Prepositions used with "mandate"
"to mandate" or "of mandate"?
|In 74% of cases mandate to is used|
|Though that's probably a little expensive to mandate.|
|CC's approach thus far has of course been to mandate public domain for all data.|
|National regulation to mandate for the capture of burgeoning landfill greenhouse gas emissions.|
|That funding was actually the bludgeon that the Feds used to pressure the State governments to mandate helmets.|
|Du n no -- at the end of course it needs some inter national body to mandate like IOC and work with governments to follow.|
|If the law is going to mandate that a hospital MUST treat you whether you can pay or not, then the law should be paying for you.|
|I wonder if the data is sounder in the papers from outside of Australia? There are particular reasons not to mandate helmets for children.|
|We announced during the summit that the UK will be the first country to mandate large companies to report on their greenhouse gas emissions.|
|The only way to keep your declaration order consistent between different people is to mandate their CSS declarations must be in alphabetical order.|
|All of this surveillance issues are driven by the need for profit and a willing purchasing Goverment willing to write laws to mandate the use of this technology.|
|In 18% of cases mandate of is used|
|Nearly two-thirds of mandate's 2,000 recommendations would be adopted or attempted by the Reagan Administration.|
|This is the argument of mandate Politics, by political scientists Lawrence Grossback, David Peterson, and James Stimson.|
|Equally, the mayor's opponents must acknowledge he has some degree of mandate from voters to implement his progress agenda.|
|Within the campaign exist vicarious liabilities so great that few associating with the folly dare concede the absence of mandate.|
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