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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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situation today, where guideline promulgators do not face tort liability
It is true that there exists a diversity of opinion among physicians as to the proper standard of care, but it is equally true that there exists a diversity of opinion among guideline promulgators .
Here, I criticize Greenberg for accepting unjust definitions without seeking in any manner to hold their promulgators responsible for their injustice.
Investors must make many choices when deciding to arbitrate, including: sources of appointment of arbitrators, promulgators of arbitration rules, forum, rules of procedure, language, number of arbiters, payment of fees, discovery rules, time constraints, enforcement of awards, and accrual of interest on awards.
The promulgators of the Model Law and the ALI Project had no choice but to resist mandating universal cross-priority for tax claims, as such a mandate could have rendered the recommendations unimplementable, (224) as countries have historically been reluctant to enforce foreign tax claims.
While it has tried to counter such brainwashing by zeroing in on the promulgators, America feels most of them eventually get a clean chit.
Anderson: You start with a theoretical conflict with one of the sponsoring organizations, FAF, because one could say, "How are you going to deal with them when they are the current promulgators of standards?
energetically positioning themselves within their communities as specialist purveyors of books and promulgators of the beneficial activity of reading
Like the Old Testament prophets, Jesus, and John the Baptist, Whittier targeted the religious leaders as promulgators of the national sin.
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.