from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of committing (a sermon, or speech, etc.) to memory. See mandate, 2.


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  • LORNA PATTERSON, REGISTERED NURSE: Not totally because this still leaves us open for a mandation (ph) to come along later.

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  • Commission, but with the particular Power in whose territory the property has become situated by cession or mandation.

    The Economic Consequences of the Peace

  • Department wants to gather views on international alignment and the meaning of mandation

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  • It is the first time the mandation powers, brought in under the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, will be used.

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  • For some time now the financial sector has been preparing for the mandation of iXBRL reporting by HMRC and Companies House, which will simplify and standardise the exchange of financial reports.

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  • Updated w/sideshow VIDEO. eg: Palin's 'mandation of healthcare' ...


  • Despite its quasi-mandation by the European Commission, the outlook is particularly grim for DVB-H.

  • Before the digital-only mandation begins in February 2009, my family wants to look at all the options possible for a new TV.

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