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However, the sovereign was not Hobbes' absolute monarch but rather the parliamentary sovereign of Austin.
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However, monarchs heading empires have not always used the title — the British sovereign did not assume the title until the incorporation of India into the British Empire, and even then used it only in a limited context.
However, the post still ultimately represented the government of the United Kingdom until, after continually decreasing involvement by the British government, the passage in 1942 of the Statute of Westminster Adoption Act 1942 ( see Statute of Westminster ) and the Australia Act 1986, whereafter the governor became the direct, personal representative of the uniquely Australian sovereign.
However, in the wake of the economic crisis of 2008, Greek government debt crisis, 2008 – 2012 Spanish financial crisis and European sovereign debt crisis, thinkers such as Terry Eagleton, David Harvey, and David McNally have given renewed impetus to the debate on whether Marx was right that capitalism inherently tends towards crisis ( which Marx discussed as the " contradictions of capital ").
However, it can also refer to people who share a common territory and government ( for example the inhabitants of a sovereign state ) irrespective of their ethnic make-up.
However, in Hans v. Louisiana,, the Supreme Court ruled that the amendment reflects a broader principle of sovereign immunity.
However, only in 1821, following the introduction of the gold sovereign coin by the new Royal Mint at Tower Hill in the year 1816, was the United Kingdom formally put on a gold specie standard, the first of the great industrial powers to do so.
" However, the post still ultimately represented the government of the United Kingdom ( that is, the monarch in his British council ) until, after continually decreasing involvement by the British government and the passage in 1931 of the Statute of Westminster, the governor general became the direct, personal representative of the uniquely Canadian sovereign ( the monarch in his Canadian council ).
However in each such realm the monarch's family members may act on behalf of, are funded by, and represent the sovereign of that particular state, and not the United Kingdom.
However, the Pope in that letter pleaded with James not to make the innocent Catholics suffer for the crime of a few, and Paul V also promised to exhort all the Catholics of the realm to be submissive and loyal to their sovereign — in all things not opposed to the honour of God.
However, if changes were not quick enough, or if decisions by the judges were regarded as unfair, litigants could still appeal directly to the King, who, as the sovereign, was seen as the ' fount of justice ' and responsible for the just treatment of his subjects.
However, there is no provision in Canadian law requiring that the king or queen of Canada must be the same person as the king or queen of the United Kingdom ; if the UK were to breach the convention set out in the preamble to the Statute of Westminster and unilaterally change the line of succession to the British throne, the alteration would have no effect on the reigning sovereign of Canada or his or her heirs and successors.
However, grand princes were not as elevated sovereign as later Western European kings, and thus they are treated lower than kings, particularly in later literature.
However, to the outside world, namely India and before that the British Raj, Bhutan was viewed as less than sovereign for their own geopolitical interests.
However, in the German language ( which has separate words for royal prince, " Prinz ", and for sovereign prince, " Fürst "), the grand dukes of Lithuania and historic Russian states, as well as other Eastern European princes and later Russian dynasts, were referred to with the title " Großfürst ", a direct translation, rather than using the version " Großherzog ".
However, they are neither considered to be part of it, nor recognised as sovereign or associated states.
However, its central government is far weaker than that of most federations and the individual members are sovereign states under international law, so it is usually characterized as an unprecedented form of supra-national union.
However, Clarence House has announced that when the present Prince of Wales becomes the sovereign of the United Kingdom, his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, will have the title Her Royal Highness The Princess Consort rather than Her Majesty The Queen as used by previous wives of kings ( see princess consort ).
However, certain sovereign German states introduced civil marriages, which were either obligatory ( like the French model ) or optional, with either a religious or civil ceremony being accepted.
However the position was not reserved for the highest birth rank ( if there is one, Shwe Kodaw-gyi Awratha, i. e. eldest son of the sovereign, by his chief Queen ), nor did it carry a plausible promise of succession, which was usually only settled in an ultimate power struggle.
" However while this provision has been held to assimilate the doctrine of sovereign immunity into domestic law, the Supreme Court have held that the provision is not capable of conferring rights on individuals.
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However, it was not of innocence in general that I was speaking, but of perhaps the frailest and surely the least important side of it which is innocence in romantic love.
However, in this case as elsewhere it was necessary to arrive at a single standard to be applied to all situations, representing an averaging of conditions, and thus to fix particular points in time which would be considered the dividing points between daytime and nighttime conditions.
However, the nonspecific staining by the Af in tumor sections was considered bright enough to be confused with the staining of small amounts of WTV antigen.
However, there was no real question of the justice of creating a strong Poland, both industrially and agriculturally, and one unplagued by large minorities of Germans or Russians.
However, a similar privilege was not specifically provided in section 168 for a person acquiring emergency facilities.
However, the Attorney General of California, at the request of the Secretary of Labor, sought to have the jurisdiction over the issue removed to the Federal District Court, on grounds that it was predominantly a Federal issue since the validity of the Secretary's Regulation was being challenged.
However, the Federal Court held that since the State had accepted the provisions of the Wagner-Peyser Act into its own Code, and presumably therefore also the regulations, it was now a State matter.
However nothing on four legs was supposed to be faster than a lion over a short distance, unless it was a cheetah.
However, it was virtually impossible to screen the mob outside, even if Bonner had manpower available for the purpose.
However, lacking requested reinforcements from McClellan, now commanding the Army of the Potomac, Pope was soundly defeated at the Second Battle of Bull Run in the summer of 1862, forcing the Army of the Potomac to defend Washington for a second time.
However Copperhead rhetoric argued that emancipation was a stumbling block to peace and reunification.
However, Plato reports that syntax was devised before him, by Prodicus of Ceos, who was concerned by the correct use of words.