gazette : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a newspaper or official journal
- v publish in a gazette
- It was Convention Week for the gazette clarion men.
- Robert McCormick Joseph Patterson May 7, 1928 See Larger Cover Cover Story Excerpt: It was Convention Week for the gazette clarion men.
- Joe Biden in San Diego Union Tribune
On the floor of the United States Senate, John spoke out against these offshore tax breaks not long ago. Then while he was in Bermuda, according to the Bermuda World Gazette ...... he started singing a very, very different tune,Biden said
- Kalombo Mwansa in Mail & Guardian Online
The areas that will show positive results will then be demarcated into additional blocks and published in the Government Gazette to invite more bids from petroleum-exploration companies,Mwansa said.
- Michael Nicholson in GISuser.com (press release)
Following the decision in the Court of Appeal in London on 12th August and on the instruction of UK Ministers, I have today signed a proclamation, published in the Gazette, which brings into force the Order in Council suspending parts of the Turks... Wetherell http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wetherell&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGv3PxKnYY8QI3OsO-j0BNaLlOplw Caribbean360.com http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.caribbean360.com/News/Caribbean/Stories/2009/08/14/NEWS0000008493.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFELf7oQPu1qDlOb-YAUYqyCVdDrg Aug 15, 2009
41352 53085 gazetteer We can talk long and loud about the improved accuracy and currency of the gazetteer data and the efficacy of bottom up and top down processes but actually it is the benefits that accrue both locally and nationally that really matter" said...