- v. Simple past tense and past participle of promulgate.
- adj. formally made public
“| Reply nah ... it's the previous administrator's fault that we can't comply. that and oh a small matter of a new direction, yet to be deterined/defined/promulgated from a new president”
“Vilayet-i-faquih is the special term promulgated by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini to describe the idea that all of Iranian society is under the permanent stewardship (sometimes rendered as guardianship) of the mullahs.”
“The notion, once again promulgated by the Guardian in the linked article, that sad endings are artistically superior is probably why so much high-school writing (of which I've read quite a bit) features car crashes, drug overdoses and fatal illnesses.”
“The rebels at Lordstown rejected not only the notion promulgated by New Deal liberals that they should take responsibility for their workplace, they also refused to abide by the cultural obligations of Americans.”
“The music that is being promulgated, that is being produced and broadcast most widely, is aggressive, very shiny, very egocentric, very repetitive, and noisy, busy, and in some ways, mindless.”
“Jed L has a very interesting post at DailyKos.com debunking the notion promulgated by right wing writers such as Gerald Seib at the Wall Street Journal that Obama's mandate is similar to Bill Clinton's in 1992.”
“Initially, the name promulgated was The Council for Democratic Reform under Constitutional Monarchy (CDRM) (or in Thai”
“This should be completed before the Bill was promulgated, which is expected to happen in the first half of 1998.”
“One, when a law exists, is promulgated, which is totally unacceptable to people and they violate it again and again and again till it's rescinded, appealed.”
“Thus stood the statute law against gaming down to the year 1845, when, in consequence of the report of the select committee which sat on the subject, a new enactment was promulgated, which is in force at the present time.”
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