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In the broadest sense, an organisation empowered to create and enforce law, and to manage (administer) an area of land, a specific group of people, or an association.
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The constitutional analysis of governmentally compelled speech, however, is considerably more complicated, and, unfortunately, the Court has failed to provide a coherent theoretical explanation of its decisions on the subject.
Other private, governmentally independent charitable trusts for collegiate-level learning later emerged in Europe and America.
Critically, what it would not do was what the Hoover administration so energetically attempted to do a decade later: There would be no federally led drive to maintain nominal wage rates and no governmentally orchestrated work sharing.
How many jobs will soon be restricted to people with governmentally approved beliefs?
Democrats will have a difficult time gaining public support if all they can rely on is their standard Robin Flood politics of taking money from the rich and governmentally distributing it to the poor.
Nor does his use of "body politic" cast much light on how Elizabeth may have portrayed her personal, female self as governmentally and symbolically male.
Many issues raised by the author could be eliminated by the adoption of governmentally performed audits, but those of us who have dealt with governmentally performed audits can testify that they are not a solution to subliminal lack of objectivity.
Lyon city/commune has less than city/commune has less than L half Birmingham's population, but governmentally it can be visualised as the filling in the metaphorical sandwich of triple devolution that council leader Sir Albert Bore likes talking about.
The law is effective throughout New York and makes no exceptions for premises that are governmentally regulated or run.
The range topping all-wheeldrive KX-4 musters under 40mpg on average and puts out 189g/km of carbon for which you will be governmentally spanked to the tune of PS485 per annum.
Taking a case to court in China, especially with a governmentally related defendant, is fraught with uncertainty," Feinerman said.
"But I think we should accept that the point's going to come at which politically we may be together governmentally, Sir Menzies (Ming) Campbell but politically we're going to start - well it's started with differentiation - moving away from each other.

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