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Synonyms for edict

Synonyms for edict

a principle governing affairs within or among political units

an authoritative or official decision, especially one made by a court

Synonyms for edict

a formal or authoritative proclamation

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Al-Mutlaq is one of the few people that the government allows to issue religious edicts, and his comments were taken as a further sign of expansions of freedom for Saudi women that have been rolled out recently.
Under the edict, lawyers' offices, foreign legal offices and firms are required to verify the information provided by their clients as well people who request legal opinion regarding the powers of attorney, and provide the follow-up unit with any suspicious information.
The edict also specifies that bishops accused in cases involving deity-ta graviora are to have their appeal heard by the full Vatican congregation and not only the new commission.
The Bodh Gaya copper-plate edict of King Aiokavalla (Ashokachalla), dated to the 12th century CE, records an ass and pig curse at the end, along with an image.
Asoka was meticulous in making Dharma concrete in the domain of human relations, which is obvious in several of his edicts.
The fourth edict appoints Ibtisam Abdulla Khalaf director of fisheries at the Municipalities and Urban Planning Affairs Ministry.
Akal Takht edict has directed CM Parkash Singh Badal and SAD president Sukhbir Singh to meet the President and seek an " unconditional release" of Babbar Khalsa militant Balwant Singh Rajoana
In conjunction with the closing, the lawsuit filed by Gavis Pharma LLC, a former shareholder of Edict, was settled by the payment of a portion of the closing proceeds to Gavis by an Edict shareholder.
IV) Scripts (tehreer):Excluding the Major Rock Edict - VII, composed in Kharoshti, popularly read by the Central Asian inhabitants, remaining i.
The edict issued by Pope Pius VI has been described by some scholars as one of the blackest pages in human history.
26 August 2010 - Indian credit rating agency ICRA rated yesterday at LBB with a "stable" outlook and at A4 the bank facilities of local Edict Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd.
27 (ANI): The Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) has issued an edict forbidding children, pregnant women and MUI members from smoking.
An edict should be based on knowledge, logic and reason," she said.
He said the commission was implementing a decision taken a month ago by the acting governor of the capital, Prince Sattam bin Abdul Aziz, adding that it follows an old edict issued by the supreme council of Saudi scholars.
The basis for EDICT was to identify tools designed for recruitment, retention, and return as well as provide resources.