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Word: civil

Definition: having to do with citizens; not military or religious; courteous and polite; Ex. married in a civil ceremony; Ex. civil strife/disorder/law; N. civility; CF. civic


Sentences Containing 'civil'

A bandh is a powerful means of civil disobedience.
A ward can be coterminous with a civil parish or consist of groups of civil parishes.
Absence of civil elections for three decades.
Active Citizenship and Civil Society Stengthening.
Alice thought it would not be civil to say 'No,' though it wasn't at all what she wanted.
Breakout of civil war and the Sixth Crusade.
Civil Engineering Consulting Services Inc.
Civil Registration started in July 1837.
Civil twilight happens when the sun is between 0 and 6° below the horizon, and civil night when it is lower than that.
Crisis before and during the English Civil War.
From 1814, Argentina descended into civil war.
Greek military and civil administration.
He erred in his civil administration by too much centralising.
He has academic degrees in civil and canon law.
He really did this in not only a civil but a really kind and charitable way.
He retired from the civil service in 1838.
He stayed with Caesar during the start of the civil war.
He then embarked on a career as a civil servant.
Hebei Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering
However, it offers only a civil remedy for the offence.
However, the civil case is still ongoing.
I mark its still tender, civil, cheerful lilac colors.
I.I.) as it was merged with civil engineering.
It forms part of the civil parish of Kilpin.
It forms part of the civil parish of Patrington.
It has 11 Civil Surgeon Specialists along with 18-20 Civil Assistant Surgeons.
It is a heavy modification of civil GAZ-2330 "Tigr".
It was more than civil; it was really attentive; and there was no necessity for such attention.
Loyalists opposed the Civil Rights movement.
Magistrates also perform civil marriages.
Most civil cases are heard solely by a judge.
New territorial and civil administration.
Over time they acquired civil administration powers.
PASO works closely with the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority, the Civil Aviation Authority of the Fiji Islands, and the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand.
Provincial governance (civil administration).
The expense of their own civil government has always been very moderate.
The Office of Civil Defense then transitioned to the Secretary of the Army, but responsibility for civil defense was quickly assigned to the new Defense Civil Preparedness Agency (DCPA).
The Orangery has a licence for civil marriages.
The results of the civil war were momentous.
The unfunded, exclusive of a large civil-list debt, to
There are 4 Civil Surgeon Specialists and 10-12 Civil Assistant Surgeons.
There is a provision for 4-5 Civil Assistant Surgeons and in many places one Deputy Civil Surgeon/Civil Surgeon.
These are among the most victimized Hawazma during this civil wars.
They are civil engineers who run a firm in London.
They are mostly educated, industrialist and Civil Servants.
They lie within the civil parish of Bangor.
This was the beginning of the Sri Lankan Civil War.
Thus, it would have the characteristics of a civil war instead.
To allay fears of the threat to civil service neutrality, the Secretary for Civil Service would be a civil servant.
Tramp!" and other songs of the Civil War.

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