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
Nirenberg described the amendments as bad for the governance of San Antonio.
Project Follow Through, which was part of President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty, funded intensive coaching of teachers, medical care for children, engagement of families in school governance, and parenting classes.
Egypt invited Hamas officials to Cairo this week in a bid to defuse tensions and encourage the group and Mr. Abbas’s Fatah party to reconcile and return governance of the strip to the Palestinian Authority.
But there are concerns about the governance of the new fund, about how much money would be involved and about how non-eurozone members would contribute.
Subsequently, the Municipal Charter was written and enacted as the guiding document for the governance of the new entity.
Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves has even called for legal changes to safeguard the governance of Sweden’s payment system.
Nor is the decision to drop Williams’ short-term incentive in 2017 that unusual for companies going through a difficult year, said corporate governance expert Nell Minow.
The IP Strategy will also support training for federal employees who deal with IP governance.
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administration, care, charge, conduct, control, direction, government, guidance, handling, intendance, management, operation, oversight, presidency, regulation, running, stewardship, superintendence, superintendency, supervision;
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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