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1‘the Queen's speech to Parliament’
the Houses of Parliament, Westminster, the House of Commons, the House of Lords, the Commons, the Lords, the House, the Lower House, the Upper House, the Mother of Parliaments
2‘the Russian parliament’
legislature, legislative assembly, congress, senate, chamber, house, upper house, lower house, upper chamber, lower chamber, second chamber, convocation, diet, Council, assembly, Chamber of Deputies
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