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promulgate

proh muhl gayt

  • v  state or announce
  • v  put a law into effect by formal declaration

  • The leader wished to promulgate the message across the country that the government had bowed down before terrorists and anarchists.
  • The White House has launched an aggressive PR campaign to promulgate a more positive view.
  • We could explore market solutions to public problems and together we could promulgate a manifesto on free trade.
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    Tucker, GA—In a 2010 settlement agreement to a lawsuit brought by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) and partners, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) agreed, among other things, to promulgate a new national Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) rule to address pollution discharges from livestock and poultry farms.
    June 11, 2013 - Grainnet.com
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  • Jerry Brown in International Herald Tribune
    We want the EPA to take their head out of the sand and actively promulgate rules to reduce greenhouse gas emissions,California Attorney General Jerry Brown told The Associated Press. "The EPA has taken a very passive and unimaginative...
  • Ricky Martin in International Herald Tribune
    My convictions of peace and life go beyond any government and political agenda and as long as I have a voice onstage and offstage, I will always condemn war and those who promulgate it,Martin said about his action in an e-mail statement sent...
  • AK Antony in Economic Times
    The current review in the procurement policy aims at promoting and facilitating Indian industry and transparency and integrity in defence acquisitions. We have reviewed it and are ready to promulgate DPP-2009 with effect from Nov 1,Antony...

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