administrative unit

  1. a unit with administrative responsibilities
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How To Use administrative unit In A Sentence

  • Larger administrative units are usually associated with a greater concentration of service outlets.
  • But modern life has moved beyond such administrative units as boroughs and as a result, the need for wardens has diminished.
  • If an accountant who is loyal to his duty and adheres to principles is wrongly treated, the superior administrative unit shall instruct the unit in which he works to correct the mistake.
  • Ownership should reside both in national government and in any of a variety of smaller local or regional administrative units. Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies
  • In the 1990s, governors of oblasts (administrative units roughly comparable to states) and presidents of republics acquired significant political autonomy.
  • The townland is the smallest, officially recognised administrative unit in Ireland, and there are around 54,000 in the country.
  • The basic tactical and administrative units of those forces were the regiment and troop for the cavalry and the battalion and company for the foot. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000
  • The provinces were grouped into larger administrative units called a diocese, ruled by a governor general who answered to a praetorian prefect, who in turn answered to one of the tetrarchs.
  • Vincent and the Grenadines was a separate administrative unit of the The 2007 CIA World Factbook
  • I have no idea what kind of administrative unit the disciplinary committee belongs to, whether it has the power to order the student press's editors not to publish content related with sex.
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