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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. To make a law, rule, etc. known by public declaration.
2. To make publicly known an idea, belief, etc.
From Latin promulgare (to make known), from pro- (forward) + mulgere (to milk, to cause to come out). Earliest documented use: 1526.
"In recent years the EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] has also promulgated rules limiting the release of mercury and other toxins from power plants."
Appalachian Fall; The Economist (London, UK); Sep 28, 2013.
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