promulgation


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Synonyms for promulgation

Synonyms for promulgation

a public statement containing information about an event that has happened or is going to happen

the official announcement of a new law or ordinance whereby the law or ordinance is put into effect

the formal act of proclaiming

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The Prime Minister shall enforce the decree which takes effect on the date of its promulgation in the Official Gazette.
Musharraf had earlier said that all political parties were taken on board by him before the promulgation of the NRO.
The promulgation follows the agreement's unanimous ratification by the Republic of Guinea's National Assembly on May 19, 2005.
We Catholics should steer clear of practising the promulgation of atrocity stories; particularly those originating within the fog and passions of an extraordinarily savage war, on all sides.
A former county jail detainee filed an action against a former county sheriff, alleging violations of her constitutional rights arising out of the sheriff's promulgation of a set of detainee rules for the county jail.
Plans for data and/or reagent sharing and promulgation of results will be integral to the applications.
The seasoning and promulgation of a strong body of international accounting standards will come only with strong corporate participation.
This is the worst kind of political campaigning, the worst promulgation of falsehood at the last minutes, especially in using words and images that appeal to the base elements.
Prior to the recent promulgation of the overlap rule, when Acquiring was a member of a consolidated group that acquired the assets of a nonmember Target in a tax-free asset acquisition, the absorption of the Target losses was subject to a SRLY limit, computed with reference to Acquiring's contribution to consolidated taxable income.
In fact, a international professional organization recently ranked the promulgation of standards among the top 10 engineering accomplishments of the last century.
Promulgation refers to the publication and circulation of laws.
The shadow university, with its shadow curriculum, dominates freshman orientation, residential programming, extracurricular student life, the promulgation of codes, and regulations, and the administration of what passes, on our campuses, for justice.
2 (d), "The proposal, promulgation, or revision of national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards shall not prohibit any state or Indian country from establishing ambient air quality standards for that state or area under a tribal CAA program or any portion thereof which are more stringent than the national standards").
A supplementary clause in the package of three laws allows the government to put into effect by decree the wiretapping law within one year of its promulgation.
Such concerns are especially evident in Kennedy's examination of the ideological factors underlining Bembo's promulgation of Petrarch - a refreshing change from the formal analyses which mark Italian treatments of the Prose della volgar lingua - and his discussion of Louise Labe's Petrarchism, which incorporates aspects of Latin amatory verse, in order to explore a more openly erotic treatment of love.