administration, governance, governing body, establishment, brass, organization, organisationnoun
the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something
"he claims that the present administration is corrupt"; "the governance of an association is responsible to its members"; "he quickly became recognized as a member of the establishment"
brass section, arrangement, constitution, establishment, memorial tablet, organization, judicature, presidency, system, presidential term, face, ecesis, governing body, plaque, governing, disposal, validation, giving medication, government activity, boldness, formation, brass, administration, cheek, brass instrument, government, nerve, organisation, institution
government, governing, governance, government activity, administrationnoun
the act of governing; exercising authority
"regulations for the governing of state prisons"; "he had considerable experience of government"
authorities, political science, establishment, judicature, organization, presidency, presidential term, politics, governing body, governing, disposal, government activity, brass, giving medication, administration, government, regime, organisation
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Ive always had an opportunity to right a vessel that was somewhat listing and taking on water, i wouldnt object to being characterized as a Mr. Fix It. Ive liked the day-in, day-out challenges of governance.
We started with conservative solutions, john Kasich walked away from that conservative governance and those conservative principles.
The disappointment with the DPJ wasn't due to policies but governance - instability, infighting, defections and three premiers in three years, we haven't shown ... that we were able to improve and strengthen our governance as a party.
We're not speaking to political party issues, we're speaking to the concerns of the people. The path to victory is talking to the people, people who are overlooked, disconnected to governance themselves.
Aramco is more transparent, has stronger credit metrics and is on an improving ESG (environmental, social and governance) trajectory whereas the government is more complex, the link between the two however is understandably very strong.
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- johto, johtaminen, hallitseminen, hallintoFinnish
- la gouvernanceFrench
- irányítás, vezetés, kormányzásHungarian
- управление, руководствоRussian
- smerovanie, riadenie, vedenieSlovak
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