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to govern | to govern sth.

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regieren | etw. regieren



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govern - regelnLast post 25 Dec 08, 11:48
The Law of Febraury 24th, 1984 decrees that the national language of the people of Luxembour…3 Replies
governLast post 03 Dec 14, 17:38
"we still had a province to govern" Hier geht es darum, dass ein Regierungsbeamter vom Köni…5 Replies
governLast post 25 Nov 09, 16:42
The inquiry is expected to be the most thorough investigation yet into the decisions that le…5 Replies
govern actionsLast post 07 Jul 09, 13:45
SBVR covers two aspects: Vocabulary (natural language ontology) and Rules (elements of guida…2 Replies
regierenLast post 21 Aug 06, 17:54
. Term used in linguistics, *not* to be confused with "reign". In German you can say "Dieses…3 Replies
Which laws govern defamation/libel in the EU?Last post 09 Aug 09, 10:14
I'm curious about the European laws on libel / defamation. The underlying situation is that …21 Replies
construe and governLast post 27 Jul 07, 17:05
This contract will be construed and governed in accordance with the laws of the USA Danke euch6 Replies
regieren überLast post 03 Jan 07, 15:59
Sorry, I don't have one. Does this simply mean to rule over or something else, or are there …1 Replies
STRENG regierenLast post 04 Nov 10, 16:22
Hallo, wie sagt man "streng regiert"? Es geht um den Führungsstil des Saudi Arabischen Köni…3 Replies
alleine regierenLast post 06 Jan 10, 16:12
Kontext: Die Regierung nutzt Art. 48, um 60 Tage lang alleine, also ohne Aufsicht durch den …11 Replies

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