Commands synonyms

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The amount offered or proposed:
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Mastership; rule; control
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The definition of control is power to direct, or an accepted comparison model in an experiment, or a device used for regulation.
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That which is required by authority; especially, a quota of supplies or necessaries.
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The wishes of constituents expressed to a representative, legislature, etc., as through an election and regarded as an order
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An authoritative order or command
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An order, command, or injunction.
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The definition of a caveat is a warning.
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Authority is defined as a person who is considered an expert in his field.
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The right or authority to decide:
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Sovereign power or authority; rule; dominion
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(Of a ruler) Supreme authority over all things.
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The ability to control others; authority; sway; influence
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(Geometry) The point in the interior of any figure of any number of dimensions that has as its coordinates the arithmetic mean of the coordinates of all points on the perimeter of the figure (of all points in the interior for a center of volume).
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(Informal) The buttocks.
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(Calculation) An instrument consisting of two rulers of equal length joined by a hinge.
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The act of beating or pounding.
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The troops stationed at a military post.
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A place in the country that offers simple group accommodations and organized recreation or instruction, as for vacationing children:
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An organisation for delivering letters, parcels etc., or the service provided by such an organisation. [from 17th c.]
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The partners whose names are not given in the title of a firm
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(Music) A number of eighth, sixteenth, etc., notes joined at the stems; sometimes rather indefinitely applied to any ornament made up of a few short notes.
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Understanding; comprehension:
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The definition of a facility is a building or room which was created to serve a specific purpose or is the ease of doing something.
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The rank, status, power or authority of a monarch.
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(Mormon Church) A governing body on a local level consisting of three men.
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(Uncountable) (cards and dominoes) The act or right of playing first in a game or round; the card suit, or piece, so played; as, your partner has the lead.
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The office, authority, government, or jurisdiction of a tyrant, or absolute ruler
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The position or power of a suzerain
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The rank, office, or authority of a primate
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Supreme power or authority.
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An order in writing from a competent authority instructing that a certain act be carried out.
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(Politics) The ensemble of right-wing political parties; political conservatives as a group.
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A tight hold; a firm grasp:
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The act of ruling; administration of law; government; empire; authority; control.
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The act of choosing to do something; a person's conscious intent or volition. [from 10th c.]
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The characteristic or most significant aspect or activity:
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An order; a request or instruction. [from 10th c.]
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A statute or other law formally adopted by a legislative body:
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Dictum is defined as a statement or ruling that is from an official source or that expresses a principle.
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An order issued under the authority of a court, commanding a person to appear in court on a particular date, usually to give testimony in a legal case.
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A guiding principle or requirement
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A prohibition imposed by law or official decree.
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A call, command, knock, or other signal that summons
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An act or instance of calling
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A final offer or demand, esp. by one of the parties engaged in negotiations, the rejection of which usually leads to a break in relations and unilateral action, the use of force, etc. by the party issuing the ultimatum
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An administrative act applying or interpreting articles of canon law.
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A request that some act be done or payment made in accordance with a legal requirement.
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A special skill, art, or dexterity
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Skill, expertness, or talent
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The period of rule, dominance, sway, etc.
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A sequence or arrangement of successive things:
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To rise above; exceed in height; tower over
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To manage; supervise:
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To overlook from a height:
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To have as a requisite or necessity; need or depend on:
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(Intransitive) To discern, notice, identify or distinguish.
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To control or keep in check.
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To ask (a person) to do something:
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To control, direct, or govern according to a rule, principle, or system; specif., to impose a body of regulations on a particular industry, type of business, etc.
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To set down as a rule or direction; order; ordain; direct
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To invest with ministerial or priestly authority; confer holy orders on:
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To become the master of; to subject to one's will, control, or authority; to conquer; to overpower; to subdue.
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(Intransitive) To achieve without fuss, or without outside help.
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To affect by gentle action; to exert an influence upon; to modify, bias, or sway; to persuade or induce.
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To bring about by authority or force; force to prevail:
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To exercise authority over; rule, administer, direct, control, manage, etc.
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Any of various factors that cause a body to change its speed, direction, or shape. Force is a vector quantity, having both magnitude and direction. Contributions of force from different sources can be summed to give the net force at any given point.
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To demand and get by authority or force; insist on
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(Chiefly literary) To lay upon, as an order or command; to give an injunction to; to direct with authority; to order; to charge.
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To exercise arbitrary or arrogant rule or control.
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To order or command with authority
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To gain control of or subdue by military force:
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To necessitate or require, as by force of circumstance; demand:
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To give power or authority to; authorize
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(Law) To decide the disposition of (property) by special authority
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(Intransitive) To change residence; to remove, as from one house, town, or state, to another; to go and live at another place. See also move out and move in.
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To guide, control, or direct (a vehicle).
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To force, compel, or urge; incite; constrain
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(Intransitive, sports) To serve as umpire or referee.
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To restrict; not to allow to go beyond a certain bound.
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(Mining) To trace (a lode or any mineral appearance) to its head.
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Captain means to lead.
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To guide or lead on a course:
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The definition of oblige is to compel, force or obligate someone to do something by force, or to do as someone wishes, or to be indebted to someone.
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The definition of oppress is to keep something down using cruel or unjust power.
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The definition of coerce means to use force or scare tactics to get someone to do something.
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Push is defined as to press, force or urge a person or thing to move or go away.
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To subdue is defined as to gain control over someone or something or to calm or quiet someone or something.
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To hinder is defined as to restrain or hold something back.
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To force into, or hold in, close bounds; confine
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To be in force, use, or effect; be current:
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To put down or subdue by force:
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To govern as a tyrant; rule with absolute power
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To dominate or hold power over, especially through numerical advantage; to outweigh.
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To exercise authoritative control over; to lord over; to boss around; to tell (someone) what to do, often repeatedly.
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To keep from departing or getting away:
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To restrain; check; control
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Check means to test, examine, compare or inspect something to see if it is as it should be.
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To aim, point, or turn in a certain direction:
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(Rare) To carry in a coach
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To have a legal course; to be attached; to continue in force, effect, or operation; to follow; to go in company.
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To oversee and manage; supervise.
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To oversee, direct, or manage (work, workers, a project, etc.); superintend
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To manage as an administrator.
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To manage, control, or direct
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To direct (the policies, actions, etc.) of; manage; regulate
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To counteract the normal operation of (an automatic control).
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(Logic) To explain or limit by adding differences.
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# To rule or determine in a contrary way; to decide against; to abrogate or alter.
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To make (a bill, etc.) into a law; pass (a law); decree; ordain
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To call or summon by a silent gesture
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Proclaim is defined as to announce or declare.
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To cite is defined as to tell someone they must appear in court.
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To summon is to order to meet, to bring together or to order to come.
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To keep (a person) from some right or privilege; exclude; bar
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To set aside
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To prohibit (an action) or forbid the use of (something), especially by official decree:
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(Eccles.) To prohibit; forbid
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To prohibit (an action or thing) or forbid (someone) to do something, especially by legal or ecclesiastical order.
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To refuse to permit; forbid by law or by an order
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To rule against; not permit; prohibit
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To proscribe is to make something illegal, or to forbid something to be done, or to banish someone for wrongdoing.
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To give justification for; warrant
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To give orders to; direct:
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To give or cause (pain, wounds, etc.) by or as by striking; cause to be borne
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To assign a task to; require or demand a piece of work of
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(Archaic) To cause (oneself) to own, hold, or master something, such as property or knowledge.
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To receive pleasure or satisfaction from something
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To boast about
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An authoritative command or order.
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A formal oral or written declaration, especially with regard to facts or claims:
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(Uncountable) The act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with information or knowledge.
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(Law) A direction or order issued by an authority; a writ, command, or process.
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The definition of leadership is the position of guiding a group, or the ability to lead. Leadership can exist in both formal and informal groups. For example:
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That which is enjoined; an order; a mandate; a decree; a command; a precept; a direction.
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A command; an order.
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An order issued by legal authority, traditionally beginning with the word fiat (“let it be done”); decree
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(Obs.) Priority or precedence
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The act of dominating; exercise of power in ruling; dominion; supremacy; authority, often when arbitrary or insolent.
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(By extension) The person(s) at the forefront of any group or movement.
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A permanent army post, as distinguished from a temporary camp
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A particular rank or kind, as of students or athletes, based on achievement, age, sex, etc.
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Any large group joined together in some activity
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(UK, dialect) sloppy mud
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(Commerce) An item which may be sold singly.
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The definition of expertise is advanced knowledge or skill.
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Supreme rule; absolute power or authority; dominion
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The exercise of authority over a state, district, organization, institution, etc.; direction; control; rule; management
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Supervision is the act or process of directing a person or group of people.
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A form of government in which all power is vested in a single ruler or other authority.
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Legal power or right; sanction
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(Management) The executives of an organisation, especially senior executives.
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A controlling or dominating force; restraining authority
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Control or repression of feelings; constraint.
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The threat or use of force to prevent, restrict, or dictate the action or thought of others.
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The use of authority, influence, or other power to force (compel) a person or persons to act.
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Government by force
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The act of enacting.
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A governmental, now esp. municipal, statute or regulation
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Regulation is the act of controlling, or a law, rule or order.
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The act or an instance of notifying.
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The act of citing.
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(Law) A written order issued by a court, commanding the party to whom it is addressed to perform or cease performing a specified act.
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(Law) The offence of commanding or inducing another to violate the law.
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The act or an instance of requiring
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The act of proscribing; prohibition.
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The act of proclaiming or the condition of being proclaimed.
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A proclamation of law or other authoritative command
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The act of imposing or the condition of being imposed.
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A religious law or body of law decreed by the church.
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The act of interdicting or something interdicted
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An order or law that forbids
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A directive is defined as an order or an official instruction.
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Skill or command in a particular activity:
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The definition of a skill is a talent or ability that comes from training or practice.
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Ability to do something easily; particular skill
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Skill; craftsmanship
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The ability to remember; memory
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To grasp the meaning or logic of; understand:
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To turn inside out or upside down:
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To attempt to stop the progression of; to resist or antagonize by physical means, or by arguments, etc.; to contend against; to confront; to resist; to withstand.
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To be contrary to; to oppose; to resist.
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(Now Rare) To recall
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To cancel or reverse (a previously issued command or order).
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To ask for (something) in an urgent or humble manner:
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To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
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To carry out or fulfill the command, order, or instruction of.
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A giving of lower ranking, class, or priority to one claim or debt with respect to another claim or debt.
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(Politics) A political party or movement opposed to the party or government in power.
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The act or an instance of reversing.
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A statement in opposition to another; denial
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A revoking or being revoked; cancellation; repeal; annulment
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The act of recanting or disavowing a previously held statement or belief.
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A sports team representing the US Military Academy at West Point.
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To be, come, or go before in time, place, order, rank, or importance
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The act or process of administering, especially the management of a government or large institution.
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A statement describing a relationship observed to be invariable between or among phenomena for all cases in which the specified conditions are met:
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Familiarity or understanding of a particular skill, branch of learning etc. [from 14th c.]
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