administrative

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  • The main economic activity of the federal capital results from its administrative function.
  • Within the university's administrative structure, the highest body is the university court.
  • All deal with possible changes to law and/or administrative practice.
  • These men were carefully selected often having strong records of military success and administrative ability.
  • In fact, many county towns are no longer part of "their" administrative county.
  • The authority of the king was more religious than administrative.
  • "County town" is the current or former administrative capital of the county.
  • Before he could move, however, there were a number of administrative details to be settled.
  • In the following years, the first-level administrative division of Russia kept changing.
  • Administrative law in Germany can be divided into general administrative law and special administrative law.
  • Each state or union territory is further divided into administrative districts.
  • Most districts are named after their main commercial and administrative towns.
  • Special cities are one of the first-level administrative division within South Korea.
  • Special cities are one of the first-level administrative division within North Korea.
  • The Temple also has an executive director, whose task is to deal with administrative issues.
  • The country's dual name results from its complex administrative history before independence.
  • In a local church, many decisions are made by an administrative board or council.
  • The matter is then decided by an administrative court.
  • They were formally responsible for both military and civil administrative functions for their command areas.
  • It also has twelve administrative districts, each served by a local Community Board.
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Meaning of administrative

  • adjective Of or relating to or responsible for administration