English version

the exercise of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe exercise of somethingthe exercise of somethingformalUSE something the use of a power or right the exercise of political leadership exercise
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the exercise of somethingThis is regarded as the exercise of will.The relationship between the bureaucracy and other institutions is not a consequence of the exercise of political power by the dominant class.But the exercise of editing had become for him a mechanical one, and he was glad to be rid of it.Such a conclusion could emasculate the exercise of many discretionary powers.It is in the exercise of freedoms that we become aware of attracting obligations.This was done by widening the participation in the exercise of political power.It will be used to mean the exercise of power for purposes alien to those for which it was conferred.
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