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Declare

To authorize or announce a dividend. A publicly-traded company that declares a dividend binds itself with an obligation to later pay that same dividend to shareholders. See also: Declaration date, Ex-dividend date.

declare

To authorize a dividend formally.
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Like "The Coming of Arthur," the Brut was, in its day, a self-consciously archaic work, essentially a versification of Wace's twelfth-century Norman Roman de Brut (itself based on Geoffrey of Monmouth's slightly earlier Latin History of the Kings of Britain, on which the Idylls also declaredly draws), (3) but with reference to Anglo-Saxon monastic sources, a predominantly Anglo-Saxon vocabulary, and an inconsistent verse form most strongly influenced by the alliterative style of the Anglo-Saxon scops.
Paolo Squillacioti, on the other hand, has considered the locus from an exclusively structuralist perspective, following in the footsteps of Cesare Segre by avoiding real-life comparisons and breaking down the description into declaredly narrative sequences.
That Rosicrucianism is non-Roman, if not anti-Roman, is clear from the explicit texts, such as that of the Confessio, (6) which is declaredly antipapal.
affection for declaredly progressive thought that proved too fast to
The governments of Britain and the US are declaredly firm allies in the war against terrorism whereas Canada has been shocked into a new nationalism, which includes isolation of USA foreign policy in the Iraq war.
Nussbaum's project is declaredly "universalist" and "essentialist.
To this terrible, irrepressible yearning, (surely more or less down underneath in most human souls,) this never-satisfied appetite for sympathy, and this boundless offering of sympathy--this universal democratic comradeship--this old, eternal, yet ever-new interchange of adhesiveness, so fitly emblematic of America--I have given in this book, undisguisedly, declaredly, the openest expression.
Even if the experience behind the narrative is declaredly subjective, the author, unless he makes up his own country of the mind from scratch, and invents his own terminology, must use external data in objectifying his experience into a written work.
That already in their day the logical empiricists faced the declaredly friendly fire that nearly sealed their fate suggests, however, that the reconstructive explication and contextualization required be exceedingly subtle.