bureaucratic

[ byoo r-uh-krat-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF bureaucratic

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For the bureaucratic order, whatever it was, had to be obeyed.

Why, do you consider its better as it is with us, lawlessness and bureaucratic tyranny?

In bureaucratic France the colonies since 1854 have been associated with the navy.

Persecutions were inaugurated by the Bureaucratic Government.

No step of this kind is easily arranged in bureaucratic France.

Formerly, under the monarchy, the bureaucratic armies did not exist.

It is curious how the bureaucratic instinct is ingrained in the French character.

They look upon it as the seal of an autocratic and bureaucratic government.

To the bureaucratic mind the case appears in a very different light.

The bureaucratic muddle, so it seems, is to continue indefinitely.

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