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  • n. Plural form of proclamation.


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  • If you have any interest in proclamations from the United Nations (UN), I think you'll be surprised to see Canada was best country to live in from 1994-2000.

    Outsourcing, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Idiotic proclamations from the office in the clouds of nanny Grice only serve to infuriate and alienate many of those she aims to assist.

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  • The Burgomaster Van der Werf is going to make a speech and read two proclamations from the steps of the statehouse.

    Jacqueline of the Carrier-Pigeons

  • The opinion tries to distinguish those proclamations from the National Day of Prayer, but I don’t see the distinctions as having constitutional significance.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » District Court Judge Strikes Down Statute Providing for National Day of Prayer

  • The only audience for our proclamations was a gigantic collection of liquor bottles, which in my memory stood like spectators in a magnificent stadium stretching across the entire 25-foot length of the bar.

    Craig Crawford: Revenge of the Mask

  • First Draft on the irony of certain proclamations.

    December 2004

  • He was obstinately determined to maintain that no such status existed, and throughout the whole war he returned again and again to pressure on foreign Powers to recall their proclamations of neutrality.

    Great Britain and the American Civil War

  • Archduke Charles; and, what is remarkable, of all the chiefs who have commanded against revolutionary France, he alone has seized the true manner of combating enthusiasts or slaves; at least, his proclamations are the only ones composed with adroitness, and are what they ought to be, because in them an appeal is made to the public opinion at a time when opinion almost constitutes half the strength of armies.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • This situation has been a good opportunity, however, to work on the sin of pride, specifically as I recall the proclamations I used to make when I was about 22 that neither age nor childbearing has any impact on a woman's ability to lose weight.

    Conversion Diary

  • He calls the proclamations "a useful, symbolic thing that governors can do."

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