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 effort was led by N R Narayana Murthy, who had clashed with the board in recent months over the company’s performance, corporate governance and the compensation of former Chief Executive Officer Vishal Sikka.
Immelt also could help with Uber’s corporate governance and regulatory challenges, and perhaps take a strategic knife to costly business ventures to shore up the company’s financials.
Areas of student are designed to strengthen leadership skills and give members a firm foundation in the essential governance skills needed to carry out their responsibilities.
Meanwhile in China, a wobbly republican state led by military general Yuan Shikai replaced the imperial system of governance in 1912.
Whether its unorthodox admissions policy and shared governance will change remains to be seen.
Danielle Brown, Google’s vice president of diversity, integrity and governance, also pushed back against assertions in the memo.
His impulsive tweeting, his compulsive television-watching, and his ignorance of the basic rules of governance and the nuances of domestic and international policy mean that he is uniquely positioned to make extraordinarily consequential mistakes.
However, entomologists today are finding that a lot of it is self-governance and that ants are communicating to each other at great speeds.
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Synonymsadministration, authority, rule, government, jurisdiction, regime (also régime), regimen
Related Wordsreign; dominion, power, sovereignty (also sovranty), supremacy, sway; command, leadership; direction, management, regulation, superintendence, supervision; autocracy, dictatorship, domination, hegemony, mastery, oppression, subjugation, tyranny
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