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In the final section, all of these domestic issues are shown to have an international dimension, as Hong Kong's image as an international city and a gateway to the Mainland continues to be undermined by what the authors call the provincialization
, or Sinicization, of Hong Kong.
Unless these nations build the capacity to represent themselves beyond Indian imperial perspectives within the region and beyond, they can never escape the provincialization
of their colonial situations by the Indian Empire and its proxies.
915 million and provincialization
of Swat Motorway with the nomenclature of MWKP-I.
The meeting reviewed in detail the progress on implementation of the decisions taken by previous meeting of the council and also took important decisions regarding construction of three new highways in the province, maintenance plan for the current financial year for repairing and rehabilitating different roads, provincialization
of two roads, capacity enhancement of KPHA, revenue generation, anti encroachment drive and certain other affairs.
The provinces of the empire contributed demographically to the rise of Moscow; more important, the story of the provincialization
of Soviet Ukrainian culture offers an alternative to a Moscow-centered narrative.
Lastly, because the Fringe model has largely taken hold outside of Canada's largest municipal centres, "whose theatre community is too large and stable for a Fringe to exert a major influence" (Cameron 11), continued research into various Fringe Festivals would continue the provincialization
of study into Canada's alternative theatre.
During the Peronist years, and in view of the provincialization
increasingly discussed since the second presidency, the possibility of a province separated from the old territory arose again.
I will focus here on the paratextual means by which editors have intensified a fascinating process of provincialization
in editing the play--a process that was arguably begun by Shakespeare himself as he rewrote his main source text, Thomas Lodge's prose romance Rosalynde (1590).
Policies of territorialization for indigenous people in Chubut: provincialization
of interethnic relations through access to land
Ayub's 'stable' system, which precluded the emergence of alternate, competing, national political parties and leaders led to the provincialization
of politics, with the once comprehensive parties getting split, and the splintered factions becoming largely identified with this or that province or region.
-- even on the Internet -- is unsurprising given the spread of security forces across the country and their ability to constrain the free circulation of reformers.