proclaim


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Synonyms for proclaim

Synonyms for proclaim

to bring to public notice or make known publicly

to make known the presence or arrival of

Synonyms for proclaim

declare formally

Related Words

state or announce

affirm or declare as an attribute or quality of

praise, glorify, or honor

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In a 6-figure deal, Copley Clark will be rolling out ready-to-go Proclaim Case Management solutions across a number of departments including Conveyancing and Probate to provide a one-stop desktop application for fee earners.
Following its win in Australia, Eclipse Legal Systems have secured the contract to adopt its Proclaim Practice Management Software solution closer to home at Ringrose Law.
Hello, Andrew: First, I believe we proclaim our trust in Jesus when we find the humility, courage, stamina and faith to get out of bed and face the joys, the sorrows, the slog and the excitement of each day.
16% of the total votes cast counted, they decided to proclaim Estrada because his wide margin will not change.
For the people of the new covenant, "Pascal victim" and "Pascal bread" proclaim their own deliverance and call them to the same witness of responsive obedience: "By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another" (Jn 13:35).
While in the context of a theology of proclamation the exact perimeters and content of what it means to be a Jew or a Christian or (any believer for that matter) are always fluid, a Jew or a Christian's identity derives from her desire to proclaim God on the one hand and proclaim God in and through the language of her tradition as this develops and changes through history.
According to a small but growing number of today's televangelists and megachurch pastors, the Good News Jesus came to proclaim is that God means for all of us to be rich--or at least very prosperous.
In the Word made flesh communication itself takes on its most profound saving meaning: thus, in the Holy Spirit, the human being is given the capacity to receive salvation, and to proclaim and give witness to it before the world.
Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land: A History of Church and State in America.
The Helsinki accords proclaim fundamental individual rights and the concomitant principle that these rights can't be imposed by violating the principle of national sovereignty.
I am happy to read that Charles Kaiser is alive and well and living in Paris, where he can proclaim how much he loathes the president [Last Word, April 1].
We must proclaim proletarian reality in all its disgusting ugliness, with its indictment of society and its demand for revenge," declared Edwin Hoernle, a comrade of the worker photographers.
In terms of federal involvement, conservationists achieved their greatest breakthrough in 1891 with the passage by Congress of the Forest Reserve Act, which empowered the president to proclaim forest "reserves"--later renamed national forests--on the nation's public lands.
New start-up firm, Virtus Law Ltd, is implementing the Law Society Endorsed Proclaim Practice Management solution from Eclipse Legal Systems.
Like Isaiah, he now is sent to proclaim a word that not everyone welcomes but that gives life.