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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgovernmentalgov‧ern‧men‧tal /ˌɡʌvəˈmentl◂, ˌɡʌvən- $ ˌɡʌvərn-/ ●○○ adjective  of a government, or relating to government an attempt to restrict governmental powergovernmental body (=organization controlled by the government)
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governmentalSuch tribunals, generally deriving from statutory provisions, had multiplied as the range of governmental activity spread.Throughout this paper 1 have stressed similarities between Bentham's Panopticon proposals and current governmental advice on energy conservation.Since the budgets of all governmental agencies have the same general purpose, certain similarities exist in their forms.And thirdly, international funding through international, governmental and non-governmental agencies.The ultimate decisions will be taken at governmental, even presidential, level.Can teachers use governmental immunity as a defense against negligence?Eurocurrency business is in very substantial sums and also often involves governmental or governmental agency transactions.governmental bodyThis is because, as we have seen, judicial review is not restricted in its scope to governmental bodies.In some respects, governmental bodies enjoy the same freedom of action.Social studies, as they explore what governmental body is responsible for the quality of their water?Chief executives are officials who run governmental bodies that formulate and enforce laws.The vesting of such powers in governmental bodies was certainly not new.
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