- n. Plural form of declaration.
“And while skeptics who have heard similar declarations from a thousand fuzzy-thinking poseurs may wince at that, the truth of it is manifest in Arena's new home.”
“Ireland to get declarations from the other 26 member states which will satisfy a sufficient number of 'No' voters, then repeat the referendum (which as they point out is the easiest option for everyone except the Irish government, and therefore won't happen)”
“P.S. My first (after driving the voluntary public domain declarations on microformats. org this past July) public actions following these principles was to create the Body Optimization wiki this past November with a requirement upon login  for all contributions to bereleased into the public domain per the Creative Commons Public Domain License .”
“Who can forget these solemn declarations from the Bush-Cheney-Rumsfeld brain trust?”
“But is consistent with more recent declarations from the new AG.”
“And those paper strips placed across toilet seats with signed declarations from the management attesting to the complete facility being "sanitized to your satisfaction.”
“The divine priestess and I had a grand quarrel one day, because I insisted upon it that these religious ministrations on the part of a beautiful young girl to those of the opposite sex would assuredly end in declarations of love and hopes of marriage.”
“Let them know that the warnings God gave them of judgments approaching were not causeless and groundless, merely to amuse them, but certain declarations of the wrath of God against them, which (if they did not speedily repent) they would infallibly feel the effects of”
“Citri-Fi is a cost-saving food ingredient that is used to improve the quality, nutrition, and label declarations of a wide variety of food products.”
“In the face of these plain declarations of the descent of man's religious belief from loftier to ever lower and more debasing conceptions of the Supreme Being, there are expositors of this very Epistle (as Reiche and Jowett), who, believing neither in any fall from primeval innocence, nor in the noble traces of that innocence which lingered even after the fall and were only by degrees obliterated by wilful violence to the dictates of conscience, maintain that man's religious history has been all along a struggle to rise, from the lowest forms of nature worship, suited to the childhood of our race, into that which is more rational and spiritual.”
Looking for tweets for declarations.