cantonal

All Adjective Noun
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  • There are thirty-five banks of issue doing business under cantonal law. Cited from Direct Legislation by the Citizenship, by James W. Sullivan
  • Only four years later, the cantonal administration took over the castle and converted it into government offices.
  • She was also vice-president of the conference of cantonal directors for justice and police.
  • They also stand for their efforts for a like-minded political assembly on a cantonal and national level.
  • They called for two main changes in the cantonal constitution.
  • Some cities also operate municipal police agencies as provided for by cantonal law.
  • The cantonal government (Council of State) has seven members who are elected for four years.
  • They hold true at the federal level and mostly so at the cantonal and communal level.
  • The plans of every new factory must be submitted to the cantonal government.
  • Appropriate criteria have only been developed by individual cantonal courts up until now.
  • There were numerous other issues voted upon at the cantonal and municipal levels.
  • He served on various administrative positions, on municipal, cantonal and state level.
  • Small and middle-sized businesses make up about a quarter of the cantonal economy.
  • The cantonal elections use a two-round system similar to that employed in the country's legislative elections.
  • In both city and cantonal councils each member is the head of an administrative department. Cited from Direct Legislation by the Citizenship, by James W. Sullivan
  • But available data also make it possible to show a large proportion of social benefits at the cantonal level.
  • The proponents, however, were able to record their first success at the cantonal level.
  • He has served on the board of the cantonal party section since 1993.
  • The list of officially-approved insurance companies can be obtained from the cantonal authority.
  • Its chief governmental features, cantonal and federal, are the work of the present generation. Cited from Direct Legislation by the Citizenship, by James W. Sullivan
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Meaning of cantonal

  • adjective Of or relating to a canton