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promulgated

[ prom-uhl-gey-tid ]
/ ˈprɒm əlˌgeɪ tɪd /
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adjective

(of a law, court decree, etc.) publicly declared; formally proclaimed or put into effect:The cell phone provider has implemented all promulgated regulations and revised all of its tariff plans.
(of a doctrine, theory, idea, etc.) taught, set forth, or advanced publicly:Increased access to services and facilities is one of the promulgated social benefits of a more compact urban form.

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