dissolution

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  • No further dissolution shall take place within a year following this election.
  • The elections are held every five years after dissolution of parliament by the king.
  • The elections are held every five years after dissolution of parliament by the King.
  • Following a double dissolution half the state senators serve only three-year terms.
  • From that date until the dissolution of the county government, it was the only county seat.
  • Many others began to leave as well, though the dissolution of the farm was slow.
  • A general election shall take place not less than twenty days and not more than forty days after the dissolution.
  • General elections must be held within sixty days of the dissolution of parliament.
  • When parliament met the government was defeated and a dissolution was granted.
  • Throughout the next century, there was a strong expansion of national culture and a dissolution in central authority.
  • As such, its economy was largely state-owned prior to dissolution of that federation.
  • The house charged him to bring in a bill for the dissolution of the Long parliament.
  • However, a full plan or schedule of the system's dissolution has not yet been presented.
  • Using this approach, stone dissolution rate can be expected to be around of stone radius per month.
  • After the dissolution of Faith No More, the members went on to numerous different projects.
  • Many users experience a dissolution between themselves and the "outside world".
  • He retained absolute control over the country after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
  • Oklahoma law provides for the dissolution of towns under certain circumstances, including the lack of recent elections.
  • The dissolution only takes effect when the new House meets, to avoid a period without representation.
  • Its dissolution in water is strongly exothermic, meaning the process gives off significant heat.
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Meaning of dissolution

  • noun Separation into component parts
  • noun The termination or disintegration of a relationship (between persons or nations)