The act of promulgating or announcing something, especially a proclamation announcing a new law.(noun)
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Use "promulgation" in a sentence
"Likewise, in Question 90, Article 4, he notes that promulgation is necessary for a law to haveforce."
"The Ahmadiyah were explicitly "warned and ordered" that "as long as they consider themselves to hold to Islam, to discontinue the promulgation of interpretations and activities that are deviant from the principal teachings of Islam, that is to say the promulgation of beliefs that recognize a prophet with all his teachings who comes after the Prophet Muhammad SAW.""
"Gladstone.] [Footnote 49: Cf. his _Histoire diplomatique de l'Europe_.] [Footnote 50: The promulgation was a surprise to him; it was also a defeat, as he had aimed at a direct understanding between Greeks and Bulgars and not at a solution which left the Porte as arbitrator between these two Christian races."