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citizenry

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcitizenrycit‧i‧zen‧ry /ˈsɪtəzənri/ noun [uncountable] formal 🔊 🔊 COUNTRY/NATIONall the citizens in a particular town, country, or state
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citizenryWhat puzzles most researchers is just why the area in southwestern Colorado was abruptly abandoned by its ancient citizenry.All new-media producers claim their information streams and interactive features make for an engaged, informed citizenry.Crucially, however, incorporation into the upper reaches of strategy-making is offered only to representatives of the respectable citizenry.A persuasive argument that democracy can and should be based on active and extensive participation by the citizenry.In all three countries, the citizenry occasionally votes, which can result in turnover within the national legislature.
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