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Synonyms for omnibus

an anthology of articles on a related subject or an anthology of the works of a single author

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providing for many things at once

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By this time, eight years into the Harper ministry, the use of omnibus bills--bills that seek to amend, repeal, or enact several Acts, and which are usually made up of a number of related but separate initiatives (1)--had become routine.
unique challenges of applying severability doctrine to omnibus statutes.
cuando la gente en el omnibus es la misma que veo todas las mananas y
Update your HIPAA privacy notices to reflect the changes made by the Omnibus Rule.
Another very controversial omnibus bill was Prime Minister Trudeau's Bill C-94, The Energy Security Act 1982, that raised the ire of the Progressive Conservative opposition.
Les Americains possedent leur propre definition de << projet de loi omnibus >>.
iTX is a very resilient system and much easier to maintain than the chain of devices it replaces in the conventional automation and transmission solution," said Ian Fletcher, CTO of OmniBus Systems.
The omnibus bill includes $587 million for the COPS program, which is $35 million more than the FY 2007 level.
The ambivalence of nineteenth-century commentators vis-a-vis the omnibus is perfectly captured in Edouard Gourdon's 1842 Physiologie de l'omnibus.
Reflecting their emphasis on health rather than income as a principal content area, most of the health surveys generally rely on one "omnibus" family income question asking about the total family income with one omnibus survey item in the form of either a continuous income amount or a categorical income amount.
The report did state that China's foreign exchange policy was coming dangerously close to violating the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988, but it failed to find any statutes that directly implicated China in intentionally "pegging its currency to the dollar" to hinder trade practices.
Bush on December 8 rolled nine of 13 appropriations bills into one $388 billion omnibus package because Congress refuses to finish its work on time.
Details about the Pell Grant are tucked into Congress' $388 billion omnibus spending bill for 2005, which was passed late last year.
In that response, one reads: 'According to exegetes the Aramaic word, which in Latin is translated "pro multis," means "pro omnibus.
9 billion in transportation projects Congress approved as part of the omnibus bill incorporate only a handful of the projects Southern California leaders say they need.
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