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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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we not see existing promulgators assuming liability for misuse?
Like the Old Testament prophets, Jesus, and John the Baptist, Whittier targeted the religious leaders as promulgators of the national sin.
The remaining difference between the Muhammad's prophecy and the "prophecy" of Ali and his rightful heirs was held to consist in the fact that, unlike Muhammad, Ali and his descendants were not the promulgators of a new law and thus not the founders of a new religion.
See supra notes 85-89 and accompanying text; see also Vlek & Keren, supra note 149, at 264 (suggesting that positive time preference may be mitigated if policy promulgators "make expected losses, appear certain [so] they will figure on the 'debt' side of the decision maker's mental account; thereby [s]he would be more inclined to sacrifice something now in order to avoid the future losses").
First, I will continue GFOA's successful efforts to ensure that accounting standards provide uses and benefits to decision makers, not just to the promulgators of those standards.
Some early promulgators of cultural theories have not sufficiently touched upon this part of the puzzle.
He offered an aggressively conservative rhetoric and certainly implemented a rightwing agenda where possible--most effectively by appointing conservatives to executive-branch roles as regulators or promulgators of policy, where they would escape press scrutiny most of the time.
We would certainly become more Christlike--not merely comfortably accoutred promulgators of correct propositions about God and inherited notions of ecclesiology, but righteous-rich followers of the way, whose immense good fortune is put at the disposal of the neighbors among whom our Lord has placed and accompanies us.
But they often think that the promulgators and executors of policy in Canberra base their activities on a comprehensive knowledge, in this case, of Afghanistan and the overall picture of what they are doing.
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.