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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And then like David Copperfield, there were illusionary straw men, tautological gobbledygook and spurious arguments by charging Dr Joe with all the ills of the BBC, or not knowing the difference between party leadership and rulership, and supporting violence, when all poor Joe had done was to talk about the importance of leadership.
Evs f 3 Rulership ..................22-5 Owner Sunday Racing Co Ltd Trainer Sei Ishizaka Jockey Yasunari Iwata Breeder Northern Racing Co Ltd Distances nse, 21/2l IT IS seldom advisable to take a pea shooter to confront an army and Britain's four-strong Japan Cup contingent was duly trounced in Tokyo yesterday as top three-year-old filly Gentildonna got the better of Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe runner-up Orfevre in a thrilling dash to the line.
The same powerful people in the federal government, especially in the executive branch, big media, and big business who pushed America toward unconstitutional foreign wars and world rulership in 1898 have had their plans and policies continued by their successors and the CFR members who've loaded up every presidential administration since FDR, as Jasper spelled out so well with his citing of Carroll Quigley's tome Tragedy & Hope.
This suggests, generally speaking, that it will be difficult, if not impossible, to see an Iranian-style rulership in Egypt and Tunisia, regardless of the unevenness between them, in the sense that Islamists would come to rule an Islamic republic headed by a cleric as the supreme leader.
"The sun was a key element of Maya rulership. It was an icon which they linked very deliberately to royal lines, royal identity, and royal power.
As was the case during the reign of his father, Heidar Aliyev who died in late 2003, Ilham who inherited the rulership leads the decision making process.
The socio-political unrest which shook Bahrain earlier in 2011, as well as the continuing undertone of opposition toward the minority Sunni rulership, appears
They called for Muslims to unite and embrace the Caliphate rulership once more.
Buena Vista and rising 4-year-old Rulership were made the joint early favorites for Sunday's Takarazuka Kinen, the final Grade 1 race of the spring racing season.
Under the archaic mode of rulership, people conceived of nature as alive; they saw no barrier between nature, society, and man.
During his chat with citizens, Kilicdaroglu said, "if the rulership turns into oppression, a society of fear will rise.
THIS sign is often misunderstood, thanks to the dual rulership of controversial Uranus and sober Saturn.