constituent service.
Some congressional offices place a high priority on direct constituent services, while others place less of a priority on it.
The Marvin Braude San Fernando Valley Constituent Service Center stands as a testament to the convenient forgetfulness common in the political class once the TV cameras and reporters are gone.
Resolution to Revise Bylaws and Standing Rules To Allow Separate Membership for Constituent Societies and the FSCT
Constituent organizations nominate 11 of the 16 seats, with the rest consisting of "at-large" seats appointed directly by the trustees.