See also:act of dissolving or reducing to constituent parts, especially of the bringing to an end an association such as a
See also:partnership or
See also:building society, and particularly of the termination of an
See also:assembly . A dissolution of parliament in England is thus the end of its existence, brought about by the efflux of
See also:time in accordance with the Septennial Act 1716, or by an exercise of the royal
See also:prerogative . This is done either in
See also:person, or by commission, if parliament is sitting; if prorogued, then by proclamation . The word is used as a synonym for end or
See also:death .
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