And it is not for all of the time, all or nothing, as the Yahoo decree implied.
It will take an hour of your time to draw up the decree and issue it.
Just two weeks later, the Sultan issued his decree that shariah, Islamic law, would be the new law of the land.
The tensions here arise from the notion that democracies decide to go to war as nations, not by dint of decree.
A decree from earlier last week allows the military to arrest civilians.
Such a decree he could use to any extent to which he could carry with him the sympathies of the people.
But there was the decree, written in letters of blood and flame.
Yet how can I give them an answer, unless by a decree of yours?
It was nothing that the decree bore date since his return to France.
On the same day it claimed an absolute discretion by a decree that the mandates of the electors were not binding on its members.
late 14c., from decree (n.). Related: Decreed; decreeing.