Some articles on public, city public prosecutor, city:
... A depiction of a mandala may be less public than that of a deity ... That of a higher tantric deity may be less public than that of a lower ... degree to which information on Vajrayāna is now public in western languages is controversial among Tibetan Buddhists ...
... Uncertainty in science, and science in general, is often interpreted much differently in the public sphere than in the scientific community ... This is due in part to the diversity of the public audience, and the tendency for scientists to misunderstand lay audiences and therefore not communicate ideas ... Also, in the public realm, there are often many scientific voices giving input on a single topic ...
... authority, responsibility and financial resources for providing public services among different levels of governance ... the planning, financing and management of public functions from the central government or regional governments and its agencies to local governments, semi-autonomous public ...
... is a public utility company based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, serving more than 3.3 million electric customers and 1.8 million natural gas customers in eight states ... Operating companies include Northern States Power Company, Public Service Company of Colorado, and Southwestern Public Service Co ...
... terms and intimated he would drop it immediately if it were to attract too much public attention ... On March 23, a member of the Public Chamber of Russian Federation, Mr ... filed an official request with the Office of the Novgorod City Public Prosecutor, for attention of Novgorod City Prosecutor Mr ...
Famous quotes containing the words city and/or public:
“I counted two and seventy stenches,
All well defined and several stinks!
Ye Nymphs that reign oer sewers and sinks,
The river Rhine, it is well known,
Doth wash your city of Cologne;
But tell me, Nymphs! what power divine
Shall henceforth wash the river Rhine?”
—Samuel Taylor Coleridge (17721834)
“... until both employers and workers groups assume responsibility for chastising their own recalcitrant children, they can vainly bay the moon about ignorant and unfair public criticism. Moreover, their failure to impose voluntarily upon their own groups codes of decency and honor will result in more and more necessity for government control.”
—Mary Barnett Gilson (1877?)