In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Issuing edicts founded on the false premise that whatever the bishop declares to be a mortal sin is a mortal sin is not teaching.
- Finally he issued an edict, prohibiting the smoking of tobacco throughout the New Netherlands.
- He issued an edict that there will be no flight training at any of the Chicago-owned airports.
- However, much more paradoxical edicts were issued under the totalitarian regime.
- You can issue an edict to cut taxes, which really helps boost your population's happiness.
- Although government clerics often issue edicts against terror, the bulk of the government's effort has been security-related.
- An edict was issued to this effect and by 1636, France had a navy of nearly 40 ships.
- Another step forward was the progressive declarations of invalidity extended to certain laws, decrees, and edicts issued in Stalin's time.
- That apparently was too much for the Taliban government, which then issued its edict.
- Clerics issued religious edicts against the British when they invaded Iraq during the First World War.
- Word of this soon reached the British top brass, who sent down an official edict ordering that the practice cease immediately.
- Apart from royal edicts on certain general issues, the king's domains were subject to no law and no administrative practice common to them all without exception.
- Sure, my son can ask for a reason after I issue one of my edicts.
- It is easy to issue laws and edicts, particularly when there is no need to gain the consent of elected or appointed representatives.
- And would the pope issue edicts blaming the United States for bringing the whole tragedy upon itself?
- An imperial edict against infanticide was issued by Valentinian in 374- making an exception for the very poor.
- The bureaucracy in Beijing issues edicts on mine safety but does not provide the necessary funds.
- On 12 February 1912 an edict of abdication was issued on behalf of the child Emperor.
- Each time the religious institution issues custom-made edicts for political purposes, it loses credibility.
- The word bull is still used in English for a Papal Bull, an edict issued by the Pope.
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