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  • n. Plural form of governance.

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Examples

  • The second point is, in terms of the animal spirits, there are real failures in corporate governances.

    Get Briefed: Joseph Stiglitz

  • The illustrated constitutions provide different types of approaches for governances or government, but all are considered successful to a greater extent because they have been delivering and bearing those characteristics lucratively in a systematic and scientific manner.

    Politics on Peace and Constitution in Nepal

  • The solution is to have more powers given to local governances; a devolution of powers from the state government to Mumbai.

    A Jolt To The Middle Classes

  • The Weidemann Report criticized the linkage of funding to specific geographic areas, or “landscapes,” without accountability to the village governances which signed over the land in the first place.

    Greenpeace Report Exposes Empty Promises in Congo

  • Although "Kizzie" claims she can say whatever on cable tv, I think she forgets the FCC has governances, which are published on the Norwood TV website.

    Kabaka Speaking Through Joy Rolland

  • To fight under-development, famine, poverty, disease and illiteracy, NEPAD has set itself major targets, including good governances of African states, infrastructure development, modernisation of agriculture, universal education and health care.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • When the United States was born, we threw off the governances of despotism in favor of self-rule.

    The Seattle Times

  • I view this vote as a soft way for shareholders to express their discontent in both pay for performance and governances matters.

    Forbes.com: News

  • And in my middle age I witnessed the ebb and flow of various outsiders - from Europeans to Pakistanis to Chinese - try to impose their centralized governances on us.

    RSSMicro Search - Top News on RSS Feeds

  • Chou's and Su's governances, noting that a poll conducted by the Chinese-language China Times in 2004 showed the approval rate for Su was 77 percent and that a survey by Global Views

    Taipei Times

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