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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.

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(21) De esta manera, el Gobierno Nacional colombiano, la bancada gobiernista en el Parlamento y algunas organizaciones sociales como la Corporacion Excelencia en la Justicia (22) fueron delineando su papel como promulgator de estos indicadores, y de la ideologia que los determina, en el tramite de la Reforma a la Justicia; un papel que ya habian atribuido Davis, Kingsbury y Merry a los indicadores, y que consiste en expresar una ideologia a proposito de la sociedad ideal y de los pasos que deben seguirse para lograrla.
And there will not be different laws at Rome and at 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, (58) over us all, for he is the author of this law, its promulgator, and its enforcing judge.
As a promulgator of the theory of disinterestedness, however, Channing adopted a concept of the human mind that was distinctly Lockean.
The breakthrough film had just won the top award at Sundance, and has since been characterized as a prime promulgator of one noted form of the "personal documentary" film, now typified by the work of Alan Berliner, Judith Helfand, Roberta Solomon, Doug Block and others.
And each professor as a "minister" of his department was also its protector and promulgator. This tension would help to maintain the integrity of the university as an institution that awakens the mind to all ranges of truth and then promotes the discovery of the integrative unity of truth.
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., which was dictated by the enactment of revisions to Section 2118 of the Insurance Law aimed at simplifying procedures for excess tine brokers in the unauthorized market by reducing paper work as well as the number of required declinations by primary market insurers.
Below the heraldic shield with its motto taken from the Knights of the Garter, but still positioned above the throne, appears in capital letters the motto--"DIEU ET MON DROIT"--which translates as "God and my right." 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.