bureaucratic

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  • He had no bureaucratic experience and knew little of the police department.
  • His limited resources forced him, during his university studies, to accept bureaucratic positions.
  • It is quite a different matter when it comes to public services and other bureaucratic structures.
  • The majority of modern bureaucratic officials and political leaders represent this type of authority.
  • It soon became a bureaucratic machine for civil government as well.
  • We support the struggle of workers in these countries against the bureaucratic ruling class.
  • Although they could not hold the highest public offices in the empire, they had many bureaucratic positions within the government.
  • Self-help groups are less bureaucratic and work on a more grassroots level.
  • There can be bureaucratic competition, which becomes associated with different ideas.
  • Within the bureaucratic institutions, it's just like a sea, it can go one way or the other.
  • Some of this was based on the idea that there would be conflict between the bureaucratic north and the commercial south.
  • Barton was forced out, and new leadership established a more professional and bureaucratic organization.
  • Bureaucratic matters and matters of the court were his main themes, along with history.
  • Once inside, however, it becomes daunting to get out again without bureaucratic assistance.
  • We have operating within our government and political system, another body representing another form of government - a bureaucratic elite.
  • In an advanced industrial-bureaucratic society, everything becomes part of the expanding machine, even people.
  • Special travel agents can help potential visitors through the bureaucratic process.
  • He created bureaucratic offices and built a central administrative building.
  • Special operations and intelligence concerning Latin America was a bureaucratic problem throughout the war.
  • However its bureaucratic system has been criticized as causing unnecessary destruction of nature.
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Words starting with bureaucratic

Meaning of bureaucratic

  • adjective Of or relating to or resembling a bureaucrat or bureaucracy
    his bureaucratic behavior annoyed his colleagues, a bureaucratic nightmare