A Reagan-era policy splits regulation of engineered organisms between several agencies--mostly the FDA, the EPA, and the USDA.
The entire musical was engineered to ridicule such repression and to milk the maximum amount of laughter from the endeavor.
And it was engineered and inaugurated with a truly bipartisan coalition in Congress.
The man who engineered the idea—John Brennan—is now in charge.
Recognition of and apology for the U.S.- engineered coup that restored the Shah to power in 1953.
My next attempt was on a much humbler scale, and I engineered it myself.
She had engineered it carefully, and she was, at least in matters like these, a clever woman.
They had engineered a gigantic scheme, had struck for wealth and won.
“Well, I must say you engineered it wonderfully,” declared Hoggan.
The offer, engineered by the "black forces," gave opportunity to the Duma to express its pent-up feelings.
early 14c., "constructor of military engines," from Old French engigneor, from Late Latin ingeniare (see engine); general sense of "inventor, designer" is recorded from early 15c.; civil sense, in reference to public works, is recorded from c.1600. Meaning "locomotive driver" is first attested 1832, American English. A "maker of engines" in ancient Greece was a mekhanopoios.