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English sentences with governance in context,

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I don't think most Kurds want a state in the typical sense, more likely they want freedom of small community and lack of interference from overpowering governance.
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Citing Gaza is very relevant here, because yes israel did withdraw and allow for self governance, but at the same time instantly declared the elected government as an enemy and placed Gaza under siege.
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Dictionary
governance (noun)

  • The process, or the power, of governing; government or administration.
  • The specific system by which a political system is ruled.
  • The group of people who make up an administrative body.
  • The state of being ...
  • The state of being governed.
  • Accountability for consistent, cohesive policies, processes and decision rights.
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"How many nations exist without some form of governance?"
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... governance doesn't require a state.
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Their actual governance has been anything but libertarian.
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Taking it back for socialists would be a big step for once again proving that socialist governance can get results.
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Many of the smaller tribes had their own Chiefs, of which Sokka was one of them, but governance over the Southern Tribe was regulated to a council of elders whose rule was second to that of the Northern Chief.
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Syria did nothing but prosper independently under their governance, and that is undeniable.
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That would be called self governance... okay not directly but indirectly.
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That would be called self governance... okay not directly but indirectly.
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Self governance was not the right thing to say.
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I want technologies, institutions, governance that preserves and magnifies the human condition rather than narrow it.
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Try Peter Hamilton's Confederation Saga for a more even handed approach to future governance and A.I.
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The Purchase was more like a speculative investment in an undeveloped resource than anything that actually caused an immediate change in governance.
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So you think morality is subjective and relative and that is why you acquiesce to the idea that systems of governance must aggress?
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The crisis has been exacerbated by the idiotic rules of the Euro-governance, but it is not an intrinsic effect of the Euro as a common currency.
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Many libertarians have already theorized on why Monarchy is even a better form of governance than Democracy.
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It could be argued that in such a system, the lobbyists are governing subjects who are not within the state, and are contributing to "governance" as much as elected officials who are by definition within the state.
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It needs sensible investment, better governance and time away from being an ideological political football.
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Communism is a failed system of governance the 20th century and the millions of bodies piled to the sky prove it.
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The first book follows a revolution to end the bad guys reign and the last two books deal with setting up governance and the struggles that come with it.
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If you're willing to compare India with China and then whine at the slow rate of governance, then you should know that in China you can't really criticize the government.
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There are already a number of automated software mechanisms in place: Document Assembly & Review (as you mentioned), Conflicts & Intake analysis, Records Management (now Information Governance), etc...but none of the technology I've ever seen do anything more than assist a Lawyer with remedial and/or tedious tasks.
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I'm not going to defend the political right's governance, but the book is far from closed on this one.
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They are anti-capitalist, feminist, and seek autonomy and democratic self-governance for Kurds outside of the boundaries of a state -Öcalan dubbed this Democratic Confederalism and it takes much from Libertarian Socialist thinker Murray Bookchin's communalism-.
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Supporting the badge is supporting the ownership and the governance over the team.
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This is basis of law and governance.
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Its the cliché thing to say but its true: 40 years of the same rigidly systematic style of governance isn't going to be overturned at the drop of a hat especially with all the conditioned factors that came with.
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On a more serious note: the article is not at all about turning left, it is about approaching the governance differently from what the Troika demands before the Troika changes their minds (which is getting more probable as time passes).
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You mean they have a bad habit of including them in the governance of the country, and treating them like they belong.
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I think if you looked into the governance structure for your school, you'd find that the people in charge are appointed by the state through one means or another, and there's at least indirect state control.
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The state indirectly administers the school through its appointees, and the legislature has some say in school governance, including tuition.
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The reason the west can criticize Israel is because they are a developed nation with actual governance.
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This centralizing tendency will contribute to dysfunctional governance.
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Effective governance is nearly impossible under such centralization for a country as large and diverse as Russia and lacking well-ordered, disciplined national bureaucracies.
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Prior to 1916, Ireland (the whole island) was an administrative region of the 'United Kingdom of Great Brittan and Ireland', with no Irish governance.
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Just as much as that sticker above it is a plaque - and this all demonstrates that DPR/LPR governance is a massive joke.
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After the Madagascan Chamber of Governance and Citizen House hears this, the two Governmental bodies begins large discussions about either this is true.
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In the end, the Chamber of Governance decides this matter has to be discussed behind close doors and expels the Citizen House from the Chamber.
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I would suggest completely overhauling the military and attempting to bring order to your economy, populous, and governance.
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Maybe a few hundred jobs as an elected politician will be safe, but most of the work of governance isn't done by those few hundred people, it's done by the millions of civil servants, political staffers, etc.
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Such games (MC being the obvious example) need a measure of self-governance and self-guidance on the part of server owners.
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For countries with more limited natural resources, such as Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyztan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, the challenge will be to develop effective project and service industries, requiring better governance.
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Politics and governance?
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shah should remove those assholes and promise actual good governance.
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Politics and governance?
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The reason why we have the debates is that Miliband and Cameron will play major roles in the governance of the UK, responsible to more than just their constituents.
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No policy Israel enacts today is a reflection on the merits of Zionism, since as you seem to acknowledge, the aims of zionism are narrow, and don't really speak to governance of an established state in any consistent and agreed upon way.
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The results occur because of adequate and proper governance.
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