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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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During the 2016 elections, Comelec proclaimed the country's new set of senators on the afternoon of May 19, while the winners of the party-list race were proclaimed on the evening.
The PBC is tasked to proclaim the winning governor, vice governor, board members and representatives to the House of Congress of the five districts of the province.
ISLAMABAD -- NAB Karachi in compliance to the orders of Chairman NAB of expediting the arrest of Proclaimed offenders initiated the operation in Karachi Region.
"Winning this Hermes award is truly something special," said Spence Hackney, president of Proclaim Interactive.
Health company Abbott (NYSE:ABT) stated on Wednesday that it has introduced the new Proclaim DRG Neurostimulation System in Europe to deliver dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation to patients suffering from chronic neuropathic pain through its bluetooth wireless technology and iOS software.
Moxon & Barker, an established Yorkshire firm, is implementing the Proclaim Practice Management Software solution from Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society's sole endorsed provider.
Hello, Andrew: First, I believe we proclaim our trust in Jesus when we find the humility, courage, stamina and faith to get out of bed and face the joys, the sorrows, the slog and the excitement of each day.
According to Manila Chief Prosecutor and the vice chairman of the Manila Board of Canvassers Ed Togonon, with 97.16% of the total votes cast counted, they decided to proclaim Estrada because his wide margin will not change.
For the people of the new covenant, "Pascal victim" and "Pascal bread" proclaim their own deliverance and call them to the same witness of responsive obedience: "By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another" (Jn 13:35).
To proclaim God is to recognize that God is always more than any evidence I can conjure up to represent him.
WHEN JESUS BEGAN HIS public ministry in Luke 4:18, he announced he had been sent to "preach Good News to the poor." According to a small but growing number of today's televangelists and megachurch pastors, the Good News Jesus came to proclaim is that God means for all of us to be rich--or at least very prosperous.
In the Word made flesh communication itself takes on its most profound saving meaning: thus, in the Holy Spirit, the human being is given the capacity to receive salvation, and to proclaim and give witness to it before the world."