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(4) Experience more than sufficiently teaches that men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues.
(5) He couldn't govern his temper.
(6) They described him as unfit to govern.
(7) You should govern your temper.
(8) Experience more than sufficiently teaches that men govern nothing with more difficult than their tongues.
(9) It is undemocratic to govern an area without an electoral mandate.
(10) Who govern this country?
(11) The Prime Minister is incompetent to govern the country.
(12) One can't completely govern one's thoughts at all times.
(13) They were utterly unfit to govern America.
(14) In Latin(Sentencedict.com), several verbs govern the dative.
(15) He is not fit to govern this country!
(16) He was inept and lacked the intelligence to govern.
(17) They accused the government of being unfit to govern.
(18) The republics began asserting their right to govern themselves.
(19) Britain was mandated to govern the former colony of German East Africa.
(20) Who are the men who really govern in this country?
(21) To govern is always to choose among disadvantages. Charles De Gaulle
(22) What pragmatic principles govern lexical acquisition?
(23) Education makes a people easy to lead, but difficult to drive ; easy to govern but imposible to slave.
(24) In Britain the Queen reigns,[Sentencedict.com] but elected representatives of the people govern the country.
(25) They go to the polls on Friday to choose the people they want to govern their country.
(26) The Queen of Britain reigns, but she does not rule or govern.
(27) He accused the opposition party of being unfit to govern.
(28) Another defeat in parliament would seriously weaken the president's ability to govern.
(29) He is the only party leader competent enough to govern this country.
(30) The vast size of the country made it difficult to govern.
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