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
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The Northwest Indiana Regional Development Authority hopes a 49-page governance agreement convinces a federal agency to help fund the South Shore Line’s West Lake extension at the higher costs.
Meanwhile, the Maastricht Treaty, signed in February 1992, created the pan-national economic and governance institution that, in November of 1993, would take shape as the European Union.
Kalanick's appointments came ahead of the board's meetings to consider new rules of governance for the company that would change shareholder voting rights and potentially the structure of the board.
Far distanced from those in authority, a natural gift for self-governance and increasing economic vitality made the Revolution possible.
Strategy U-Turn Eutelsat would have faced financing and governance hurdles with an Inmarsat takeover, which would have represented a strategy U-turn, Olivier Moral, an analyst at HSBC, wrote in a research note.
Even after Kalanick was discarded, the venture capital firm launched a surprise lawsuit that was ultimately used as negotiating leverage and dropped for a series of governance changes that offered Kalanick’s successor a clean slate.
For Trump, leadership is effective governance by any means necessary.
As with his predecessor Eliot Spitzer, the interesting question about Mr. Schneiderman quickly became: How will the great American experiment in self-governance, in order to remain great, bring his cynical, demagogic career to an end?
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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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