Origin of diktat
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How to use diktat in a sentence
A “governance council” sits above them, whose members issue diktats and establish operating procedures — while not actually working in the trenches.Startups must curb bureaucracy to ensure agile data governance|Annie Siebert|April 1, 2021|TechCrunch
Even in 1960 such a diktat might have been, well, “understandable” in a Southern city such as Washington then was.
But now Fergie appears ready to defy the implicit diktat of the House of Windsor to stay away.The Curse of Fergie: Sarah Ferguson Is Back, at the London Olympics|Tom Sykes|August 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Opponents were transformed, by cultural diktat, into “wing-nuts.”