In the feudal system
, we have seen a similar propensity exemplified.
The feudal system
of industry, under which industrial production was monopolised by closed guilds, now no longer sufficed for the growing wants of the new markets.
The duration of the feudal system
was co-existent with the restriction of Privilege.
The protector had become the protected, and the whole fabric of the feudal system
was tottering to a fall.
Though the ancient feudal systems
were not, strictly speaking, confederacies, yet they partook of the nature of that species of association.
The feudal system
effectively divided all regions of Europe into many tiny isolated kingdoms.
Similar to the feudal system
of Europe, a portion of the crop surplus was designated for the chiefs.
Evidence of the Norman feudal system
, monastic estates and the massive sheep industry can still be seen in the modern landscape, and the aerial footage offers a rarely-seen view of these important sites.
In his historical background, Cheet listed ontological roots of the Lebanese sectarian system when he stressed the origins of the Lebanese feudal system
up to the epoch of independence.
He said that in the history of Pakistan, four generals had subverted the constitution and ruled for 36 years, but none of these 'patriotic generals' could or had abolished corruption and the feudal system
in the country, The Daily Times reports.
While pointing out the complexity of the issue under discussion, the consul general said it was linked with the centuries-old practice of lending and borrowing money in the feudal system
and sharing crops among the lower social and economic strata of many agricultural communities and kiln workers.
He pointed out that the topic of bonded labour is a complex one that is linked to centuries-old practice of lending and borrowing money, to the feudal system
and share-cropping and to the lower social and economic status of many agriculture and kiln workers.