Antonyms for departments

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Among these latter were the governors of the French provinces or departments.

Gather information, make reports and keep tab on guys for other departments.

At that time most of the work in education was given in the departments of philosophy or psychology.

The theory of the departments is usually better than their practice.

But in every branch of politics and some departments of science it was an age of amateurism.

But his offer of these conveyances was rejected by all the departments to which he applied.

In all of its ten departments, including law, it is co-educational.

All the departments are open to women on the same terms as to men.

The first in each of the other departments are chosen by ballot, by the scholars.

The lines of activity of these departments vary from plant to plant.