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 Meanings and Examples of GOVERNMENT
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government
 n.  the governing body of a nation, state, or community
Classic Sentence: (210 in 15 pages)
1  And because all governments inspire respect at the first, this government also lasted for a while, but not for long, and seldom after the generation which brought it into existence had died out.
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Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER II.
2  We should, therefore, be careful how we censure the government of Rome, and should reflect that all the great results effected by that republic, could not have come about without good cause.
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Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER IV.
3  Wherefore, it seems to me worth while to consider whether the government of Rome could ever have been constituted in such a way as to prevent like controversies.
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4  Sparta created for herself a government consisting of a king and a limited senate.
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Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER VI.
5  All become its bitter enemies who, drawing their support from the wealth of the tyrant, flourished under his government.
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Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER XVI.
6  For a free government bestows its honours and rewards in accordance with certain fixed rules, and on considerations of merit, without which none is honoured or rewarded.
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7  But from the head being removed while the trunk was still sound, it was not difficult for the Romans to return to a free and constitutional government.
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8  And so we find that Milan, although desirous to return to a free form of government, on the death of Filippo Visconti, had neither the force nor the skill needed to preserve it.
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9  I think it neither out of place, nor inconsistent with what has been said above, to consider whether a free government existing in a corrupt city can be maintained, or, not existing, can be introduced.
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10  From all these causes comes the difficulty, or rather the impossibility, which a corrupted city finds in maintaining an existing free government, or in establishing a new one.
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11  Like precautions should be used by all who would put an end to the old government of a city and substitute new and free institutions.
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12  This, I say, should be seen to by him who would establish a constitutional government, whether in the form of a commonwealth or of a kingdom.
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13  But he who would create an absolute government of the kind which political writers term a tyranny, must renew everything, as shall be explained in the following Chapter.
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14  For this is most true which is asserted by the writers on civil government, that a people which has recovered its freedom, bites more fiercely than one which has always preserved it.
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Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER XXVIII.
15  As a remedy, I would recommend that course being adopted which was followed by the Roman republic in order to be less ungrateful than others, having its origin in the nature of the Roman government.
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Get Context   In BOOK 1: CHAPTER XXX.
Example Sentence: (210 in 15 pages)
16  The government must take action now to stop the rise in violent crime.
17  The government has threatened to take military action if the rebels do not withdraw from the area.
18  The administration of jusice is the firmest pillar of government.
19  Administration should be an apolitical tool of the government.
20  Eastern Slavonia is to revert to Croatian government rule next year after a transitional period under U.
21  Patterns of public administration and government are superimposed on traditional societies.
22  Senior government officials admit they have not been able to subdue the rebels.
23  The government does not admit that the Hospital Service is underfunded.
24  This latest cut in government spending will affect income support recipients and their families.
25  These salary increases will affect only the highest echelons of local government.
26  Guerrillas have pledged to intensify the armed struggle against the new government.
27  There have been seven coup attempts against the beleaguered government.
28  The government wants to take a hard line against the strikers.
29  The government has expressed "deep dismay" at police violence against protesters.
30  The government instituted a consumer protection agency.