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from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an administrative unit of government


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  • Direct-subsidy programs involve a cash investment or rebate by a government agency to finance the production of qualified films or to provide incentives for producers to film in such country.

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  • There were support prices for corn, potatoes, and camote; only EPSA a government agency could commercialize grain imported into the country.

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  • As sociologist Benjamin D. Singer has remarked, the next generation may never know what it was once like to call or write a government agency or a business firm and feel certain that a responsible answer would be forthcoming.

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  • Per haps a government agency has decreed that the innovation is not safe and/or that it has side effects that are dangerous to health.

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  • A bond investment represents a loan made by an investor to a corporation or government agency for a term ranging from 1 to 30 years at a specific rate of interest.



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