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promulgation

[ prom-uhl-gey-shuhn ]
/ ˌprɒm əlˈgeɪ ʃən /
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noun
the act of making a law or decree known, or formally putting it into effect, by public declaration: Upon adoption, signing, and promulgation of these provisions in the established procedure, they acquire the power of law.
the act of publicly teaching or setting forth an idea, doctrine, etc.: The systematic study of parasites began with the promulgation of the germ theory.
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OTHER WORDS FROM promulgation

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