has been long, both as to time and distance.
During this interregnum
we begin a very original and interesting series of maneuvers.
Hilbery lived in a house which was accurately numbered in order with its fellows, and that he filled up forms, paid rent, and had seven more years of tenancy to run, he had an excuse for laying down laws for the conduct of those who lived in his house, and this excuse, though profoundly inadequate, he found useful during the interregnum
of civilization with which he now found himself faced.
The presidential interregnum
has lasted for nearly 11 months so far.
In the course of her exposition she finds that following the establishment of the classical consensus that finance merely intermediates and investment, there were essentially two waves in critical theories of finance--the first from the turn of the 20th century until the middle of the century and the second beginning in the 1970s--separated by an interregnum
in which critical views of finance were concerned primarily with the interpretation of past history and coincided with the Keynesian boom after World War II.
At times considerable explanatory weight is placed on the disruptions of the Interregnum
despite the fact that, as Professor Cressy freely admits, we know all too little of the scale and impact of those disruptions.
Derian also used his visit to urge Lebanon to elect a president to end its nearly yearlong interregnum
In the only monograph on Leonbruno since Girolamo Prandi's of 1825, Ventura sifts through documents and works to establish a more complete portrait of this court painter, who had his greatest success during the interregnum
between the death of Mantegna (1506) and the arrival of Giulio Romano (1524).
Similarly, during the Interregnum
such middle-class prophets as Mary Cary, Anna Trapnel, and Margaret Fell, whom Richey bundles together into a single chapter, found in the Apocalypse support for their prophetic authority.
The speaker added that his party would continue its efforts to end the presidential interregnum
and would oppose any attempt to paralyze state institutions.
reassess the reign of sultan Sa'id, which has otherwise been portrayed as a dull interregnum
of little interest to scholars, and officially as a harsh, despotic, and conservative tyranny gratefully ended by the coup of the current ruler in 1970.
of London) works thematically through the development of the secular legal profession from 1558 to 1660, including the emergence of its powerful oratory and narrative, the elaboration of its other oral traditions such as communal dining, its transition to text and symbol, its elements of theater, its relationship to the English state, and its fates under Charles I (in which the Inns of Court declined in their independence and influence), in the unsettled period in which the nation seemed to rule itself by means of pamphlet, and during the Interregnum