Examples of legitimacy in a Sentence
the legitimacy of the military dictatorship was not recognized by most other nations
Recent Examples of legitimacy from the Web
That way, Kim would gain a new global legitimacy, merely by standing alongside the US president mouthing diplomatic phrases.
In its memo submitted to the city, Withey Morris questioned the legitimacy of the appellant, Gutierrez, because the address and phone number listed on her appeal do not appear to belong to her.
The site has been a meeting place for posters who question NASA’s general veracity and those who dabble in conspiracy theories — like questioning the legitimacy of the moon landing.
Furthermore, the ambitious economic and social reforms underway in Saudi Arabia are unlikely to produce sustainable results with sufficient political legitimacy if the basic rights of Saudi people are not respected.
Or will the tech platforms where this is occuring begin to understand that giving legitimacy to health misinformation via high search and social rankings is profoundly harmful?
Doctors say the potential move would give legitimacy to a disorder that some people are reluctant to recognize and help expand a list of available treatment options.
For Kim, about half Trump's age and representing the third generation of North Korea's ruling dynasty, the summit affords both him and his long-isolated country the international legitimacy his father and grandfather could only dream of.
The militant threat has since diminished, but there are concerns now that hard-line Islamists are being encouraged to take part in politics, which will give them greater legitimacy.
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