revindication

revindication

(ˌriːvɪndɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
the act or process of revindicating
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Classes will be devoted to King Jan III, culinary Warsaw from the 1920s and 1930s, revindication of works of art and interpretation of source texts, including ancient philosophers and politicians, as well as modern, important for the history of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
3:306 DCC provides for a general limitation period of twenty years for all rights of action, also for a right based on ownership (revindication), moreover, after that period a possessor will gain ownership title irrespective of his or her good faith (DCC 3:105).
To the extent that the goods protected by social rights are related to the survival and enjoyment of material conditions that enable the effective exercise of liberty or autonomy, the revindication of social rights are of interest, potentially, to all people.
even originally, when black Americans did rap it was for their revindication. Here they don't do taasu for revindication.
Thus, in 2011, when the Chilean government announced the implementation of a border security strategy called the "Northern Border Plan," (Plan Frontera Norte, PFN), which had the objective of combating drug trafficking, smuggling, and other illicit flows in the regions of Arica and Parinacota, Tarapaca and Antofagasta, in the northern part of the country (Chamber of Deputies of the Republic of Chile, 2013), the Bolivian government created the Directorship for Maritime Revindication to bring its claim for a sovereign connection to the Pacific Ocean before international tribunals, which became concrete in 2013 when Bolivia formally presented a complaint against Chile at the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
(82) Andrea Riemenschnitter, "The Revindication of Environmental Subjectivity: Chinese Landscape Aesthetics between Crisis and Creativity." ARI Working Paper Series, WPS 224, accessed August 23, 2014, http://www.
Hay que senalar, como rasgos comunes: la asimilacion del racionalismo, la exaltation de la utilidad de la ciencia, los principios reformistas en lo politico, lo social, lo economico y la insistencia en la education moderna, pero a la vez esto enlazado con la tradicional revindication de los nacidos en America frente a la metropoli y la defensa tanto del pasado americano, como de los valores de la tierra americana, rasgos estos que los distinguen de los ilustrados europeos.
"In Yamunaque's studio there was a sense that the use of any kind of clay and, in particular, the pre-Colombian paleteado technique and terra sigillatas, was a kind of revindication of Peruvian history and identity.
(16) These first two stages of revindication did not destroy the Orthodox Church organisation al structure.
It is revindication. The griot has nothing to do with this.
However, the indigenous people utilize this ethnic term for self-attribution, referring to their specific identity (e.g., they adopt ethnonyms of a group, for example, Ashaninka, Paiter, and so on), while the generic term "Indian" is also widely used by anthropologists and scholars in the political arena for the revindication of the rights of these people.