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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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1) National People's Congress and its Standing Committee: The PRC Constitution states that the NPC is the ultimate promulgator of jiben falu, falu, and amendments to the PRC Constitution, the highest forms of law in the PRC after the PRC Constitution.
In 1925 a newspaper article called Sophie McClusky "an active promulgator of communistic doctrine in Alberta" when she appeared before Calgary city officials on behalf of an ad-hoc group, The Central Council of the Unemployed.
4) Reading Willard Gibbs reveals that Rukeyser developed her theory of words and images at the OWI from such a pragmatist perspective by interpreting Gibbs as a promulgator of a pluralistic, democratic, cultural form of pragmatism.
Noted self-help promulgator and author Stephen Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has been a perennial best-seller since it came out in 1989.
Far from being a destroyer of the written word, the Internet, with Google as a leading vehicle, will prove to be its great support and egalitarian promulgator.
43) The court also serves as the sole promulgator of "rules governing practice and procedure in civil and criminal actions.
And there will not be different laws at Rome or Athens, or different laws now and in the future, but one eternal and unchangeable law will be valid for all nations and all times, and there will be one master and ruler, that is, God, over us all, for he is the author of this law, its promulgator, and its enforcing judge.
from the time of publication of MP 185 in 1934 to 1949, the FPL moved from the position of a promulgator of lumber design stresses and grades to a more advisory role.
This is in stark contrast to the pre-Internet period, where obscene materials were "pushed" into the geographic community by the promulgator.
With Robert Southey, Walter Scott was the principal promulgator of the metrical romance in this first decade of the century.
At the same time, the unevenness of capitalist production gone global has produced an uneven landscape of work, ready workers, compensation, and the like that is partially recalibrated through international labor migration, itself a response to and a promulgator of this unevenness.
And Contarini was a great sixteenth-century promulgator of this ideal, seeing a blend of government by "one, or a few, or a whole multitude" as the way to keep a "multeity in unity," as it were: