Some articles on granting:
... in the dominions, the Governor-General of the Irish Free State had three options The granting of the Royal Assent, meaning that a Bill became an Act The reserve of the ...
... charged that the Massachusetts Department of Education failed to observe its own rules in granting the charter ... that local school districts have no role in the granting of a charter, that the State Board of Education has "the final decision" on granting charters ...
... Under foundation (fundatio) in the broader sense is included the granting of the necessary means for the erection and maintenance of a benefice ... Thus, granting that a church is necessary to a benefice, three things are requisite the assignment of land, the erection of the church at one's private expense (aed ...
... MD-granting medical schools are accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education, while DO-granting medical schools are accredited by the American ... There are presently 141 accredited MD-granting institutions and 29 accredited DO-granting institutions in the U.S ...
... and proper texts for the Mass and the Divine Office granting the recognitio to translations of liturgical books and their adaptations promoting the liturgical apostolate or sacred music, song or art ensuring that ... and the existence of a just cause for granting a dispensation ... confirmation of heavenly patrons and the granting of the title of minor basilica giving assistance to bishops so that the prayers and pious exercises of the Christian people may be fostered and held in ...
Famous quotes containing the word granting:
“O cheer and tune my heartless breast,
Defer no time;
That so thy favours granting my request,
They and my mind may chime,
And mend my rhyme.”
—George Herbert (15931633)
“The fates are not quite obdurate;
They have a grim, sardonic way
Of granting them who supplicate
The thing they wanted yesterday.”
—Roselle Mercier Montgomery (18741933)
“For granting we have sinned, and that the offence
Of man is made against Omnipotence,
Some price that bears proportion must be paid,
And infinite with infinite be weighed.”
—John Dryden (16311700)