use edict in a sentence.
Reminds me of the moronic edicts I used to have to deal with.
I've done a lot of work with the EDICT data, so shoot me a message if you run into any weirdness: don AT madwombat.
You might find this page helpful: It contains a list cross matched with EDICT
And power over the populace has many uses, not the least of which is creating a culture of cowed people unwilling to resist e latest edicts.
When one (of many) underlings falls far short on one (of many) company edicts and you don't know about it, that's not "completely failing" as a manager.
I've honestly no clue - from my perspective it was a statewide edict passed down last fall - there's probably more to it but I've not been filled in.
Are there any apps that use a dictionary other than EDICT?
Wiki has the result: "However, the Edict did not solve the problem, as Diocletian's mass minting of coins of low metallic value continued to increase inflation, and the maximum prices in the Edict were apparently too low.
Way too many words, downvoting for disagreement is (unfortunately) encouraged; pg has already given his edict:
After the "insert copyright headers in all files" edict is given, it isn't unusual to find empty files that are copyrighted.
I am not now, nor will I ever be, an employee of a company that compels a Director of Development to follow HR edicts about hiring practices without mutually respectful consultation.
Is this to comply with an edict from your boss, or to comply with some a piece of legislation or a law?
We all knew one of the commonsense edicts of Hollywood is “never invest in your own movie.
Rikaichan is indeed useful, but if someone want to learn Japanese using it, they have to be a little careful since Rikaichan use EDICT, it could led to pretty misleading translation sometimes when taken out of context.