Definition of 'ministries'
Example sentences containing 'ministries'
But steps were taken a year or so ago to deal with that situation, as could be seen from certain transfers within certain ministries.A DEATH IN TIME
The ministries were fully staffed; the diplomatic service sucked in technicians to send abroad as ambassadors.KARA KUSH
Emissaries in modern times had to negotiate through institutions, ministries and established delegations.KARA KUSH
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