- n. Plural form of constituent.
“So trying to pressure Shelby through his constituents is a non-starter.”
“Cash in hand I would hang him for, but satisfying his constituents is his job.”
“Their fealty to their corporate owners at the expense of their constituents is appalling and should be apparent to voters, but teabaggers are a little dense — it may take some time for them to realize they have been screwed — after all, they get their news from Fox.”
“If someone wants to cheat on their spouse, that's their business, but cheating on your constituents is another matter, and misrepresenting yourself is just that, to say nothing of the alleged misappropriation of state funds.”
“Hintikka defined what he called constituents, which, like maximal conjunctions, are jointly exhaustive and mutually exclusive.”
“For a public servant to say he refuses to debate isuues of political concern to his constituents is a disgrace.”
“Among Edwards's constituents is former President George W. Bush, who is registered to vote at his Crawford ranch.”
“And that could be for whatever reason, and certainly need not be ideological per se (e.g., it could be a partisan calculation, or something peculiar to certain constituents, or so on).”
“Thank you Mr. Johnston for making it clear to all Americans what Sara Palin quitting on all Alaskans, her constituents, is all about. makesUwonder”
“Discussing important local andnational issues with constituents is one of the most important parts of my job, and I want to thank the thousands of people who joined these discussions.”
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