When the war was over, Empress Anna issued an ukase, in 1740, ordering the execution of the postponed expulsion.
By an ukase he ordered that all children throughout the country should be educated.
But nothing is allowed to obstruct the execution of an ukase from Petersburg, and the government is, on the whole, well served.
By this ukase the Russian Empire loses nearly one-half of its territories.
He gives his reasons in the ukase wherein the change is announced.
ukase, an edict issued by the Czar, having the force of a law.
The emperor Nicholas of Russia declared, by ukase, his purpose to assist Austria.
And he prepared the ukase condemning his son to banishment in Uralsk, then kissed the Czar's hand.
The ukase of June 23, 1794, conferred upon this enlarged Pale of Settlement the sanction of the law.
So long as he lives, perhaps, no ukase will silence the Hatti-scherif of the padishad beyond the Arpatschai.
1729, "decree issued by a Russian emperor," from Russian ukaz "edict," from ukazat' "to show, decree," from Old Church Slavonic ukazati, from u-, intensive prefix, + kazati "to show, order," which is related to the first element of Casimir.