I am too high born to be propertied
, To be a second at control, Or useful serving-man and instrument To any sovereign state throughout the world.
It also had the world's biggest empire to draw on, and it had a nondemocratic franchise throughout the period, which meant the propertied
were represented and the propertyless essentially were not.
The soft and moderate image of Islam introduced by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto at the time, met with tough resistance from rabble-rousing religious elements, who were backed by the propertied
classes, whose interests were severely damaged by his socialisation policies.
The rest were sent back to their colonies or exiled to Siberia, adding to the first wave of Gulag inmates condemned as "kulaks," or propertied
Of course this was no golden age of democracy, with the franchise only available to white propertied
men and slavery not yet seriously challenged.
This lofty rhetoric, however, narrowly applied to a special stratum of the population and ignored those who were not propertied
Even sons of propertied
fathers, who could hope to become masters and husbands, usually had to await their inheritance before establishing an independent household.
The analysis of the experimental data obtained to characterize the fuel propertied
of cotton seed oil and cotton seed oil-diesel blends.
Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) has opened two new propertied
in South Africa with plans to open another in Kenya later this year.
They are denied access because health clinics and schools are often too distant or costly, agricultural services are geared towards male farmers, and government services routinely target employed, literate or propertied
They aimed their rhetoric against the nation's rich, a designation that was swiftly expanded to cover most of the propertied
middle classes, who became an enemy to be defeated and humiliated.
For example, a man would assume the surname of his propertied