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It's a verb that means 'disperse, dissolve, get separated and leave away, thus we have ''Before the Elections Parliament is ordered to dispel, thus Parliament, usually closes one month before National Elections, on basis of Regulation of Parliament, which is issue in turn based on Decree of Law, legalized by President of Republic, of a Democratic country and the relative Order is validated by him/her. We also have phrase ''his doubts were dispelled, when he heard the price of immobile to buy''

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