[ US /ˈidɪkt/ ]
[ UK /ˈiːdɪkt/ ]
[ UK /ˈiːdɪkt/ ]
- a formal or authoritative proclamation
a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)
a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there
How To Use edict In A Sentence
- The study predicted that, by 2022, the country would still require $7.2 billion in foreign aid a year—and that assumes an upsurge of so-far inexistent mining-industry revenue and no dramatic deterioration of security. Afghanistan Seeks Enduring Support
- Bishop Bernard Fellay revealed to ZENIT that the congregation told him to expect the publication of a statement issued "motu proprio" (on his own initiative) by Benedict XVI on the new structure of Ecclesia Dei before June 20. Fellay: Restructuring of Ecclesia Dei Imminent
- I showed up at West Point and found that 60% of my classmates were team captains, and 20% were valedictorians.
- Another step forward was the progressive declarations of invalidity extended to certain laws, decrees, and edicts issued in Stalin's time.
- A separable reinforced concrete numerical model and fluid-solid interconnection method were used to predict the development of surface bulge in LS-DYNA.
- Many predict 1991 will rival the great vintage of 1965.
- Benedict, put simply, is living out what he spoke of in Deus Caritas Est, which is true charity: Can we simply exclude them, as representatives of a radical fringe, from our pursuit of reconciliation and unity? Ecumenism
- This stuff doesn't merely placate the listener with predictable, danceable nursery rhymes but lashes out and lacerates the eardrum relentlessly.
- It's difficult to predict with any degree of certainty how much it will cost.
- Per hoc enim quod intelligimus vel gaudemus, ad aliquod obiectum aliqualiter nos habere oportet: amor vero aliquid alicui vult; hoc enim amare dicimur cui aliquod bonum volumus, secundum modum praedictum. Quitting Smoking