Meaning of MUNICIPAL in English





Portsmouth is yet another defunct municipal airport .


In many towns - including, supremely, Rome itself - municipal authority drained towards the bishop.

But opponents claim the law interferes with state and municipal authority and forces governments to be unnecessarily tolerant.

In 1991, the city was divided into 16 administrative areas or regions through negotiations between urban residents and the municipal authorities .

They petitioned the municipal authorities several times to discontinue the arrangement.


One involved a $ 396 million municipal bond deal for Pennsylvania.

Stay away from long-term municipal bonds .

What they have done, however, is turn the sleepy municipal bond industry into a caldron of backbiting and finger-pointing.

Maryland municipal bonds offer excellent after-tax returns.

But municipal bonds issued by towns where incinerators are under development are likely to be threatened by the elimination of the subsidies.

Selling municipal bonds in Atlanta was unthinkably wretched.

But in parts of the Southeast, one commodity should become less scarce this year: municipal bonds .

The brokerage arm of Chemical Banking Corp. will cease to underwrite and trade municipal bonds by the end of January.


By contrast a municipal corporation was a public governmental authority with administrative duties owed to all the inhabitants of its area.


The result is a rise, to 47.5 %, in the proportion of women on municipal councils .

They have developed a reasonably efficient administration, with an elected parliament and municipal councils .

The elections were for 30 municipal councils .

The new municipal councils worked only where troops were stationed and with military defeat the system collapsed.


Separately, a Socialist appeal to a municipal court in Nis was rejected last week, upholding the opposition victory there.

Police said the charges have been filed in municipal court because the injuries were minor.


Six months later in the municipal elections it fought eight seats in five London boroughs.

As the country braces for congressional and municipal elections in March, reconciliation takes on particular importance.

The significance of their municipal election on June 30 stretches far beyond this unfortunate town.

However, their big hope is municipal elections , and these have been postponed regularly, indefinitely and mysteriously.

At the municipal elections , twenty communities voted for the proposition.

Hamas, which also opposed participation, also supported the holding of municipal elections .

During municipal elections last December he pushed for direct elections, in place of the old system of lists controlled by party bosses.


These demands were simply ignored by the municipal government .

The municipal government structure described earlier continues to undergo formal and informal change.

However, the market women received enormous popular support and the municipal government was eventually forced to capitulate.

Now, Hardin, the Board of Trustees has not barred the establishment of a municipal government on Terminus.

This would have been unthinkable under previous authoritarian municipal governments .

Clearly the proliferation of little municipal governments runs counter to this philosophical wisdom and practical reality.

When the demonstrators reached the municipal government offices, there were some scuffles with a public security unit waiting for the students.


Treaties are called upon to perform a wide variety of functions corresponding to distinct transactions in municipal law .

That would be to establish a code of municipal law regulative of all private rights between man and man in society.

The scope of that Article was to bind member States to treaties concluded by the organisation, not contracts under municipal law .

This aspect distinguishes the arrangement from the typical commercial agency of municipal law .

Most commonly the relationship between individuals and territorial legal persons is governed by municipal law and procedure.

The legitimate waging of armed conflict is now confined to self-defence - an exception which is generally permitted in municipal law .

Differences in municipal law prevent any overall conclusions.


Their deaths brought to 10 the number of municipal police officers killed in Tijuana since August 1996, all of them shot.

Police told to stay away For many, the killing of municipal police chief Benitez deepens the mystery.

It was a municipal police officer who sighted Sanchez Ortega running, with the blood on his sleeve.

Besne Irigollen was second in command of the municipal police at the time.


Their support is based on a belief that the left governments have clean hands and have improved municipal services .

But now with several hundred thousand more people, municipal services are stretched beyond belief.


That left municipal water supply as the sole conceivable justification.


municipal authorities

Municipal elections will be held on April 12th.

Not far from the town centre is the municipal park.

the municipal bus and rail systems

The museum and other municipal buildings are threatened.


Although municipal waste seems to grow more slowly than income in rich countries, it does still grow.

Instead, companies are looking to develop partnerships that marry the traditions of municipal and private project finance.

It will be the first such municipal facility in the county.

Now, Hardin, the Board of Trustees has not barred the establishment of a municipal government on Terminus.

One involved a $ 396 million municipal bond deal for Pennsylvania.

One memorable day I wandered along to a municipal course and sat waiting while they fixed me up with a fourball.

Over 50 percent worked for local governments, primarily municipal or county building departments.

You're a semi-skilled mechanic, just like the municipal rat-catcher, on piecework.

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