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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.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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La capacidad del productor o promulgators de indicadores para actuar como governors sera determinante para comprender por que sus estudios podrian influir en mayor o menor medida en las decisiones de los Estados.
theories of promulgators' liability have been proposed tinder the
African American teachers were often the promulgators of social etiquette (and along with Black churches pushed the envelope for integration).
Some UK and foreign-based recruitment agencies are at best sweat shops and at worst little more than promulgators of slavery, it was claimed yesterday.
(71) The promulgators of the UCEA dismissed common-law obstacles to conservation easements as "artificial and archaic" in light of these mechanisms for providing would-be acquirers of land with the terms of any relevant servitudes and the identities of their holders.
It is certainly cruel to set vast numbers of simple people agog with Utopian projects that will cost them their all, while the inventors and promulgators do nothing but write and talk" (Noyes 131).
In addition to being often unclear about STD signs and symptoms (6) and HIV transmission routes and risks, they are also often believers in, promulgators of, and working in settings rife with falsehoods about condoms and their usage.
I haven't updated the Santorum website for more than two years now, and yet National Review's Kathryn Jean Lopez was fuming about the new definition of santorum in a column published on Election Day: Denouncing the promulgators of this definition, she fumed: "I'm not talking about people who disagree with him on, say, the threat from Iran.
This balance is reflected in FRCP Rule 35 requiring the defendant show that the information sought is "in controversy" and for "good cause." (27) The promulgators of FRCP Rule 35 deemed that the opportunity to cross-examine was an "insufficient test of truth" and as a result, independent examinations were prescribed.
As described in the Ohio State University Monthly, Rugg was merely a symbol whose appearance "ignited the smoldering public apprehension as to what is really going on in intellectual levels all over the country." (51) Many regarded colleges and universities as elitist promulgators of extreme political and social views.
This is so to the point that even promulgators of the past, such as the Labour Party, have been compelled to abandon such heavy-handed thinking because it thwarts innovation and frustrates individual decisions.
Promulgators of the normative position quite freely borrow support from businesspeople's acceptance and use of the term, whether used in a normative fashion or not.