a proclamation in a sentence
1. But emancipation is a proclamation and not a fact.
2. ... Far, far from Christ's betrothed be such a proclamation!
3. a proclamation of 27 March 1663 made the coins legal currency.
4. The Passion ends with a proclamation by the chorus.
5. On 16 July a proclamation was issued for Watson's arrest.
6. and a proclamation of Free Will in matters of faith.
7. A proclamation (Lat.
8. a Proclamation from Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley in 2007;
9. There was a proclamation that there be no original writs.
10. He issued a proclamation of Thanksgiving on 14 January 1783.
11. Peter issues a proclamation that Catherine is dying.
12. Riley issued a proclamation making May 16 "Taylor Hicks Day".
13. After due deliberation the Rani issued a proclamation.
14. a proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln;
15. a proclamation by President Ronald Reagan;
16. a proclamation protected ironwood, stinkwood and yellowwoods;
17. An anonymous Queen makes a proclamation —
18. A proclamation that was never actually read.
19. It is a proclamation of independent thoughts;
20. A proclamation was issued and read out to the public.
21. Responding to a proclamation on Nov.
22. The President is requested to issue each year a proclamation—
23. Abdallah made a proclamation in Jawf in 1187.
24. 35) is a proclamation and list of emperors by an unknown author.
25. 42) is a proclamation of Dioscorides written in Greek.
26. It is a proclamation of independent thoughts;
27. They were also presented a proclamation by Min.
28. Britain issued a proclamation of neutrality on 13 May 1861.
29. As mayor, Dean refused to sign a proclamation for LGBT "pride."
30. This chapter contains a "Proclamation against Tyre".
- the King's constitution
- Bishop Justí Guitart
- i Vilardebó
- their authorities
- a French military detachment
- well-known Colonel René-Jules Baulard
- Francoist Spain
- the subsequent economic boom
- the entry
- the capitalist era
- Francoist troops
- the Andorran border
- the later stages
- an important smuggling route
- two fascist states
- Many Andorrans
- the passivity
- both the entry
- economic crimes
- General Council members
- the Council's political and diplomatic actions
- Andorra's survival
- its sovereignty
- the two world wars
- Nazi-occupied countries
- the British Mi6
- almost 400 fugitives
- Allied military personnel
- pro-Axis informers
- Gestapo agents
- a smuggling black market network
- cinematic art
- totalitarian regimes
- the Hotel Mirador
- a meeting place
- Spanish Republicanism
- film societies
- Franco's Spain
- an anti-censorship attraction
- the Catalan