The time will come when matters of trade in the large shall be conducted nationally and municipally.
The Macedonian bowed to his sovereign with calm dignity, and in the name of the municipally hoped he had rested well.
The financial exhibit is in the highest degree encouraging to believers in the municipally owned system.
Salerno had even earlier had a medical school, long famous, which may or may not have been municipally endowed.
Bristol was still organized manorially rather than municipally.
No official patronage was given to the affair, and consequently it was not, municipally, of any weight.
Besides, Mr. Hofer is one of that small millionaire group that is trying to clean up San Francisco municipally.
1540s, from Middle French municipal, from Latin municipalis "of a citizen of a free town, of a free town," also "of a petty town, provincial," from municipium "free town, city whose citizens have the privileges of Roman citizens but are governed by their own laws," from municeps "citizen, inhabitant of a free town." Second element is root of capere "assume, take" (see capable). First element is from munus (plural munia) "service performed for the community, duty, work," also "public spectacle paid for by the magistrate, (gladiatorial) entertainment, gift," from Old Latin moenus "service, duty, burden," from PIE *moi-n-es-, generally taken as a suffixed form of root *mei- "to change, go, move" (Watkins; see mutable); but Tucker says "more probably" from the other PIE root *mei- meaning "bind," so that munia = "obligations" and communis = "bound together."