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Constituent or constituency may refer to:
The people of an area or district who vote for their congressperson and are represented by him/her for the congressional period.
- Electoral district or constituency
- Constituent (politics), an individual voter within an electoral constituency that let the constitution appeal to people
- Interest group or constituency
- Constituent assembly
- entity forming part of a sovereign state:
- Constituency (administrative division), in Namibia and the Canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland.
In the physical sciences
- Constituent quark is a current quark with a covering
- Particle is a small localized object to which can be ascribed several physical properties such as volume or mass.
- Constituent (linguistics), a unit within a hierarchical structure of words.
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