Asked in History, Politics & Society
How does a senators constituency differ from that of a typical member of the house?
A senator's constituents are the residents of the entire state they are senator of. A congressperson's (a member of the house's) constituents are the residents of their district. This is sometimes an entire state, but most often not. ...
Can you visit Big Ben?
Visiting Big Ben There is a guided tour of the clock tower. It is only available to UK residents and must be booked in advance through their constituency Member of Parliament. Children under the age of 11 are not permitted and there is no facility for overseas tourists to take the tour. ...
Asked in American Express
What are the benefits of being an American Express member?
American Express member can enjoy several benefits. One of the benefits are rewards points that can be used for travel. American Express cards are available in Green, Platinum and Gold, each one containing different benefits with each card. ...
Asked in Moshi Monsters
What are the benefits of being a Hilton Honors member?
The benefits of being a Hilton Honors member are the reservations, top suites, and all kinds of special treatment but the catch is that membership will cost you. ...
Asked in History of the United States, US Congress
How many Americans did a member of the first house represent?
Based on the numbers of Representatives given in the Constitution to be used until the first census and the numbers of residents counted in the Census of 1790, it ranged from 27,516 Georgia residents to 78,750 North Carolina residents. ...
Asked in Money Management, World War 2, Loans
Under what circumstances does the IMF offer an Extended Fund Facility loan to a member country?
The Extended Fund Facility loan is used to correct structural problems with maturities of greater length, ...
Is there any way for an enlisted air force member to receive an officer commission while working on their bachelor's degree and still receive military pay and benefits?
Try to transfer to the Air national Guard.
Asked in Health
What services does Neighborhood Health Plan provide?
Neighborhood Health Plan provides many different services and benefits. These include medical benefits, mental health benefits, pharmacy benefits, dental benefits, and member programs. ...
Asked in New York
How many satff member are there working directly in the secretary general in new york?
How many satff member are there working directly in the secretary general in new york ...
Asked in Education
Where would you get information on how to talk to someone about your husband benefits he is deceased service member from North Carolina you have already used your education benefits want to use his?
Answering "Where would you get information on how to talk to someone about your husband benefits he is deceased service member from North Carolina you have already used your education benefits want to use his?" ...
Asked in Frequent Flyer Programs
What are the main benefits of becoming a member of the Aadvantage program with AA com?
The main benefits of becoming a member of AA's AAdavantage program is the frequent flyer points that can be earned. It is a loyalty program launched in 1981. ...
Asked in Disney
What benefits are there to becoming a member of the Disney Vacation Club?
The benefits of becoming a member of the Disney Vacation Club include free Disney movie DVDs, membership to the Disney book club, and discounted tickets. ...
Asked in Genealogy
How can you find out if a family member took benefits that belonged to your mother?
If you can't ask your mother whether someone took benefits that belonged to her, you will have to figure out what benefits were due her, and who received them. ...
Asked in Definitions, Comparisons
What is the definition of ombudsman?
An ombudsman is someone who advocates for another person. For example, I work with ombudsman who advocate for nursing facility residents. The ombudsman tries to resolve complaints presented to them by nursing facility residents and their families. Additionally, the ombudsman ensures that a resident's rights are protected. Ombudsman 1. Originally government official appointed to act as a representative for citizen complaints and queries concerning governmental activities. 2. Any organizational official who serves to channel any outside or inside complaints or questions concerning an organization....
Im a member of WikiAnswers how do you chat with other members?
There is no chat facility but there are forums. See the bottom of the blue bar to the left. ...
Is Gordon Brown still in Parliament working for the Government?
He is still a member of the Labour Party and Member of Parliament for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath. As a Labour MP he is not working for the Government which is a coalition of Conservatives and Liberals. ...
How much would a widow of a retired navy captain draw monthly?
Nothing - once the service member is deceased, all benefits cease. The only exception is if the member was killed in action (KIA) - in that instance, survivor's benefits apply. ...