Municipal in a sentence

The word "municipal" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of municipal and how to use it in a sentence.

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Definition of Municipal

  • Of or pertaining to a city or a corporation having the right of administering local government; as, municipal rights; municipal officers.
  • Of or pertaining to a state, kingdom, or nation.
  • relating or belonging to or characteristic of a municipality

How to use municipal in a sentence. Municipal pronunciation.

At the end of a few hours, special couriers were sent on all roads leading to foreign courts, bearing the news of the delivery of the Empress; the Emperor's pages being charged with this mission to the Senate of Italy, and the municipal bodies of Milan and Rome.
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At four o'clock the Senate left its palace; the Council of State, the Tuileries; the Corps Legislatif, its palace; the Court of Cassation, the Court of Accounts, the Council of the University, and the Imperial Court, the ordinary places of their sittings; the municipal corps of Paris and the deputations from the forty-nine good towns, the Hotel de Ville.
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The prayers being ended, their Majesties, at eight o'clock in the evening, went to the Hotel de Ville, and were there received by the municipal corps.
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Our municipal institutions are a mere farce, our provincial assemblies only a name, our local liberties naught!
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In the municipal towns, liberty and justice were dead.
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I believe in municipal ownership of street cars, and all that sort of thing.
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And I've no inclination toward municipal ownership.
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But I'm not madly in love with municipal ownership.
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When you come to think of it, a taste for dancing and a taste for municipal ownership stand at the two ends of the earth away from each other.
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On the evening of the first day of the strike, armed groups from the revolutionary party would proceed first to the municipal light plant, and, having driven out any employees who remained at their posts, or such volunteers as had replaced them, would plunge the city into darkness.
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The municipal employees had refused to strike, and only by force would the city go dark that night.
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CHAPTER XLIX Howard went back to the municipal building, driving furiously through the empty streets.
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The Municipal Building was under guard.
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Mrs. Budlong's wealth seemed to be accepted as a sort of municipal legacy.
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The court ultimately grew into a capital, the municipal offices of which were held by royal officials.
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In its origin it was the municipal council of Jerusalem (so also the councils of provincial towns are called synedria, Mark xiii.
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The respect in which the synedrial president was held rapidly increased; like Christian patriarchs under Mahometan rule, he was also recognised by the imperial government as the municipal head of the Jews of Palestine, and bore the secular title of the old high priests (nasi, ethnarch, patriarch).
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In the first place, his old age; secondly, his simplicity; to both which qualities our statute and common laws, civil and municipal together, allow many excuses for any slips or escapes which, through the invincible imperfection of either, have been inconsiderately stumbled upon by a person so qualified.
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A large part of young Wylie's experience had been acquired by manipulating municipal contracts and the aldermen connected therewith; he now worked along similar lines.
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But the municipal university is destined to democratize the higher education even more completely than the state university.
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Examples of Municipal

Example #1
Orders were given in the fortified towns and ports that the same salutes should be fired as at Paris, and that the fleets should be decorated.
Example #2
In order to respond to the eagerness of the crowd which pressed continually around the doors of the palace to learn of the welfare of the Empress and her august child, it was decided that one of the chamberlains should stand from morning till evening in the first saloon of the state apartments, to receive those who came, and inform them of the bulletins which her Majesty's physicians issued twice a day.
Example #3
On their arrival at the Metropolitan Church these bodies were placed by the master of ceremonies with his aides, according to their rank, on the right and left of the throne, reaching from the choir to the middle of the nave.
Example #4
They had as spectators the entire population of Paris, increased by a prodigious crowd of strangers of every class.
Example #5
A brilliant concert and a sumptuous banquet had been tendered them by the city of Paris.
Example #6
Immediately the acclamations, which had been repressed till then from respect to the ceremony and the sanctity of the place, burst forth on all sides.