rulership


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rulership

(ˈruːləʃɪp)
n
1. the office of ruler
2. a government
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Noun1.rulership - the position of ruler
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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Chapter four which is the Modest Rulership stresses that mankind is designed to be the governor of the earthly domain, pointing out that when God created the earth He gave man the authority to rule and reign.
In Aztec times, Mundy shows, flood prevention and fresh water provision were seen as the effects of exemplary rulership.
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Chapter four, "Court Politics and Imperial Vision," continues Wang's case against the Qianlong mode of rulership, building especially on Philip Kuhn's Soulstealers and Beatrice Bartlett's Monarchs and Ministers to argue that Qianlong's drive to personally control government led to passive opposition among the bureaucracy and factionalism in the Grand Council.
Schulte Nordholt cannot but acknowledge the diversity of the region, but also notes the small-scale and egalitarian rulership they have in common.
He criticizes those that interpret the image in terms of rulership and representation (strangely and mistakenly referring to rulership as an "attribute," rather than a "calling" or "vocation"), because "rulership is not consistently present in other biblical passages about God's image" (p.
Agreement framework of good rulership of commissioned works for studies and monitoring of infrastructure works, roads and divers.
Idrimi reigns 30 years before causing the inscription to be written and passing rulership to his son.
The Chinese approach to management, leadership, and rulership must be at the core of China's phenomenal rising.
Maktoum bin Hasher was killed in 1906 and the rulership was taken by force by Buti bin Suhail.
An Arena for Higher Powers: Ceremonial Buildings and Religious Strategies for Rulership in Late Iron Age Scandinavia
6) Thus, in his aptly entitled book, Kingdom of God, Buber notes that this confederation of tribes which called itself Israel, dared as a people, first and once-for-all in the history of nations, to deal seriously with exclusive divine rulership.