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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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It is difficult to recount in detail, chapter by chapter, a plan which embraced the whole budget and continued down through the minutest details of administration in order to keep the whole synthetical; but perhaps a slight sketch of the principal reforms will suffice for those who understand such matters, as well as for those who are wholly ignorant of the administrative system.
The rich carried on the administration of the provinces without compensation except that of receiving a peerage under certain conditions.
An administration founded on that basis had come into power since Rabourdin had finished his elaborate plan.
Developing and encouraging the adoption of a common digital business reporting language--not only for tax information but also for the broader class of business reporting information--is the goal of a global, collaborative effort, and it is an effort that tax administrations around the world are joining.
Flights were delayed for two days while Federal Aviation Administrations searched for the source of the problem.
Blanton says documents that administrations fight tooth and nail to suppress--such as the Pentagon Papers, or the infamous August 6, 2001, presidential daily briefing about Osama Bin Laden, or the 56-yeax-old Air Force accident reports whose classification formed the legal basis for withholding information on national security grounds--typically contain little or no truly sensitive information.
The Federal Ministry of the Interior instructs that electronic records also have to meet the requirements for recordkeeping in public administrations, which are prescribed in laws, standing orders, regulations, and instructions.
Three American administrations have now had to grapple with the wreckage of the former Yugoslavia, with little Success.
administrations dismissed any potential strategic threat to the point of coddling Saddam's regime with overt economic subsidies and covert military support.
"Robertson knows that there will not always be Republican administrations that look the other way at discrimination.
"I've been through five Republican administrations, and the effort to communicate with conservatives and to understand our concerns and address our concerns and involve us in the process is the best of any of the Republican administrations, including Ronald Reagan," Weyrich told The New York Times.
Yet calculations of American interests in the Middle East led the Reagan and Bush Administrations to ignore reality, avoid hard decisions, and bend over backward to accommodate Saddam Hussein.
"Conflicting signals from a succession of administrations have led many to be very confused as to what U.S.
Now it is Secretary Brown, 51, who presides over the dizzying array of administrations headed by undersecretaries.
The past two administrations were also notable for an erosion of First Amendment rights, for more government secrecy, censorship, and repression, and for an increasing centralization of power in the executive branch--in short, a drift toward authoritarianism and away from democratic ideals.
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