Noun(1) a formal public statement(2) the formal act of proclaiming; giving public notice
(1) The legislation was enacted without such an official proclamation of emergency and goes beyond the requirements of the situation.(2) In recognition of the work of the Alliance on behalf of the community, the councilman issued an official proclamation on behalf of the City of Los Angeles.(3) Officials governed by proclamation and government notices that could not easily be challenged in court - one of the last refuges for constitutional opposition.(4) Dorotea had come to the mountains to hide because she heard a public proclamation offering a reward for her whereabouts.(5) It is imperative that the Democrats ask Bush whether he intends to honor that obligations and force him to make a public proclamation of his steadfast commitment to do so.(6) The party knew fully well that proclamation of the act would take time, and said that it was dishonest to seek political mileage from the issue by playing to the gallery.(7) Containing an official proclamation in several languages of the day, it was used by 19th and 20th century scholars to translate hieroglyphics.(8) Section 67 of the Criminal Code provides for an official to make a proclamation of ├ö├ç├┐riot├ö├ç├û in a loud voice, ordering all those present to leave on pain of arrest and possible life imprisonment.(9) the government restricted the use of water by proclamation(10) We will now conduct the ceremony for the adoption and proclamation of a written resolution by the representatives of the five great religions.(11) He also emphasizes the attractiveness of public proclamation , the performance of miracles and the spreading of rumor as ways that ideas from the outside took hold within an urban environment.(12) the proclamation of his passion(13) In 1802, the Upper Canada Gazette published the proclamation announcing the Treaty of Amiens to the townspeople.(14) In an ideal world being gay and playing professional sport shouldn't be something that ordinarily requires a public proclamation .(15) It is the liturgy in its entirety (the prayer, praise, and proclamation that surround the Eucharist) that calls into being this alternative community.(16) The Ministry of Revenue's new Taxpayer Fairness and Service Code is a welcome public proclamation of the standards of behaviour taxpayers can and should expect in dealing with the Ministry.
1. declaration ::
3. annunciation ::
Different Formsproclamation, proclamations
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