The circulars created formidable bureaucratic regulations to collect the tariff, with those importing goods via railways facing particularly onerous requirements.
Many veterans are angry about the bureaucratic hurdles faced by the Iraqis who often came to work with a price on their heads.
There are two reasons for this: firstly, the process of medical decision making is now indistinguishable from other types of bureaucratic administration.
Department of Motor Vehicles now strangled with bureaucratic red tape.
Its Government reacted by cutting 40 years of bureaucratic control in seven hours.
The bureaucratic spirit pertains rather to stuffy Confucians, who foolishly imagine that the way to fulfill human potential is through service in officialdom.
In addition to control, Congress also emphasizes bureaucratic accountability.
The sheer size of the project speaks volumes about the overly bureaucratic weight of Tokyo's government.
The strength of the poem comes from the bureaucratic sterility with which a Vietnam veteran sees the memorial.
The new philanthropy consciously challenges the cautious, bureaucratic style of many of today's foundations.