Proclamation Definition

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1. "Let us reconsecrate ourselves to the task of promoting an enduring peace so that their efforts shall not have been in vain, " Eisenhower wrote in his first Veterans Day proclamation. 1
2. "The first instrument of a people's genius is its language, " UNESCO points out in its proclamation, quoting Stendhal. 1
3. "The first instrument of a people's genius is its language, " UNESO points out in its proclamation, quoting Stendhal. 1
4. A bloody civil war followed the proclamation of an independent state. 1
5. A bloody civil war followed the proclamation of an independent state. This website 1
6. A cease-and-desist proclamation required by federal law was prepared and signed at the same time. 1
7. After his son's death, Lincoln decided that one of his purposes was to be an emancipator -- to begin the process of freeing the slaves. A few months later, he wrote the Emancipation proclamation. 1
8. An official or authoritarian declaration a proclamation or an edict. 1
9. And on September twenty-second, eighteen sixty-two, he announced a new policy on slavery in the rebel southern states. His announcement became known as the Emancipation proclamation. 1
10. But emancipation is a proclamation and not a fact. 1
11. But it wasn't until 1966 that President Lyndon Johnson signed a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as Father's Day. 1
12. But she had also issued a proclamation forbidding all preaching and teaching. 1
13. Closely associated with the proclamation and preaching of the Word was scriptural hymnody, in the form of metrical psalms. 1
14. Each team was heralded with proclamations that, finally, we had made it as a major-league metropolis. 1
15. Elsewhere, open campfires are prohibited on private lands, according to a proclamation issued earlier this month by Gov. 1
16. Even Barbara, who evinces by various proclamations a belief in my innocence, has never asked me directly. 1
17. Finally in 1966 President Lyndon Johnson signed a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as father's Day. 1
18. Five score years ago, a great American signed the Emancipation proclamation. 1
19. He also sought to preserve wheat for human consumption and issued a proclamation prohibiting the manufacture of starch from wheat. 1
20. He is himself a realist, not a racist, and not now given to making proclamations. 1
21. He signed his max contract extension and scooped everyone with a gleeful proclamation on Twitter. 1
22. His proclamation that the moon might be habitable was bound to attract criticism from Aristotelian diehards such as Alexander Ross. 1
23. I wonder if Lincoln had read those words when he presented the Emancipation proclamation to his cabinet. 1
24. In accordance with the form in Emergency Plan White, a presidential proclamation extending federal aid was drafted. 1
25. In response, President Fillmore issued a proclamation asking citizens to cease interfering with law enforcement officers. 1
26. It is not smart politics to sit back and wait for presidential vetoes and proclamations to bail us out of every jam. 1
27. It proved a turning point in the war leading to Lincoln emancipation proclamation liberating the slaves. 1
28. It was a horrifying proclamation, when modesty caused the legs even of pianos to be decently covered. 1
29. It was the place whence proclamations were wont to be made, amidst an assemblage of the magistracy, with all the ceremonial that attended such public observances in those days. 1
30. Lady Godiva took him at his word and, after issuing a proclamation that all persons should keep within doors or shut their windows, she rode through, clothed only in her long hair. 1
 

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