promulgator


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(law) one who promulgates laws (announces a law as a way of putting it into execution)

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Under Khamenei's rule, Iran has become the largest promulgator of terrorism worldwide.
The nature of this "collective inheritance" varies depending on time, place and promulgator, but at its core is/was a constellation of traditions, myths, symbols and ideas that posited the superiority or, at the very least, the normative character, of allegedly British values, institutions and history.
While Gao optimistically metaphorizes the mechanical in terms of the natural, Lin metaphorizes the natural in terms of the mechanical, suggesting his sense that humanity has become an overweening presence, the promulgator of a crisis whose reverberations overrun and disconcert even the pattern of nature.
When the poet understands his mission as promulgator of the Latin renaissance, he hears the horses of the Dioskouri neighing, which is to be understood as a symbol of the country's unrestrained will to fight: "Et j'entends les chevaux des Dioscures hennir" (v.
subordinate to the rule's promulgator, whereas not-so-specific
By the middle of the first decade of the new millennium, Michael Porter (2007), promulgator of a highly influential theory on the importance of industry clusters in economic development, called on higher education in general to play a pivotal role in fostering such clusters in regional economies.
38) For the past few decades, the Insurance Services Office (ISO) has been, practically speaking, the exclusive promulgator of the standard CGL policy for the nation.
2006) ("We defer even more broadly to an agency's interpretations of its own regulations than to its interpretation of statutes, because the agency, as the promulgator of the regulation, is particularly well suited to speak to its original intent in adopting the regulation.
1947 A March article mentions three of the Department's giants: George Marshall (of Marshall Plan fame), then Secretary of State; Dean Acheson, future promulgator of much of the Truman Doctrine; and John Peurifoy, known for his role in Cold War policy toward Latin America.
As a promulgator of the theory of disinterestedness, however, Channing adopted a concept of the human mind that was distinctly Lockean.
And there will not be different laws at Rome and at Athens, or different laws now and in the future, but one eternal and unchangeable law will be valid for all nations and all times, and there will be one master and ruler, that is, God, (58) over us all, for he is the author of this law, its promulgator, and its enforcing judge.
The breakthrough film had just won the top award at Sundance, and has since been characterized as a prime promulgator of one noted form of the "personal documentary" film, now typified by the work of Alan Berliner, Judith Helfand, Roberta Solomon, Doug Block and others.