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Guardianship and following
He was adopted by his grandfather, and following his death, he was adopted by the Guardianship Court in 1939.

Guardianship and death
His failed apocalyptic predictions and unsuccessful efforts to reestablish the Guardianship and the administration were apparent by his death in 1996.
After the death of ` Abdu ' l-Bahá in 1921, the leadership of the Bahá ' í community entered a new phase, evolving from that of a single individual to an administrative order with executive and legislative branches, the head of each being the Guardianship and the Universal House of Justice.
The issue of successorship to ` Abdu ' l Bahá was in the minds of early Bahá ' ís, and although the Universal House of Justice was an institution mentioned by Bahá ' u ' lláh, the institution of the Guardianship was not introduced until the Will and Testament of ` Abdu ' l-Bahá was publicly read after his death.
Guardianship above the school, beginning in 1860th, proceeded during P. M. Tretyakov's life and after his death.
After the death of ` Abdu ' l-Bahá, Ruth White questioned the Will's authenticity as early as 1926, and openly opposed Shoghi Effendi's Guardianship, publishing several books on the subject.

Guardianship and 1338
He died at his castle in Avoch in 1338 and Robert resumed the Guardianship.

Guardianship and Robert
With the king now imprisoned in England and Randolph dead, the Guardianship once again fell to Robert.
Even though an English prisoner, David retained influence in Scotland and Robert had his Guardianship removed by parliament and given jointly to the earls of Mar and Ross and the lord of Douglas — this did not last and Robert was once again appointed Guardian by the Parliament of February 1352.

Guardianship and was
Hezbollah was largely formed with the aid of the Ayatollah Khomeini's followers in the early 1980s in order to spread Islamic revolution and follows a distinct version of Islamic Shi ' a ideology ( Valiyat al-faqih or Guardianship of the Islamic Jurists ) developed by Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, leader of the " Islamic Revolution " in Iran.
On the basis of the authority granted ` Abdu ' l-Bahá he extended forms of the authority vested in him to the Guardianship, who's sole member was Shoghi Effendi, and the Universal, or International, House of Justice through his Will and Testament.
He claimed to believe that the Guardianship was an institution intended to endure forever, and that he was the 2nd Guardian by virtue of his appointment to the IBC.
Shoghi Effendi later expressed to his wife and others that he had no foreknowledge of the existence of the Institution of Guardianship, least of all that he was appointed as Guardian.
The revolution was unusual for the surprise it created throughout the world: it lacked many of the customary causes of revolution ( defeat at war, a financial crisis, peasant rebellion, or disgruntled military ), produced profound change at great speed, was massively popular, and replaced a westernising monarchy with a theocracy based on Guardianship of the Islamic Jurists ( or velayat-e faqih ).
In September 2004, she was appointed Parliamentary Under-Secretary in the Department for Constitutional Affairs, with responsibilities including the National Archives and the Public Guardianship Office.
" since his earliest infancy been in constant association with Richard Barnes and become attached to him, while to his other relations who have applied for his Guardianship was a comparative stranger ... and he could hardly think that thus applying they can be activated by any regard for the interests of the petitioner.
The Children Act 1989 was based on the Law Commission's Working Paper No 96, published in 1986, on Custody, and the Law Commission's Report, Law Com No 172, published in 1988, on Guardianship and Custody.
Guardianship was renamed into care-taking ( Betreuung ).
The building was empty for several years before becoming home to the Public Guardianship Office in 2001 which became the Court of Protection and the Office of the Public Guardian in 2007.
Shoghi Effendi later expressed to his wife and others that he had no foreknowledge of the existence of the Institution of Guardianship, least of all that he was appointed as Guardian.

Guardianship and office
The office of Regent ( s ) and the Guardianship of the monarch ( whether the monarch is in his minority or incapacitated ), may not necessarily be the same person.
` Abdu ' l-Bahá establishes the institution of the Guardianship as a hereditary office and outlines its essential function as Interpreter of the Bahá ' í writings.
As public office holders, Commissioners oversee IPCC investigations and the promotion of public confidence in the complaints system ( known as Guardianship ).

Guardianship and King
After four months with their family, they were made wards of the King for the next nine years under the Dionne Quintuplets ' Guardianship Act, 1935.

Guardianship and from
" Nowadays, as Hezbollah scholar Magnus Ranstorp reports, Hezbollah does indeed have a formal governing structure, and in keeping with the principle of Guardianship of the Islamic Jurists ( velayat-e faqih ), it " concentrate ... all authority and powers " in its religious leaders, whose decisions then " flow from the ulama down the entire community.
It is from and through the Guardianship that infallibility is vested and that the Hands of the Faith receive their orders ... I now command the Hands of the Faith to stop all of their preparations for 1963, and furthermore I command all believers both as individual Bahá ' ís and as assemblies of Bahá ' ís to immediately cease cooperating with and giving support to this fallacious program for 1963.
In England, Scotland and Wales, protection of monuments can also be given by another process, additional to or separate from scheduling, taking the monument into state ownership or placing it under guardianship, classifying it as a Guardianship Monument under the terms of Section 12 of the 1979 Act ( as amended by the National Heritage Act 1983 in England, and by the Historic Environment ( Amendment ) ( Scotland ) Act 2011 ( reference below )) ( e. g. St Rule's Church in St Andrews ).

Guardianship and .
The two highest institutions were the Universal House of Justice, and the Guardianship, for which he appointed Shoghi Effendi as the Guardian.
Most of the groups regarded by the larger group of Bahá ' ís as Covenant-breakers originated in the claims of Charles Mason Remey to the Guardianship in 1960.
A small group of Bahá ' ís in Northern New Mexico believe that these descendants are eligible for appointment to the Guardianship and are waiting for such a direct descendant of Bahá ' u ' lláh to arise as the rightful Guardian.
In 1962 Remey asked his supporters in the United States to organize themselves and elect a " National Spiritual Assembly Under the Hereditary Guardianship " ( NSAUHG ), first elected in 1963.
* Ethical and Legal Issues in Guardianship Options for Intellectually Disadvantaged People ( co-author with Terry Carney ), Human Rights Commission Monograph Series, no.
From this foothold, the Islamic Republic helped organize one of its biggest successes, the Hezbollah militia, a party and social-services organization devoted to the Khomeini principle of Guardianship ( i. e. rule ) of the Islamic Jurists ( Velayat-e-Faqih ), and loyal to Khomeini as their leader.
Guardianship of personal identifiers by consumers is the most common intervention strategy recommended by the US Federal Trade Commission, Canadian Phone Busters and most sites that address identity theft.

transferred and Sir
After the British invasion following the killing of Sir Louis Cavagnari in 1879, Yaqub Khan, Yahya Khan and his sons, Princes Mohammad Yusuf Khan and Mohammad Asef Khan, were seized by the British and transferred under custody to the British Raj, where they forcibly remained until the two princes were invited back to Afghanistan by Emir Abdur Rahman Khan in the last year of his reign ( 1901 ).
In 1580 she was transferred to the control of Sir Amias Paulet.
In 1691, at the collapse of rule by Sir Edmund Andros and the reorganization of Massachusetts as a royal colony, Dukes County was transferred back to the Province of Massachusetts Bay, and split into the county of Dukes County, Massachusetts and Nantucket County, Massachusetts.
His father had earlier paid for an extension to house the major part of the Turner Bequest, which in 1987 was transferred to a wing paid for by Sir Charles Clore.
She died 12 hours later in Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, after being transferred from the event's first-aid post.
As a result, Elizabeth was removed from Catherine Parr's household and transferred to Sir Anthony Denny's.
The area was transferred from British colonial authority to the Dominion of Canada in 1894 and named after Sir John Franklin in the following year ; however, the northernmost islands were claimed by Norway until the year 1930.
Settlers failed to meet the terms of the original grant, so the plantation was transferred in 1770 to grantees including Sir James Cockburn, 8th Baronet, after which it was named Cockburn Town, incorporated in 1797.
Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries by Henry VIII in 1536, ownership of the site was transferred to Sir Thomas Wyatt of nearby Allington Castle.
When he moved to Melbourne in 1934, he transferred to command of the 15th Infantry Brigade, then part of the 3rd Division under Major General Sir Thomas Blamey.
In 1808 a split took place between Constable and Sir Walter Scott, who transferred his business to the publishing firm of John Ballantyne & Co., for which he supplied most of the capital.
Bryan acted as either a feoffee or an owner representing the governing body of the Inn ( there are some records suggesting he may have been a Bencher at this point ) but in 1493 he transferred the ownership by charter to a group including Sir Robert Brudenell and Thomas Wodeward, reverting the ownership of the Inn partially back to the Gray family.
On his return to Cape Town, Frere found that his achievement had been eclipsed — first by 1 June 1879 death of Napoleon Eugene, Prince Imperial in Zululand, and then by the news that the government of the Transvaal and Natal, together with the high commissionership in the eastern part of South Africa, had been transferred from him to Sir Garnet Wolseley.
These powers descended to Sir Robert Douglas of Blackerstone, who in 1650 disponed ( legally transferred ) the Gorbals to Glasgow's magistrates for the benefit of the city, the Trades ' House, and Hutchesons ' Hospital.
Late in August 1806, Sir Sidney transferred Pezza and about 300 of his guerrillas by sea to the coast near Sperlonga, north of Gaeta.
On 25 September 1918, for the final battles, I Corps was transferred from First Army to Sir William Birdwood's Fifth Army.
* July 21 – Arbitrating the Royal Navys request that control of British naval aircraft be transferred to it from the Royal Air Force for the first time since the dissolution of the Royal Naval Air Service in 1918, Sir Thomas Inskip recommends to the British Cabinet that the Royal Navy have full control of its aircraft.
* Donald Sinden as Sir Peter Teazle, Marc Sinden as Charles Surface, Googie Withers as Lady Sneerwell, directed by John Barton, Haymarket Theatre ( transferred to the Duke of York's Theatre ) in 1983 and then was chosen as the British Council's 50th anniversary tour of Europe in 1984.
In 1957, she co-starred with Sir Laurence Olivier in the original London production of John Osborne's The Entertainer, taking over the role of Jean Rice from Dorothy Tutin when the play transferred from the Royal Court to the Palace Theatre.
A small area near the head of the Khyber Pass is transferred to Afghanistan, and Sir Henry Dobbs carries out the realignment of the frontier on crossing over to India on December 4.
He was educated initially at Sir John Neilson Cuthbertson Public School and after four years transferred to Hutchesons ' Grammar School.
On 24 February 1879, Robinson was transferred to New Zealand, and on 21 August 1880, in the wake of the Anglo-Zulu War, he succeeded Sir Henry Bartle Frere as High Commissioner for Southern Africa ( George Cumine Strahan was also appointed as interim administrator to act until Robinson could arrive from New Zealand ).
In 1466 Shabbington was settled on Sir William Lovel, 7th Baron Morley, who in 1474 released the manor to feoffees including Richard Piggott, who in turn transferred it to other feoffees, of whom the principal was Richard Fowler.
In June 1844 he was appointed interpreter at Amoy ( Xiamen ) and in March 1845 he and his consul, Mr ( afterwards Sir ) Rutherford Alcock, were transferred to Foochow, where Parkes was attacked by stone-throwing Manchu soldiers on 4 October.

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