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1(of a federation)(republic/government) federal
- Within a federal system of government, there is now a national Bill of Rights.
- Do you mean, what about regional devolution like that which might occur under a federal European government?
- That said, the funds are unlikely to approach the level of transfers found in traditional federal systems.
- On the other hand, the federal government restricts more and more public land for natural gas development.
- Public housing has been starved of funds by successive federal and state governments.
- The Justice Department, an arm of the federal government, is now enforcing religious doctrine.
- Chancellor Schröder played the key role in shifting the federal government to support the ban.
- Since the provinces won't, the federal government should take up the students' case.
- Three big problems make it hard for the federal government to attract top talent.
- It would help cement a close working relationship with the federal government in the future, she said.
- At present, however, the federal government has no power to deploy troops unilaterally.
- The takeover of all branches of the federal government by the extreme right is now virtually complete.
- Guinn's concerns have been supported by data collected by the federal government itself.
- Some 95 percent of its budget is derived from a variety of federal government funding.
- He is touted for setting up a program for formerly uninsured workers at no cost to the federal government.
- Although the federal government has not challenged the ruling, it has failed to comply with it.
- If the federal government had a real interest in defending its own cities, then it could have done so.
- Yet the local, regional and federal governments appear to have taken no precautions.
- He therefore rejected their claims for compensation from the federal government.
- Has there been a new era of provincial partnership with the federal government?
- He had been a distinguished federal judge on the second most powerful court in the nation.
- The fact that a matter might or might not give rise to a claim under federal jurisdiction does not constitute it as a claim.
- Nor did their training and effort constitute federal service, and thereby qualify them for future benefit.
- Keyes is right that the burden of responsibility should fall on federal shoulders.
- Almost $46m has already been disbursed by the federal emergency management agency.
- The state of Vermont has filed a lawsuit against the federal agency over the issue.
- None of them wants to give up federal funding and take responsibility for their own policies.
- The president should let all federal agencies know that reining in regulations is a priority.
- The prisons retain a federal connection to the central administration in Moscow.
- Drinking alcohol is theoretically illegal in India under the terms of the federal constitution.
- The leading role in it should be taken by federal agencies of the defense sectors of industry.
- If state law allows for direct access, then why should a federal agency deny payment?
- Because of the mix of state and federal responsibilities the politics of obesity are complex indeed.
- The federal agency is best known for guiding judges to set consistent prison terms.
- Other federal departments and agencies have been slower to embark on official histories.
- In one case federal money was provided to help monitor the police.
- It will make a mockery of the federal judiciary constitutional structure and religions.
- For a start, some may criticize the combination of federal and state data.
- Many, but not all, of the states with income taxes link them to the federal income tax.
- They have said they want to reduce the pensions of privileged federal civil servants and use the money for social programmes.
2(of central government)(taxes/law) nacional(taxes/law) federal
3Federal(in US history)federalnordista
- The battle came as the Northern Federal government led by Abraham Lincoln was on the verge of defeat.
1(in US history)federal masculino, femeninonordista masculino, femenino
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