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authoritative control over the affairs of others

the continuous exercise of authority over a political unit

the giving of a medication, especially by prescribed dosage

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Irinotecan 20 mg / ml - 15 ml for intravenous administration,
Lost in all the discussion about the lies and falsehoods used to justify this tragic war is the little-known determination of top Bush administration officials to attack Iraq before the 9/11 tragedy.
That's what we've been witnessing with the witch hunt against The New York Times, which was just doing its job in exposing the wholesale gathering of private financial data by the Bush Administration without a warrant.
The NSA had intercepted phone calls and e-mails of those delegations whose votes the administration sought in its push for the invasion Iraq--an obvious attempt to manipulate them into voting for the pro-war resolution.
The Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) identified a number of contract administration concerns in A Guide to Best Practices for Contract Administration by stating, "The technical administration of government contracts is an essential activity.
The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a pay freeze for current air traffic controllers and lower pay for new hires.
In its first term, the Bush administration exercised unusual restraint in producing new regulations.
The Bush administration flatly refused to consider carbon caps, while Democrats and environmentalists were just as adamant that multi-pollutant legislation had to include carbon dioxide restrictions.
Administration expenses, however, will not be allowed for a longer period than the executor is reasonably required to retain the property.
We're part of the administration and we support the governor.
To a significant degree, it seems Congress has deferred to the Administration to demonstrate and test its leadership, particularly as President Bush decided to go to war.
While the administration continues to advocate for the faith-based initiative, it does so while quietly concentrating on partisan political goals in the 2002 election.
Before and after September 11, the Administration has attempted to redefine the real racists and control the debate to build public support for its actions.
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