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Such requirements are mandatory and meaningful, while constituency statutes are mushy.
While our memberships and those of the rest of the coalition represent a range of constituencies and interests, we are united in our commitment to demand a better deal for the working-class families of San Diego.
So, this is the moment now to get out there and start engaging the many different constituencies that we would want to get vaccinated that may have questions.
Multicultural consumers no longer represent sleeping-giant constituencies, as they develop and refine the framework of identities to our modern communities.
I think he’s lived up to promises to the coal plants and various other energy-industry constituencies to dial back environmental regulation.
Dining the eminent members of my constituency on horse-meat, under the delusion that what is good for chickens is good for votes.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
We have a very conservative, fastidious, and sophisticated constituency; and this is one of the limitations by which we are bound.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
Seven of these boroughs had sent reformers to parliament, and eight possessed an open constituency.
Every man did his best, and the circulation statements as published monthly indicated a widening constituency.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
It might be different if you had the local backing of your constituency—the people served by the Short Line.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE

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