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Promulgate

To officially announce, to publish, to make known to the public; to formally announce a statute or a decision by a court.

promulgate

verb air, announce, annunciate, blaze, blazon, bring into the open, broadcast, bruit, circulate, communicate, declare, disclose, disseminate, divulge, emit, enounce, give currency, give notice of, give publicity to, hawk about, herald, issue, make known, notify, promulgare, propagate, publicize, publish, report, reveal, set forth, spread, spread abroad, vent
Associated concepts: promulgate a law, promulgate a rule
Foreign phrases: Non obligat lex nisi promulgata.A law is not obligatory unless it is promulgated.
See also: adduce, annunciate, bear, circulate, communicate, convey, decree, diffuse, disclose, disseminate, divulge, enunciate, herald, inform, issue, notify, posit, proclaim, propagate, publish, report, reveal, signify, spread
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It said it was launching punitive action against Nepal's major parties and the latter's "paid" MPs for their failure to promulgate the much-awaited new constitution by May 28.
Manama: Bahrain's government on Tuesday withdrew the personal status draft law from the lower house, a move likely to anger activists who have been pressuring MPs to promulgate it despite strong opposition from religious leaders.
Designated the PCAOB as a body with the authority to promulgate auditing standards as well as attestation, quality control, ethics, independence and other standards related to the preparation and issuance of audit reports for issuers.
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In 1994, moved in part by the plight of priestless parishes, Milwaukee became the first diocese in the United States to promulgate guidelines for lay preaching.
However, to the extent that the final rule clarifies or interprets certain provisions, and exercises the Secretary's authority to promulgate additional exceptions through regulations,.
Therefore in the light of aforementioned the KPK Govt; needs to review and update the available mineral related fiscal and regulatory regimes of the Province within the framework of the NMP in vogue, gain the confidence of the national and multinational mineral sector investors and other related clusters associated with the minerals and with the concurrence of the Federal Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources Islamabad, promulgate the same through appropriate Acts of law.
Order has also been issued for expediting the legislation process and directives have been issued to promulgate the ordinance.
21 ( ANI ): The Maharashtra Government today decided to promulgate an ordinance to enact a long-pending bill to eradicate black magic, blind faith and superstitious beliefs.
3) How could Paul VI promulgate a "New Mass" that contains a Consecration of the Wine that Pope Saint Plus V would most certainly have declared invalid?
Further, due to the interrelationship of the three LDR factors, including the (now-defunct) DLF, it decided to promulgate interim regulations to govern sales of consolidated group members' stock at a loss.
The United States Supreme Court held that the BOP had the discretion, under the governing federal statute, to promulgate a regulation that categorically denies early release to prisoners whose felonies involved the use of a firearm.