But the mother was wise, and aware of the clanger, kept in her own hands the administrating of the medicine.
Weighed and Wanting George MacDonald
The work of starting and administrating the societies is seldom paid, and many farmers give much time to it gratuitously.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 7, Slice 3 Various
I am complaining bitterly to others, I should be administrating comfort; but even this is one way of comfort.
Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Vol. I (of 2) Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Whether the stream shall be a curse or a blessing, depends upon man’s labour, and administrating intelligence.
Unto This Last and Other Essays on Political Economy John Ruskin
I kant tell yu whether thare is enny pertikular etiket to be observed in administrating a kiss or not.
The Complete Works of Josh Billings Henry W. Shaw
to manage or direct (the affairs of a business, institution, etc)
1630s, from Latin administratus, past participle of administrare (see administer). In modern use a back-formation from administration. Related: Administrated; administrating.
- Administration management domain
administration management domain networking (ADMD) An X.400 Message Handling System public service carrier. The ADMDs in all countries worldwide together provide the X.400 backbone. Examples: MCImail and ATTmail in the U.S., British Telecom Gold400mail in the U.K. See also PRMD. [RFC 1208]. (1997-05-07)
- Administration order
noun (law) an order by a court appointing a person to manage a company that is in financial difficulty, in an attempt to ensure the survival of the company or achieve the best realization of its assets an order by a court for the administration of the estate of a debtor who has been ordered […]
the management of any office, business, or organization; direction. the function of a political state in exercising its governmental duties. the duty or duties of an in exercising the executive functions of the position. the management by an of such duties. a body of , especially in government. (often initial capital letter) the executive branch […]
pertaining to ; executive: administrative ability. Contemporary Examples And on Tuesday, admissions director Mae Brown apologized for the goof, calling it an “administrative error.” So, Who Got In This Year? Kathleen Kingsbury April 1, 2009 Basically, another soldier must take her place, plus the administrative overhead of transfers on both ends. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, […]