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Proclamation

 

a leaflet, usually illegal, that appeals for a strike, demonstration, or armed uprising. Before the October Revolution of 1917, the Communist Party made extensive use of proclamations for mass political agitation.

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ISLAMABAD -- An Islamabad anti-terrorism court (ATC) on Monday issued a proclamation for Khadim Hussain Rizvi and other Tehreek-i-Labaik Ya Rasool Allah leaders in a case related to the party's sit-in at the Faizabad interchange last year.
Kim Reynolds issued a disaster proclamation Tuesday for Chickasaw, Dubuque, Floyd and Kossuth counties in response to severe weather, heavy rains and flash flooding on July 21-22.
DAVAO CITY -- On the day of his proclamation on Monday as the new President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte buckled down to work as mayor of this city, signing papers and barking orders.
The proclamations recognize that school social workers play a central role in creating a positive school climate and serve as the link between home, school, and community in ensuring students' academic success.
The Royal Proclamation of 1763 resulted directly from the Seven Years' War (1756-1763) between Britain and France.
The first is to introduce "settle down" proclamations (which are issued as warnings to the public) issued by presidents before Theodore Roosevelt as a way to further understand the development of executive power in the early presidency.
Though it required a completion of the war itself and the eventual passage of the 13th amendment to finally put an end to slavery throughout the rest of the United States, the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation would have lasting repercussions not only in domestic affairs, but just as importantly in American foreign policy.
Whereas, Commissioner Bozievich wants to put an end to such proclamations because of their cost, and that suggestion has understandably upset people who want to preserve the county's role in recognizing and proclaiming worthy causes; and
The proclamation was read and signed by Mayor pro-tem James Sherow.
A RARE original copy of the 1916 Proclamation could fetch EUR350,000 when it goes under the hammer this month.
Unlike Boyarin, Yoder performs historical reconstruction after theological proclamation.