governing

[ guhv-ern ]SEE DEFINITION OF governing

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It speaks to us through the processes of governing in the sovereignties of 48 States.

Self-government relies, in the end, on the governing of the self.

It is as eager on behalf of the man behind a counter as on that of him who is governing a country.

The mind is formed not by its innate powers, but by its governing desires.

The governing classes alone were reasonable in keeping to small families.

Protagoras agrees that knowledge is certainly a governing power.

I should have wanted to belong to the governing class—of course.

He is governing the world not in the interests of one nation only, but in the interests of righteousness.

At the same time he invented new methods of governing the school.

Could there be a more extravagant way of governing a country?

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