governance

[ guhv-er-nuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF governance

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Lysken, it should be a right strange world, where thou hadst the governance!

This was soon made apparent during the first year of her governance.

Side by side with that, as we now see, we must change the governance of nations.

Again and again complaints were raised of 'want of governance.'

In the face of such facts, the estates continued to be withheld from her governance.

For almost a thousand years they have been our unchallenged rule of governance.

His will, nevertheless, was the main factor in the governance of England.

Like many other men, he was under the governance of his spouse.

Luckily for him, his reason still had some governance over his action.

There was something unnatural in her governance of herself now.

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