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mandate

An order or edict to perform a particular task.

mandate

(măn′dāt)
1. A legal, ethical, or political requirement to execute actions or orders.
2. An order from a higher authority to an officer of a lower court.
mandatory, adjective
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Gibbs, a former longtime advisor to President Barack Obama, noted there aren't many employers who fall into the mandate window.
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44 allows an appellate court to recall its own mandate within 120 days after the mandate has been issued.
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