Examples of governance in a Sentence
They have very different approaches to the governance of the city.
after World War II, the four Allied nations shared the governance of the territory of postwar Germany under the Allied Control Council
Recent Examples of governance from the Web
Columbia, having never incorporated as a city, has an unusual form of governance: Residents elect village boards, as well as a representative to the association board, on which Matthews also sits.
Such flattery matters in GOP Senate primaries these days, even as Republicans in Washington express increasing unease with the president's contradictory and pugilistic style of governance.
At a deeper level, many Iraqis accept the ideas of a leading Shiite theologian, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, who disagrees with Iran’s model of governance.
Is this just the reality of governance now, the reality of being commander in chief?
Companies like ours need to develop new models of governance.
This background has prepared him for at least one factor of governance: keeping voters entertained.
His role is primarily that of a facilitator and party leader to set a path of governance and encourage and work with congress to achieve those things.
The Carnegie Hall debut made the orchestra shine for its artistry and bring attention nationwide to its unique model of governance.
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GOVERNANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of governance for English Language Learners
: the way that a city, company, etc., is controlled by the people who run it
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