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Sentence count:65+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: announcementannunciationdeclarationpromulgationSimilar words: acclamationamalgamationproclaimproclaimeddefamationinflammationdeclamatoryprocrastinationMeaning: [‚prɑklə'meɪʃn /‚prɒ-]  n. 1. a formal public statement 2. the formal act of proclaiming; giving public notice. 
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1. The authorities issued a proclamation forbidding public meetings.
2. The King issued a proclamation dissolving Parliament.
3. The government restricted the use of water by proclamation.
4. The Emancipation Proclamation abolished slavery in the United States.
5. A bloody civil war followed the proclamation of an independent state.
6. They redacted a proclamation.
7. The preliminary draft of the Emancipation Proclamation was only part of the trouble.
8. The President issued a proclamation declaring the county a national disaster area.
9. His proclamation that the moon might be habitable was bound to attract criticism from Aristotelian diehards such as Alexander Ross.
10. On June 18(Sentencedict), Herrera issued a proclamation to the people concerning the revolt of Parades and encouraging them to stand fast.
11. In response, President Fillmore issued a proclamation asking citizens to cease interfering with law enforcement officers.
12. A cease-and-desist proclamation required by federal law was prepared and signed at the same time.
13. Closely associated with the proclamation and preaching of the Word was scriptural hymnody, in the form of metrical psalms.
14. It was a horrifying proclamation, when modesty caused the legs even of pianos to be decently covered.
15. Thus, the 1985 proclamation of privatisation had largely stalled by 1989 for lack of buyers.
16. Such deterioration may not necessarily result from the proclamation of commitment.
17. The proclamation, known as Can Vuong, or Loyalty to the Emperor, inspired resistance leaders long after his deportation.
18. But she had also issued a proclamation forbidding all preaching and teaching.
19. Within a few months, they made the triumphant proclamation that they had reached a compromise all sides could live with.
20. Restrictions governing building in London were first issued by royal proclamation.
21. Roads and Traffic in Urban Areas has, by its own proclamation, set itself up as the Bible for traffic planners.
22. It proved a turning point in the war leading to Lincoln emancipation proclamation liberating the slaves.
23. Regulations restricting building in London were first issued by royal proclamation in 1580, many years before the first statutory regulation.
24. She belongs to a family descended from free Blacks those released from slavery before the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863.
25. Originally the monarch had the power to make laws by means of royal proclamation.
26. The day, commemorating the date Texas slaves first heard about the Emancipation Proclamation, is celebrated by blacks in Texas.
27. He also sought to preserve wheat for human consumption and issued a proclamation prohibiting the manufacture of starch from wheat.
28. In accordance with the form in Emergency Plan White, a presidential proclamation extending federal aid was drafted.
29. The repressive measures adopted in the South after the Emancipation Proclamation were rapidly dissipated.
30. The first crop was sown in February 1619, on 100 acres, but a proclamation banned tobacco growing on 30 December.
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