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See for example Said, 1978. One writer commented that war elephants "have been found to be skittish and easily alarmed by unfamiliar sounds and for this reason they were found prone to break ranks and flee." Tibetan Mastiffs have floppy ears, which is what makes them more prone
then the President can promulgate ordinances.

The proposer seemed genuinely keen to promulgate greater public respect for reptiles.

Whilst working for a very large food company, Peter has recognised the need to promulgate knowledge to the entire industry and the public at large.

Equally, it would be unhelpful to promulgate precepts that institutions may not yet have competence to implement.

A Risk Management Authority, to develop and promulgate best practice for the assessment and management of high-risk offenders, is also recommended.

You can disagree with the teachings of the Roman Catholic church and promulgate different doctrines, but unless you have actually been part of that church and had influence within it, you are unlikely to trouble them or be branded a heretic.

Sheila did not think he should be personally funding his plans to promulgate research findings into the effectiveness of PC therapy.

But let us not mislead the public about the significance of individual, incremental steps in the arc of science, nor promulgate the notion that "crowdsourcing" scientific discovery will get us where we need to go.

If the new draft won approval from the council, a referendum on whether to promulgate it would be held on Jan. 10, followed by the election in September 2016, Wissanu said.

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