Marcosian


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Mar`co´sian


n.1.(Eccl. Hist.) One of a Gnostic sect of the second century, so called from Marcus, an Egyptian, who was reputed to be a margician.
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But for farmers and consumers, they are demands that make perfect sense and compel the nation to alter the absurd realities in agriculture since the time of Marcos to the present Marcosian pretender.
Now, these ladies make up what I would call the 'newest society,' as differentiated from the Marcosian 'new society,' whose membership has dwindled.
The whole trouble is ultra nationalists believe in that Marcosian thought, "Isang Bansa, Isang Diwa".
Notwithstanding the scope of their authority, however, the Apache chairmen operate within a set of cultural norms that severely restrict their possible Marcosian (rent-seeking) behaviour.
Notwithstanding the scope of their authority, however, the Apache chairmen operate within a set of cultural norms that severely restrict their possible Marcosian behavior, with seemingly minor instances of such behavior cause for quick loss of support from tribal members even after a long record of prior success.
Her first act will be to clip the censorship powers of the board, which was created by a Marcosian edict.
In celebrating the EDSA People Power, the so-called bloodless revolution, it is important to note that it wouldn't exist without the resistance that opposed the Marcosian regime from the very beginning, leading to a giant uprising that would dethrone the dictator.
This government cannot bow us down as we remain unfazed and determined to oppose Duterte's draconian and Marcosian style of leadership.
Indeed, it was the silence that most ordinary Filipinos first remember about Marcosian martial law.
But the Duterte regime betrayed and abandoned those promises; it has exposed itself as no different from its reactionary predecessors, and, worst, it is threading the path of the fascist Marcosian dictatorship," Zarate claimed.
Instead of heeding their just demands, Duterte has tagged legitimate protests as acts of terror and destabilization to legitimize his establishment of a Marcosian dictatorship through a so-called 'revolutionary government.
There were many musical plays presented during the Marcosian martial law years.