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re·gale

 (rĭ-gāl′)
v. re·galed, re·gal·ing, re·gales
v.tr.
1. To provide with great enjoyment; entertain. See Synonyms at amuse.
2. To entertain sumptuously with food and drink; provide a feast for.
v.intr.
To feast.
n.
1. A great feast.
2. A choice food; a delicacy.
3. Refreshment.

[French régaler, from Old French regal, feast, from gale (influenced by se rigoler, to amuse oneself), from galer, to make merry.]

re·gale′ment n.
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We can see a certain discrepancies between cities from the western part of Europe and those from the eastern part because of the lack of founding, the lack of bylaws that have to regalement all these new and complex concepts and because of the lack of sustainability.
Et d'ajouter que les programmes du front propose des solutions concretes basees sur les principes du regalement de la question de l'endettement, de l'evasion fiscale et la lutte contre la contrebande la gestion efficience des biens confisques et la lutte contre la corruption.
De ce fait, Touileb affirme que le regalement mis en place en 2003 a ete [beaucoup moins que]tres bien[beaucoup plus grand que] confectionne et ne necessite nullement une remise a niveau.