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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of administer.

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Examples

  • The faction of the two party system that believes that the law can and should be competently administered is back in control. —

    Obama Fills Top Justice Department Spots - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • The family has requested that any donations be made to a scholarship in his name administered by the USOC at the University of Southern California film school.

    Olympic Filmmaker Dies At 84

  • Its reason is sodium thiopental, the anesthetic administered when euthanizing living things so they will not feel pain when the two death dealing drugs are administered, is short acting and may have worn off before the remaining two drugs are administered.

    Christopher Brauchli: Executions Should be Painless

  • College (now Canterbury University) was located in Christchurch, but was administered from the University of New Zealand,

    Ernest Rutherford - Biography

  • The acknowledgment and confession of God to be in them, or among them, is a profession of faith in the word administered by them.

    Pneumatologia

  • Even the smaller islands which are administered from the larger ones are inextricably mixed up.

    Challenge of the West Indies

  • As I understand it, the Marshal Plan will be administered from a different body, separate from the State Department.

    United Europe

  • I think we have proved that air transport properly organized and properly administered is really a very safe means of progress-safer, to my mind, than a good many railway trains in Europe today.

    Progress in Civil Aviation

  • Page 10 administered, is strictly applicable to the welfare of nations.

    Personal Forgiveness and Public Justice

  • Justice, duly administered, is refreshing, like drink to the thirsty, but when it is perverted, and rulers take rewards either to acquit the guilty or to condemn the innocent, the drink is sour; they turn judgment into wormwood, Amos v. 7.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)

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