01. The [administration] has decided that the only way to cut costs is by reducing the number of employees.
02. A career in [administration] is a good choice for Yoko because she is so organized, and has strong leadership skills.
03. She hopes to study Business [Administration] so she can take over her father's company when he retires.
04. The teacher's assistant will [administer] the test, but it will be marked by the teacher himself.
05. The [administrative] offices for all second-language programs can be found in the University Center.
06. The company's [admin] staff are meeting in an effort to improve efficiency in the office.
07. An [administrator] needs to have good communication skills in order to do her job well.
08. In the ancient Minoan Empire, trade, industry and justice were all [administered] from the palace at Knossos.
09. Clark Kerr once said that the three major [administrative] problems on a campus are sex for the students, athletics for the alumni, and parking for the faculty.
10. Former attorney general Ramsey Clark once stated that it is the poor, the weak, the ignorant, the hated who are executed; racial discrimination occurs in the [administration] of capital punishment.
11. The English Language Center [administers] a number of different long-term and short-term programs at the university.
12. Colombo was the capital of the foreign colonial [administrations] in the country now known as Sri Lanka.
13. Pretoria is the [administrative] capital of South Africa.
14. This medicine should be [administered] only under the supervision of a doctor.
15. The tests were [administered] by the professor's assistant.
16. Almost 25 million pounds of antibiotics and related drugs are [administered] to farm animals in the U.S. every year in order to boost growth rates and prevent disease.
17. During the experiment, the drug was [administered] to a monkey, and the results were studied.
18. To test if experimental drugs work, animals are given a certain illness, and the drug is then [administered], and the effects studied.
19. The cream should be [administered] to the affected area twice daily.
20. N'Djamena, the capital city of Chad, is divided into two sections; the European or [administrative] section, and the bigger, more lively African section.
21. London's Buckingham Palace is used not only as the home of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, but also for the [administrative] work for the monarchy.
22. The Cayman Islands have been [administered] by Jamaica since 1863.
23. It seems to me that the [administrators] here don't always understand the needs and concerns of the average worker in this company.
24. The director of the English Language Program [administrates] a number of different long-term and short-term programs which run throughout the year.
25. It is [administratively] inefficient to have two people running these programs when it could be done by one person working with a part-time assistant.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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