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- v. Present participle of govern.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Holding the superiority; prevalent; controlling
- adj. Requiring a particular case.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of governing; exercising authority
- adj. responsible for making and enforcing rules and laws
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Less than half of a term governing one of the smallest states... and she has more executive experience than McCain too.
Less than half of a term governing one of the smallest states
The headscarf effort, says Mr. Karaman, along with the arrest of his boss and scores of others, has exposed what he calls the governing party's hidden agenda -- a plan to turn Turkey into an Islamic theocracy.
Gautam: Yes, I am sure that families do take advantage of such formula structures but we have truly gained from that and then we also have what we call the governing owners council where we have two external people, two very wise people external people who has been helping us and guiding us, Subhaya and Gurumurti.
But most critically, governing is about creating a space in which the people it serves are allowed to be great, and to be happy.
I once heard that governing is about doing as little as possible, making only the most subtle changes, allowing the machine to operate as naturally as possible.
Sad when the ONLY country in this hemisphere to show TRUE commitment to a correct-form of governing is Honduras. johnnie
- Showed a profound lack of interest in governing 'and doing the job she asked for, and was given by the people of Alaska ...
I'm glad to see some Democrats taking over what the Republicans should be doing if they were interested in governing instead of setting up and knocking down straw men.
If the republicans would spend as much time and effort in governing, instead of quitting, maybe – just maybe – we could dig out of the whole they dug us into.
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