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- n. A person who promulgates; a publisher.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who promulgates or publishes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who promulgates or publishes; one who makes known or teaches publicly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (law) one who promulgates laws (announces a law as a way of putting it into execution)
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If it is not opposed to the principles in question, it must be further examined with a view to determining whether the promulgator is a genuine messenger of God or not.
Would the CREP self-select its jurisdiction (e.g., able to select any case it wants to adjudicate), or only rule on legislation designated as "economic" by the enactor or promulgator?
Me, I'd stick with "racist = promulgator of race-based ability/behaviour differences", although that might be a bit unfair to those who * truly* believe that they aren't responsible for the consequences of what they say.
I personally don't see signs that it is a vanity publisher, but it does give off some vibes of being a woo-woo promulgator.
How did Rhonda Byrne, proponent and chief promulgator of the Law of Attraction, end up attracting such a large number lawsuits and disgruntled former team members?
In the process of steering our own strategic interests in a ditch over the past five years, America has lost its credibility as an international model for the democratic ideal, as a promulgator of justice.
It's funny, PZ lobs the "Dark Ages" charge at all concerned, but his reaction fits the tone of the host desecration stories of the Middle Ages, too, if putting him on the other side, a character in the play or tale, rather than a promulgator of it.
Mortimer, never, in the history of this country correct me if I am wrong has a presidential doctrine been named while its promulgator was still in office.
Moses, therefore, remained the sole promulgator and interpreter of the Divine laws, and consequently also the sovereign judge, who could not be arraigned himself, and who acted among the Hebrews the part, of God; in other words, held the sovereign kingship: he alone had the right to consult God, to give the Divine answers to the people, and to see that they were carried out.
But he was also the first great promulgator of the Mainstream Media's Liberal Bias idea.
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