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  1. a benefit, bonus, extra (fordel)
  2. to process, to work on
  3. a lavour union
  4. person in power
  5. to allocate
  6. to issue
  7. to liberalize
  8. to judge
  9. to contradict
  10. participant
  11. to encompass
  12. citizens
  13. to support (financially)
  14. to suceed
  15. to designate
  16. unity
  17. to delegate
  18. main salary negotiation between unions and state
  19. includes the entirety of a country/comprehensive
  20. a comment
  21. asylum
  22. initially, from the outset
  23. to face
  24. a campaign
  25. when it applies
  26. to restore
  27. scope of responsibility
  28. a duty
  29. to practice (law, medicine, ect)
  30. allocation
  31. to take part in
  32. given (ie. given the situation....)
  33. to provide svcs
  34. to be brought to trial
  35. city court judge in the country
  36. development aid
  37. to rule, to control
  38. criminal
  39. continutity
  40. indigenous population
  41. to create, devlop, prepare
  42. to notify/to call
  43. to overturn, to repeal
  44. Have asked the question
  45. a trial
  46. to commit oneself
  47. to impose
  48. to sign off on, to be in agreement
  49. civil disobedience
  50. to persuade
  51. progress (see also: fremskritt)
  52. to read up on
  53. lobbying
  54. to reassign
    to migrate (work)
  55. elected position (position of confidence)
  56. to provide (services)
  57. to meet terms, to agree to
  58. a decision (2)
  59. a business
  60. an arrest warrent
  61. to break with
  62. a falsehood
  63. succession
  64. to counteract
  65. elected representative
  66. to decide (2)
  67. "vote for this/do this or we leave"
  68. the court
  69. to second (a motion)
    to begin a new job
  70. to apply to
    to be in force
  71. to show favoritism
  72. a request
  73. family reunification
  74. to administrate
  75. public/community/society
  76. to run out of
  77. none the less
  78. economic support
  79. parlimentarism
  80. to strike
  81. human rights declaration
  82. to grant
  83. to commit (a crime, suicide, ect)
  84. to discuss
  85. to go public
  86. border
  87. ombudsman
  88. unemployment
  89. to be tasked with
  90. gender equality
  91. recruiting
  92. to enter into force
  93. to get access to (if you are allowed)
  94. the accused
  95. eligible voter
  96. allegedly
  97. to be obligated to
  98. a judge
  99. forced resignation
  100. to hand out
    to disclose
  101. violation of the law
  102. to charge (with a crime)
    to address (how you address someone
  103. to highlight, to emphasize
  104. citizenship
  105. an intention
  106. protection
  107. stance
  108. to serve one's time
  109. to establish as true
  110. form
  111. gov't administration
  112. to arrest
  113. supervision
  114. ideological basis, basic attitude
  115. to band with
  116. to accuse
  117. compromise friendly politics
  118. to set aside
    to remove from office
  119. to investigate
  120. investment area
  121. to expand
  122. contradiction
  123. an agenda
  124. under the penal code
  125. sole right
  126. in foreign countries
  127. employment
  128. to veto
  129. aid
  130. to spearhead, to font (an issue)
  131. respectively
  132. adequately/adequate
  133. interrogation
  134. constitution (2)