There is so much uncertainty within the country, which is not good, because governance is already so poor.
This is not governance in any meaningful sense at all; it is lowest form of base politics.
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The civilian and political part—development and governance—that has yet to be worked out.
While not all 86 million maintain positions of governance or public service, the Party's machinery runs on watchmaker precision.
So have I seen this grand law asserting the governance of its God in those Alpine crags on which the stars seem to pause.
This was soon made apparent during the first year of her governance.
With right good will, said Arthur; for Sir Galahalt, the haut prince, shall have you in governance.
Side by side with that, as we now see, we must change the governance of nations.
She developed a theory on the governance of England, beautifully frank and simple.
late 14c., "act or manner of governing," from Old French gouvernance "government, rule, administration; (rule of) conduct," from governer (see govern). Fowler writes that the word "has now the dignity of incipient archaism," but it might continue useful in its original sense as government comes primarily to mean "the governing power in a state."