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These institutions which Mr. Lyford names `` agreeable autocracies '' -- where did they come from??
from Brown Corpus
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These and institutions
These are the centuries in which the inhabitants of the Aegean world settled firmly into their minds and into their institutions the foundations of the Hellenic outlook, independent of outside forces.
These lay abbacies were not merely a question of overlordship, but implied the concentration in lay hands of all the rights, immunities and jurisdiction of the foundations, i. e. the more or less complete secularization of spiritual institutions.
Because his vision of personal and social perfections was framed as a revival of the ordered society of earlier times, Confucius is often considered a great proponent of conservatism, but a closer look at what he proposes often shows that he used ( and perhaps twisted ) past institutions and rites to push a new political agenda of his own: a revival of a unified royal state, whose rulers would succeed to power on the basis of their moral merits instead of lineage. These would be rulers devoted to their people, striving for personal and social perfection, and such a ruler would spread his own virtues to the people instead of imposing proper behavior with laws and rules.
These popular religious practices were distinct from, but closely linked with, the formal rituals and institutions.
These included resentment of royal absolutism ; resentment by peasants, laborers and the bourgeoisie toward the traditional seigneurial privileges possessed by the nobility ; resentment of the Church's influence over public policy and institutions ; aspirations for freedom of religion ; resentment of aristocratic bishops by the poorer rural clergy ; aspirations for social, political and economic equality, and ( especially as the Revolution progressed ) republicanism ; hatred of Queen Marie-Antoinette, who was falsely accused of being a spendthrift and an Austrian spy ; and anger toward the King for firing finance minister Jacques Necker, among others, who were popularly seen as representatives of the people.
These missions tended to found monastic institutions and collegiate churches that served large areas.
These institutions and practices are alternative to, rather than different formulations of, human rights ".
These investors are typically institutions, such as pension funds, university endowments and foundations, or high-net-worth individuals, who are considered to have the knowledge or resources to understand the nature of the funds.
These laws, contained in sections 5311 through 5332 of Title 31 of the United States Code, require financial institutions, which under the current definition include a broad array of entities, including banks, credit card companies, life insurers, money service businesses and broker-dealers in securities, to report certain transactions to the United States Treasury.
These three institutions: political representation, majority rule and the party system are the basic components of modern political machinery ; they are applicable to both central and local governments and are becoming by their adaptability ends in themselves rather than a machinery to achieve some purpose.
These laws ended the Catholic Church's involvement with many government institutions in late 19th-century France, including schools.
These roles, and their associations with scientific knowledge, spread with the Roman Empire and, with the spread of Christianity, became closely linked to religious institutions in most of Europe.
These certification programs are tailored to the institutions that would employ people who use these technologies.
These institutions have the same basic division of responsibility as in the Soviet era, overseen by the Central Bank of Turkmenistan.
These include 12 heads of state ( including one U. S. President ), 3 United States Supreme Court justices, and supreme court justices of other states, founders of technology companies, international law firms, and global financial institutions, university presidents and 18 living billionaires.
These institutions are considered to be one of the most important parts of a mental health system by many psychiatrists, although some localities lack sufficient funding.
These were years when study at one of the great science institutions of Europe was considered to be essential for anyone who truly wished to make a significant scientific progress.
These and which
These polar concerns ( imitation vs. formalism ) reflect a philosophical and religious situation which has been developing over a long period of time.
These are like the initial ways in which the world forces itself upon the self and thrusts the self into decision and choice.
These desires presuppose a sense of causally efficacious powers in which one is involved, some working for one's good, others threatening ill.
These moments are historical events in the lives of individual authors with which the student of comparative literature must be frequently concerned.
These lectures formed the nucleus of a general survey of English development which took form afterward as A History Of England.
These conceptions and the manner in which they were transposed into poetry or engendered by poetic form are intrinsic to western life from the time of Aeschylus to that of Shakespeare.
These have never gone out of style in Scandinavian homes and now seem to be reappearing here and there in shops which specialize in handicrafts.
These are mentalities which crave action -- and they are beginning to get it, as Messrs. Salsich and Engh report on page 372.
These cases in which light is already visible at the other end of the tunnel are ones which over the next few years will absorb the bulk of our capital assistance.
These roads are largely of less than highway standards, and usually carry traffic which is related to use of the National Forests.
These services at which attendance is voluntary are led by the Chaplain, by the President of the College, by selected faculty members, students, and visitors.
These qualities endeared him to both the musicians and the social-economic haute monde which supported the concert world of the post-World War 1, era.
These are fluids which one would expect to be less viscoelastic or more Newtonian because of their lower molecular weight.
These are reasonable assumptions with low viscosity fluids suspended in high viscosity fluids which are subjected to low rates of shear.
These widely advertised products, which are used primarily for washing clothes, are based on high-sudsing, synthetic organic actives ( sodium alkylbenzenesulfonates ) and contain up to 50% by weight of sodium tripolyphosphate or a mixture of sodium tripolyphosphate and tetrasodium pyrophosphate.
These dosages could have been increased by increasing the source strength which was small in this case.
These are few and seemingly disjointed data, but they illustrate the important fact that fundamental alterations in conditioned reactions occur in a variety of states in which the hypothalamic balance has been altered by physiological experimentation, pharmacological action, or clinical processes.
These are defined by a simple involutorial transformation of the points in which a general line meets a nonsingular quadric surface bearing a curve of symbol Af.
These area reports will be followed, according to present plans, by a summary report, which will include a detailed statement on methods.
From here they proceeded to ( 3 ) These same areas in relation to their own future family life stages, developing these to the extent of examining various crises which could be expected to confront them at some time or other.
These differences in turn result from the fact that my Yokuts vocabularies were built up of terms selected mainly to insure unambiguity of English meaning between illiterate informants and myself, within a compact and uniform territorial area, but that Hoijer's vocabulary is based on Swadesh's second glottochronological list which aims at eliminating all items which might be culturally or geographically determined.