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  • All government affairs and services are administered by either the state or local municipality.
  • City policy is then administered by a full-time city manager.
  • Most of its and its recently announced are administered from this campus.
  • The honor system is intended to be student-run and student-administered.
  • They were free to practice their religion and administer their own affairs.
  • The association founded and administers the following student leadership programs to further these goals.
  • Each national park in Scotland is administered by a national park authority.
  • Was the queen the highest authority of administering justice from the beginning of political organization?
  • From that point on, he spent much of his time administering these properties.
  • Hence there has also been for some time the will to create a self-administering youth centre.
  • The executive authority is an officer known as or, who administers the district.
  • Within each college are several schools that administer the academic programs.
  • The town is administered by a mayor-council form of government.
  • He showed how to run a company and administer a theatre.
  • The municipal government is administered by the city manager hired by the city council.
  • For example, one may administer a test to a number of individuals.
  • Once students have determined a program of study, they become a member of the academic college administering the program.
  • The daily operations of the City are administered by a full-time City Manager.
  • For the next five years, a military government administered South West Africa.
  • Overall, they all liked each other, which was very important when administering the drug.
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Meaning of administer

  • verb Work in an administrative capacity; supervise or be in charge of
    administer a program, she administers the funds
  • verb Perform (a church sacrament) ritually
    administer the last unction
  • verb Give or apply (medications)
  • verb Direct the taking of
    administer an exam, administer an oath