Dynastical


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Dy`nas´tic`al


a.1.Dynastic.
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When all citizens are accessible to the same level of benefits from the State, and there are no territorial barons above the citizens to skim profits for their personal gain and dynastical consolidation the need for raising arms at public gatherings to display armpits is really not needed.
Cricket, after all, is merit driven, not a dynastical sport.
Amongst looming trials, brewing family feuds and a threat of family's dynastical hold changing hands within the kin, the PML-N hardly seems like the answer to our prayers.
Hence, the propensity for inter-generational considerations and the desire to secure continued dynastical family involvement and control may, in some cases, harm overall performance (Chrisman et al.