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Sentence count:235+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-08Updated:2017-03-08
Similar words: constituentconstituteconstitutionconstitutionalunconstitutionalconstitutionalismconstitutional conventionunited states constitutionMeaning: [kən'stɪtjʊənsɪ] n. the body of voters who elect a representative for their area. 
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1, The constituency I live in is a safe Labour seat.
2, Unemployment is high in her constituency.
3, He represents the Essex constituency of Epping Forest.
4, Our constituency covers the city's poorest areas.
5, He owns a house in his Darlington constituency.
6, There is a strong constituency of support for his proposal.
7, The constituency fell to Labour at the last election, after ten years of Conservative rule.
8, In France, farmers are a powerful political constituency.
9, He represents a constituency in the north of England.
10, The marginal Tory constituency was held by 2200 votes in 1992.
11, Big business is his most important constituency.
12, Mr Jones has a natural constituency among steel workers.
13, These people are Labour's natural constituency.
14, He was deselected by his local constituency party because he didn't support the Prime Minister.
15, She was elected to a rural constituency.
16, The trade unions were no longer the constituency of the Labour Party alone.
17, The party needs to appeal to a broader constituency.
18, No constituency should be allowed to have an extraordinarily small electorate on the pretext that it comprises widely dispersed and isolated communities.
19, I represent a constituency very near Westminster and I bring to the House many groups of youngsters from schools.
20, Kensington was now a marginal constituency.
21, In Ruari Quinn's constituency 38,[]270 valid votes were cast.
22, A motion from the Selly Oak constituency says reform is needed to curb health risks and to stop growing violence.
23, But for that to happen it must appeal beyond its core Shia constituency.
24, Many electors undoubtedly withheld votes from some of its constituency candidates because they judged them sure to be defeated.
25, Hofheinz, however, could only go so far in pursuing administrative rationality without risking the alienation of an important constituency.
26, In Britain he has no choice: he must vote for the single constituency candidate that his party has selected.
27, Dole, with farmers and agribusiness at the core of his Kansas constituency, has strongly supported tax credits for ethanol.
28, In 1961, I was fortunate enough to win a by-election in the constituency of Worcester.
29, Mr. Leigh My hon. Friend is a very effective constituency Member.
30, There have been a number of fatalities in my constituency.
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