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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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Constituent Insights" is another feature Facebook added Wednesday, allowing officials to see which stories their constituents are sharing and which are most important to them.
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CRM allows governments to enhance and personalize service delivery for constituents
The ability to store correspondence from constituents as text or electronic image.
Constituent may also be defined as "a component" or "part of" something.
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With the implementation of Student SEVIS and WedAdvisor, Pratt was able to change the way it did business and provide better services to all constituents, most importantly to its students.
It is critical for success that effective messages be developed, targeted to specific constituents.
In district offices in which casework is a high priority, the staffs usually perform under very heavy loads, often exceeding more than a 100 cases each; they are encouraged to meet all needs of constituents while viewing each case situation as a high priority by exploring all avenues and recourses.
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