English to Punjabi Dictionary advocacy


their advocacy of traditional family values
public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or policy.
It will enhance life skills in communication, negotiation and 'advocacy' .
He also pointed to his 'advocacy' of democracy and the end of the regime there.
The Crown lawyers know of the Chief Justice's 'advocacy' , and not one of them took objection to the case.
One key element in this regard involved the movement's 'advocacy' of Arab unity.
His willingness to embark upon detailed research was closer to 'advocacy' than to the approach of an objective expert.
The successful prosecution of the case for children and adolescents demands effective 'advocacy' .
I had not realized that 'advocacy' of human nature was still so politically incorrect.
their 'advocacy' of traditional family values
This is clever 'advocacy' , but I really do not think it addresses the real issue.
Her role involves providing 'advocacy' and referral, counselling and activities for young people.
After the return of the students, he continued his 'advocacy' of reforms.
His 'advocacy' of a Popular Front saw him expelled from the party in 1939.
He thinks the organization could also focus a lot more of its time on 'advocacy' and legislation.
One way to help in this effort is through persistent and consistent professional 'advocacy' .
The law allowing plaintiffs to recover legal fees in 'advocacy' lawsuits has been on the books for a long time.
Wearing another hat, he is also well known in these columns for his 'advocacy' of the death penalty.
The government wanted an unclassified document on which it could draw in its 'advocacy' of its policy.
That he has not in the end succeeded is no reflection on his sustained 'advocacy' .
It is only 'advocacy' at the inquest that is an excluded service.
There is indeed scope for persuasion and 'advocacy' of tolerance, and much has changed in this respect.
But I have found no suggestion that it has changed standards of 'advocacy' for the worse.
It promised ruthless pragmatism about means, but has become dogmatic in its 'advocacy' of the private sector.
solicitors should have a record of 'advocacy' in the lower courts
In such cases, I find an element of legal 'advocacy' present which does not become an expert's testimony.
No longer will he grace our courts with superb 'advocacy' and inspired legal reasoning.
His 'advocacy' of free market principles has had a significant impact on governments and people across the globe.
You would not need much experience of 'advocacy' to be able to prepare this case for a special leave application.
Over the years, Marie was acknowledged for her 'advocacy' and dedication to the profession.
his outspoken 'advocacy' of the agreement has won no friends
Civic awareness can take a number of forms, from 'advocacy' of a democratic constitution to worker education.
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