aulic


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aulic

(ˈɔːlɪk)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) rare relating to a royal court
[C18: from Latin aulicus, from Greek aulikos belonging to a prince's court, from aulē court]
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Its powers are vested in a diet representing the component members of the confederacy; in the emperor, who is the executive magistrate, with a negative on the decrees of the diet; and in the imperial chamber and the aulic council, two judiciary tribunals having supreme jurisdiction in controversies which concern the empire, or which happen among its members.
The members of the diet, as such, are subject in all cases to be judged by the emperor and diet, and in their private capacities by the aulic council and imperial chamber.
As an insider, it's our candid opinion that with the cancellation of the contract with Aulic Nigeria Limited, which is in line with the government policy of ease of doing business, the facility will be turned round to support the various businesses going on in the complex,' said Mr.
Aware of the unreality of the aulic literary code and the need to address the material needs of the citizen, he adopts a mixed register: an elegant poetic structure which treats of a subject matter between the banal, the sarcastic and the (self-) accusatory.
ABSTRACT: The patronage of Middle Republican Age seems a seen fit for the research of the antecedents of the aulic literature of the Imperian Ages.
The Imperial Aulic Council (Reichshofrat) was at Vienna.
Breaking from the unitary, absolutism-centered masque critiques developed by the pioneering new historicists Stephen Orgel and Jonathan Goldberg, Butler considers Oberon (1611) as a display of the emergence of Prince Henry as an aulic center distinct from James.
Carl Friedrich Kubeck, chairman of the Aulic Chamber, and Chancellor Clemens Metternich, for instance, exercised their political influence and invested the economic resources of their country into the railroad.
Meanwhile it is time to acknowledge, in the wake of Pasolini's experiences, the rising up of a literature that clearly wants to free itself of the bonds of the popularesque, impressionistic, folkloric tradition, in order to turn, almost to dedicate itself, to prevalently expressionistic products of "culture," to represent itself as the possibility of a poetic practice no less aulic than the poetry in the common language.
Winfried Schulze and others have argued that soon after the Peasants' War of 1524-5, German princes were shrewd enough to endow their subjects with more and better access to tribunals of imperial justice--the Imperial Chamber Court (Reichskammergericht, or RKG) and the Imperial Aulic Council (Reichshofrat, or RHR)--was they might legally sue their lords and princes.
Their topics include justitia in commerciis: public governance and commercial litigation before the Great Council of Mechlin in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, the abandonment to the insurers in 16th-century insurance practice: comparative and (a few) methodological notes, the files and exhibits of the Imperial Chamber Court and Aulic Council as sources of commercial law, Svea Court of Appeal records as a source of commercial law: the founding year of 1614, and the rise of usages in French commercial law and jurisprudence from the 17th century to the 19th: vicissitudes of the Gorneau Draft.
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