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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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And each professor as a "minister" of his department was also its protector and promulgator.
The Muslim Brotherhood, founded in Egypt in 192S by Hassan al-Banna and informed by the writings of its preeminent theorist, Egyptian Sayyid Qutb (t 906-1 966), has been the most influential promulgator of Islamism in the Sunni world.
One of the points of clarity that I appreciated with Freddie--this is my opinion; I am a little biased--but I was always able to say that you have one promulgator of the rules versus the multiple-investor scenario present with the PLS [private-label mortgage-backed securities).
He attributed George's success as a promulgator to his 'gift of earnest eloquence', 'an impressive facility in argument', 'ardent convictions', 'passionate enthusiasms' and 'the contagious zeal of an evangelist' (Garland 1934, p.
Returning to target-setting, Huchzermeyer argues that the multilateral organisation Cities Alliance, which includes both UN-HABITAT and the World Bank, has been the most effective promulgator of this gospel.
Some 15 insurance representatives testified last month at the Department's hearing on the re promulgator.
The phrase rhetorically moves the portrait away from advertising marital availability to a statement of Elizabeth's rightful inheritance to the English throne and, therefore, her position as the promulgator of English law, with both mottos combining to create and reinforce a pointed statement regarding her duty as the guardian of her country towards its citizens and their religious beliefs.
However, of what avail is this teaching if its promulgator also caught: 'If anyone comes to me without hating his own father and mother .
Freud, in turn, admired Strachey's work, and when Ernest Jones (the chief promulgator of early psychoanalysis in Britain) sought an introduction for Lytton's brother James, Freud was eager to oblige.
II, Constitutio Apostolica Sacrae disciplinae leges, Venerabilibus Fratribus Cardinalibus, Archiepiscopis, Episcopis, Presbyteris, Diaconis ceterisque Populi Dei membris: Codex Iuris Canonici promulgator, 25 ianuarii 1983, Praefatio, Codex Iuris Canonici, Index, in AAS 75/1983, Pars Il, p.
We are guided through Barbauld's life as poet, as pedagogue, as the promulgator of "devotional sensibility" and as political radical.
19, 31 (2001), rules of statutory construction dictate that the promulgator of the rule should avoid language that may merit such an interpretation or otherwise overstep its authority.