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in·ten·dan·cy

 (ĭn-tĕn′dən-sē)
n. pl. in·ten·dan·cies
1. The position or function of an intendant.
2. Intendants considered as a group.
3. The district supervised by an intendant, as in Latin America.

intendancy

(ɪnˈtɛndənsɪ)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the position or work of an intendant
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) intendants collectively
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) history the district or area administered by an intendant
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We noted that there were two patients complicated with PVTT, which is a special characteristic of AFP-related gastric cancer [27]; a high rate of PVTT in AFP-producing gastric cancer (14.9% in our study) may indicate high intendancy of vascular invasion and angiogenesis [28, 29].
To regulate this exchange, district lieutenants were named, and they served under the supervision of the general intendancy of Buenos Aires and the governor general of the missions.
de Visayas (Intendancy Government of the Province of the Visayas).
Because it was so closely integrated with the intendants and the central state administration, his distribution system generated numerous archival records that allow the shipments to be tracked with regularity in the intendancy fonds of French departmental archives from the late 1720s onward.
This intendancy should be eliminated and of course avoided in all circumstances.
Contrary to military research, which saw the logistics a secondary function (famous phrase, "Intendancy will follow!"), contemporary research has made strategic game in the competition to impose another sentence:" Intendancy not must follow, but precede "(Charron and Separi, 2004, pg.
In short, situatedness gives individuality, relatedness communality and intendancy presencing.
The territory was to be administered directly under the auspices of the ministry of government as an intendancy. While departmental officials in Cartagena met this transfer with resistance, they ultimately failed to circumvent the removal, which had gained popular support from a number of island inhabitants.
The implementation of projects is under the supervision of residents in three forms: intendancy organized by the leading groups, intendancy organized by relevant departments, and individual residents.