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representative in Parliaments topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrepresentativerep‧re‧sen‧ta‧tive1 /ˌreprɪˈzentətɪv◂/ ●●○ W3 noun [countable]  1 PGREPRESENTsomeone who has been chosen to speak, vote, or make decisions for someone else syn delegate a union representativerepresentative of an elected representative of the people2 Representative
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representativeJapan has refused to send a representative to the talks in Geneva.He was a representative of a mill called Waddells and he had a strange-looking horse-drawn vehicle, square shaped with high sides.A representative from one of these schools can head you in the right direction.A local Celtic representative was there to see Byrne inspire Bangor to a thrilling 2-1 win.At both central and local level of government there are elected representatives and professional administrators and other staff.Most of its people favor accepting; otherwise, its representatives would never bid.Opposition representatives were reduced to protesting outside the premises where the Socialists assumed office.John Kohorn is the company's representative in Prague.Decision making is split between adjudication officers and officers known as Secretary of State's representatives.He has since been joined by his elder brother, Jim, a sales representative.We discussed these issues with a senior representative of the company.the representative from Belgium