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proclamation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishproclamationproc‧la‧ma‧tion /ˌprɒkləˈmeɪʃən $ ˌprɑː-/ noun 🔊 🔊 [countable, uncountable]SAY/STATE an official public statement about something that is important, or when someone makes such a statementproclaim 🔊 The authorities issued a proclamation forbidding public meetings.proclamation of 🔊 the proclamation of Lithuania’s independence
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proclamationThe first crop was sown in February 1619, on 100 acres, but a proclamation banned tobacco growing on 30 December.In response, President Fillmore issued a proclamation asking citizens to cease interfering with law enforcement officers.The President issued a proclamation declaring the county a national disaster area.A cease-and-desist proclamation required by federal law was prepared and signed at the same time.He is himself a realist, not a racist, and not now given to making proclamations.In accordance with the form in Emergency Plan White, a presidential proclamation extending federal aid was drafted.The individual principles in Brezhnev's five-point doctrine were familiar to numerous Soviet proclamations on Third World regions.Such deterioration may not necessarily result from the proclamation of commitment.The proclamation, known as Can Vuong, or Loyalty to the Emperor, inspired resistance leaders long after his deportation.issued ... proclamationBut she had also issued a proclamation forbidding all preaching and teaching.He also sought to preserve wheat for human consumption and issued a proclamation prohibiting the manufacture of starch from wheat.In response, President Fillmore issued a proclamation asking citizens to cease interfering with law enforcement officers.He issued proclamations and charters in his own name, and promoted his relatives to high office.On June 18, Herrera issued a proclamation to the people concerning the revolt of Parades and encouraging them to stand fast.Taylor refused compensation, to the amazement of the mandarins, who issued proclamations applauding the spirit of the Christians.
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