- n. Plural form of government.
“That these governments set as rulers or governors in this church, are set there not by man, but by God himself; _God hath set in the Church -- governments_.”
“That Paul speaks of governments that the church had not, because in the enumeration, ver. 29, 30, he omits none but _helps_ and _governments_.”
“If that happens, I fear we're in for a decade of bouncing between one term governments until someone comes along with enough vision and force of personality to do what's really needed.”
“In fact, what, what we call our governments are vampire states.”
“Those are pretty good numbers, but they are not good enough and, looking ahead, one of the challenges, the greatest challenge facing Canadians and their governments is the changing nature of work.”
“The effort puts Britain at the core of the debate over how fast, and how deep, to cut the crushing levels of public debt racked up by governments from the United States to Europe and now viewed by leading economists as one of the greatest threats to the global economy.”
“But the ostrich policy that was so far adopted by successive Canadian governments is no longer feasible.”
“Yep, and especially in governments and other ultra-large organizations.”
“No one in the Union can appoint themselves as administrator and speak in the name of governments elected by and made of the people of Europe.”
“Her death is understood to have been a murder, though neither the US nor Benin governments have officially declared it so.”
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