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    Question Meaning of idiom

    I'd like to ask what is the meaning of expression " blackburn constituency"
    ( if I spell it right) I can't find it

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    Re: Meaning of idiom

    The residents of an electoral district named Blackburn ?

    Blackburn:
    A borough of northwest England north-northwest of Manchester. The city's textile industry dates to the early 17th century. Population, 141,700.


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    Re: Meaning of idiom

    Hi, Alex,
    It's not an idiom. Blackburn is a city in Britain. Constituency deals with elections.
    Cheers

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