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The governor issued a proclamation that reopened a wide variety of businesses including bars.
This indicates that such proclamations are not made lightly.
In your career, over the last, let’s say, 15 or 20 years, there have been a series of incidents or proclamations that get some people really upset.
A proclamation he issued claimed that the threat of “illegal voting” justifies a dramatic decrease in the number of places that voters can hand-deliver their mail-in ballots.
The Student and Exchange Visitor Program has published an FAQ addressing international student concerns, but it doesn’t make any proclamations about whether re-entry into the USA will be granted or denied.
The rest, as they say, is history – with the proclamation resulting in the People’s Crusades followed by the First Crusade.
Quickly following this the King issued in 1632 another proclamation regulating the retailing of tobacco.
A proclamation was issued by government to establish a manufactory for white paper in England.
The policy thus initiated found final expression in the famous Proclamation of 1763, in the early months of Grenville's ministry.
After the formal proclamation was issued the function terminated with a banquet given to 200 insurgent notabilities.

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pandiculationnoun | [pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION
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