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A number of states are pushing for even wider powers.
Although most are property of the Imperial family, they have wide powers.
The administrator is given extremely wide powers under the Act.
Under the new law, the police have been given wider powers to search and investigate.
The new regions would have wide powers to control their own security and petroleum resources.
But the full House, after some senior committee members had second thoughts, backed away from giving an outside group such wide powers.
It also gave security agencies wide powers of search and arrest.
The Commissioner has wide powers to receive information and look at document.
Congress governments, with wide powers, were formed in these provinces.
He says the bill would give religious leaders wide powers over economy, education and publishing, among other critical sectors.
The police were given wide powers to act without warrants and to seize weapons.
As such, the Australian states wanted to be explicitly granted wide powers in their own right.
To assist them in carrying out this role, they had new and wider powers to buy land to make it available for development.
It also gives the military wide powers to arrest and jail suspects without trial.
These were wide powers given to men who could profit financially by seizure.
Most of the Act dealt with control, but local authorities were given wide powers to provide caravan sites.
However, local authorities were given wide powers to grant licenses outside these restrictions.
The constitution of Afghanistan gives the president wide powers over military and legislative affairs.
The president's men hope the assembly will make few changes to the draft, which already grants the regions wide powers.
The commission has more money and wider powers than its feeble predecessor.
A legacy from British colonial times, the laws give wide powers of arrest without charges.
He said such problems can sway elected officials, who often have wide powers over regulated utilities.
Under the emergency declaration, the police have wide powers to detain people for 28 days without charges.
The act granted the agency wide powers previously afforded only to the courts.
"But," said Michael, "the local Authorities have very wide powers, and much more chance of getting the money."
It is associated with defiance and standing up to larger powers.
The threat of a war with larger powers intervening frightened them.
Plus my own considerably larger powers of observation, in a statistical sense.
"The money from any of the larger powers could turn up anywhere, so John saw no reason to hedge.
These were not large powers, but later changes were to enlarge them.
Instead of passing their information on to the larger powers, they prefer to sit on it and feel important.
GB can not afford getting dragged into yet another power struggle between large powers.
These little countries with the improbable names have oil and other natural resources that other, larger powers need.
In fact, the French enjoyed much larger powers.
It is the larger powers that rights advocates fear will benefit the most from the antiterrorism climate.
The Village Panchayat or elected council had large powers, both executive and judicial.
For large powers this means very large and expensive power supplies and heat sinking.
Village assemblies exercised large powers in deciding local disputes.
In terms of mental calculations, Rüdiger's most notable talent is the ability to memorise large powers.
He was a strong supporter of Church reform, especially in the direction of obtaining larger powers for the laity.
Though often subordinate to a succession of larger powers that ruled the Van region, it always maintained a measure of independence.
However, the two following praefecti, including the jurist Aemilius Papinianus, received even larger powers.
There is a growing concern that a second Menem term would entrench a President who has amassed large powers in the executive branch.
Anything other than this is sheer perversity and only serves the selfserving economic, commercial and politically strategic objectives of various large powers.
The president acts as the union's governing body; he represents the party in political conversations, in parliament and he has large powers in the union.
A hastily gathered international naval task force approaches the island, consisting of five warships dispatched by the world's five largest powers.
Rlaan: The Rlaan are methane breathing aliens and another of the three larger powers.
The control over this nation could be economic, cultural or linguistic and can be demonstrated simply by larger powers promoting their own culture in these independent nations.
It will threaten our allies and destabilize a region where shifting frontiers and ethnic unrest have long been a cause of conflict among larger powers.
The relationship of sense impoverishment to the larger powers of the mind and imagination has been patiently and painstakingly investigated during the twentieth century.
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