Examples of proclamation in a Sentence
the proclamation of martial law
The President issued a proclamation which freed the slaves.
Recent Examples of proclamation from the Web
Trump said in a proclamation released by the White House.
There were also raffles, giveaways and proclamations from the office of state Sen. Joel Anderson.
Keep in mind that this proclamation comes without Carter having ever played a snap with Legacy.
The notoriety brought Martinez a lot of attention, including a May 9 appearance on a Chicago television show at which he was presented with a key to the city of Aurora, and a proclamation declaring that day named in his honor in the city.
In 2002, he was awarded a proclamation in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as the Best Entertainment Manager Of All Time, and was also inducted into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame (his birth state) in 2011.
In 2017, in a proclamation published in the Federal Register, President Barrack H. Obama mentioned her book in remarks about the establishment of the Reconstruction Era Monument at the Sea Islands in South Carolina.
Mayor Ken Tutaj presented Biami with a bouquet of flowers and then read a proclamation congratulating her on being selected Miss St. Francis 2018 and wishing her the best in competing for the title of Miss Wisconsin.
In a May 23 proclamation, Kauai Mayor Bernard Carvalho ordered a 60-day extension to an emergency rule banning the operation of all overnight accommodations.
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PROCLAMATION Defined for English Language Learners
: the act of saying something in a public, official, or definite way : the act of proclaiming something
: an official statement or announcement made by a person in power or by a government
PROCLAMATION Defined for Kids
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