Administering [verb]

Definition of Administering:

manage an organization or effort

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Sentence/Example of Administering:

At night, high on the tranquilizers the staff administers to orphans—this is the early 1960s—she practices tactics in bed, staring up at a chess board that she hallucinates on the ceiling.

A 2017 study, based on surveys administered before and after the 2012 election, found that “belief in election fraud is a common and predictable consequence of both underlying conspiratorial thinking and motivated partisan reasoning.”

Many of the available antigen tests require machines to read the results or someone who’s trained to administer the test.

The patches don’t have the same cold temperature requirements for storage that the syringe-based measles vaccine does, says Moss, and the adhesive-backed patches can be administered with minimal training.

Second, elections are administered, and House districts drawn, by partisan politicians.

He wanted to have the county’s Health and Human Services Agency administer medical and behavioral health services in jails, and to prevent Gore from privatizing services.

The antibody therapy should be administered “as soon as possible after a positive Covid-19 test and within 10 days of symptom onset,” according to the company.

They’re happy in San Jose, where San Jose State has found its first 3-0 start since 1982, having gone to San Diego State and administered a 28-17 dent on that longtime nemesis.

Instead, the ballot measure states that the Oregon Health Authority will set up guidelines under which regulated treatment facilities can administer psilocybin products to their patients.

The agency has said it will decide whether to approve the drug, which is administered intravenously once a month, by early March.