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From the first announcement of the projected law up to its promulgation the public clamoured loudly against it.
Truly the spirit of the "Holy League" was already born, though the times were not yet ripe for the promulgation of such tenets.
Mr. Boutwell states that Lincoln once related to him the circumstances attending the promulgation of the instrument.
Promulgation of the Divine warning against these harmful customs was treated as a fad born of fanaticism.
The 11th of February in the 22d year of Meiji saw the promulgation of the imperial Constitution.
JAPANVARIOUS
The remedy consists altogether in the promulgation of this law.
ANARCHISMPAUL ELTZBACHER
But the troops had started in advance of the promulgation of them.
THE FRANCO-GERMAN WAR OF 1870-71COUNT HELMUTH, VON MOLTKE
Both of these institutions of suicide and revenge lost their raison d'tre at the promulgation of the criminal code.
Again was I shocked and overwhelmed at the gross impudence with which you persist in the promulgation of my private affairs.
I have selected an example which relates to a time posterior to the promulgation of the present constitution.
AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCEALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE ET AL.

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