|(Canada) member of the legislative assembly||MNA (Member of the National Assembly)|
|(in ancient Greece) political assembly; marketplace or public square used for public assemblies, coin worth an agora, Israeli currency unit||agora|
|, , ,(new zealand) residence, component or assembly of components, discrete part, drug amount, group of military personnel, group with specific function, measure of academic instruction, measurement, natural number, number less than ten, one person, th...||unit|
|act of making laws, legislation, legislative, of lawmaking||lawgiving|
|act of making, concocting lies, counterfeit, fake, forgery; lie, falsehood, fable; assembly, manufacture; invention, untruth||fabrication|
|act of mustering; military enrollment; assembly; gathering up; list of names in a military unit, assemble people, call up something, gather people or things, gather together, assemble for action or ceremonial purposes, collect, gathering or collection,...||muster|
|act of resting on the legs and buttocks; act of being settled in a seat; seat; portrait session; incubation (of birds); eggs which are incubated by a bird; period during which a legislative body is in session, in office, incubation of eggs, period of b...||sitting|
|action taken, step; unit of size or capacity; criterion; device for measuring; amount, degree, extent; system of measuring; meter, cadence; legislative bill or act; prescribed distance or quantity, adjust for effect, assess effect or quality, bar, be a...||measure|
|allocation, allocation of taxes, allotment, distribution of legislative seats||apportionment|
|ancient Greek assembly, congregation or church||ecclesia|
|ancient Roman assembly||comitia|
|ancient Roman assembly, legislative body, parliament, legislature, council of citizens with lawmaking and deliberative functions (esp. the U.S. Senate); house of parliament, building or hall in which a legislative body meets (esp. the chamber of the U....||senate|
|Anglican diocesan court, assembly of cardinals and Pope, congregational governing body, council of clergymen, historical council or assembly, regulatory court in Lutheran churches||consistory|
|Anglo-Saxon assembly||gemot; gemote|
|appointment of clergy, assembly of pages in order, comparison of information, light meal, reading of religious text, small or light meal; comparison or criticism (of literary works), technical description of book||collation|
|area organization of churches, conferring of something, discussion; meeting; convention, meeting for lectures and discussion, meeting for serious discussion, meeting of representatives of organization, meeting of two legislative committees, sports league||conference|
|artistic arrangement of miscellaneous items, collection, gathering of people, assembly of people; collection; accumulation, gathering together||assemblage|
|assembly in Holy Roman Empire, controlled intake of food, court session in Scotland, designed or promoted for weight loss, eat less, legislative assembly, limit the amount of food eaten; eat only certain kinds of food, nourishment, food and drink; regi...||diet|
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