The price and quality of a given product are some of the considerations that should govern your decision making as a consumer.
Local laws or ordnances may govern this, but it is by no means a universal requirement.
Yes, the motor vehicle statutes of all states govern how far objects may protrude beyond the edges of vehicles.
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the state the car is in govern the repossession, the lenders choice on which state governs collection efforts. Read your contract.
No, govern is a verb (govern, governs, governing, governed). For example, "The mayor will govern the town farthest south."
Govern is a verb.
What is the origin of the word govern?
govern is a verb
I govern this country, not you.I will govern this empire one day.
Govern is to rule or mange something.
King or queen do not govern
laws govern motion
Emperors govern their empires; they are the heads of state of their territories.
Govern is stressed on the first syllable.
I will govern this meeting. Circumstances will govern the outcome.
To govern is to rule or manage: John Smith, now the prime minister, has the right to govern the country.
The word govern has two syllables. Gov-ern.
They govern their empire by using their absolute power.
A vehicle that old would be classified as an "antique" vehicle to which modern equipment laws would not necessarily apply. You would have to check with your state DMV to determine how they treat something of this description.
The Ten Commandments are the body of laws that govern the Church.
Lincoln didn't govern a state, but was president of the country.
displacement vs. friction most likely governs the engine power output, which in turn would govern top speed of the vehicle
people who govern a country, establishment. people who govern a country, establishment.