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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.
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declare

To authorize a dividend formally.
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The processes of poet and translator, for all their differences in intention, are at some very fundamental level identical to each other--and precisely by the degree of their internal resistance to a declarative or a declarable meaning.
Because the Commons had agreed that individual MPs could decide the relevance, and declarable details, of an interest, the Select Committee on Members Interests saw its role as less one of enforcing the requirements for registration and declaration than one of adjudicating on `difficulties of interpretation' of a registerable interest and on complaints about whether or not an interest should be registered.
The lower limit of declarable life cessation is irreversible cessation of pulmonary and cardiac function.
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This is more easily accomplished by the artist's (apparently unmotivated) eccentric behavior than by any declarable "position," since one can agree or disagree with a known position and then go one's own way, but one tends to linger (the artist hopes) before what is baffling and mysterioso, for which reason these are the special realm of charlatans.