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  • n. Plural form of pronouncement.


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  • They wait, hoping for a better day and an end to antibusiness pronouncements from the White House.

    The Fed Compounds Its Mistakes

  • I do feel compelled to point out, though, that the pomposity of my pronouncements is entirely unaffected by whether or not I agree with the political conclusions being drawn, and resent the implication that there are times when I might be less of an insufferable gasbag than at other times.

    Matthew Yglesias » Counterexamples and Analogies

  • There have been monthly pronouncements from the administration on the improvements in the economy, yet the unemployment rate continues to climb to levels seen only once during the past 60 years.

    Orszag: 'We've stepped back' from economic 'free fall'

  • I would put good money that much of this work lies in the area of 'hate crime', as in recent months we have seen many pronouncements from the Home Office on these subjects, as well as well-publicised Metropolitan police offences against the 'problem'.

    Archive 2005-05-22

  • While church rhetoric often conflicted with the lived experience of Irish Newfoundland women, some impact was being felt by the latter decades of the period, as pronouncements from the pulpit and disciplinary mechanisms — such as shaming and denial of the sacraments — whittled away at plebeian women's sense of selfhood.

    Gutenber-e Help Page

  • This is a maddeningly convoluted question — the scholar must distinguish ideological pronouncements from the implementation of policy; the acts of, say, frontline SS units from the plans and intentions of the Nazi leadership; the roots and manifestations of murderous anti-Bolshevism from those of murderous anti-Semitism (to give but a few examples).

    New & Noteworthy

  • A thinking person's Matrix without the mind-numbingly indirect pronouncements from the Oracle.

    SF Movies You (Probably) Haven't Seen

  • Yes some things are usually a sign of flawed design, and some things are typically hallmarks of good design, but sticking these insights into categorical pronouncements is just one more step in the slippery slope to hell that is the powerpointification of America.

    inkblurt · Gurule

  • It is difficult to imagine the birth of an ideological conflict between Russia and the West similar to that which led to the Cold War — though Russian nationalist sentiments are likely to increase, and to find expression in ever-more-bellicose pronouncements from the Kremlin, especially if the West and NATO persist in humiliating Moscow with military adventures in its former spheres of influence.

    Russia Is Finished

  • I don’t recall any pronouncements from the various Wizards, etc., in favor of social security or welfare, or the like.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Timothy McVeigh Was No Libertarian: The Fallacy of Conflating Two Very Different Types of “Anti-Government” Movements


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