Policar Morrel, who served under the other government, and who does not altogether conceal what he thinks on the subject, you are strongly suspected of regretting the abdication
Atkinson had at length wearied of Flambeau's almost paternal custody, and had endeavoured to knock him down, which was by no means a smooth game to play with the Roi des Apaches, even after that monarch's abdication
Like the Chevalier de Valois, whose personal neglect might be called an abdication
, the bourgeois dignity of the Cormon salon no longer existed when it was turned to white and gold, with mahogany ottomans covered in blue satin.
The continuation of this system was likely a factor in leading to so many abdications
Through the novel's three parts (Mists, Memories, Malaise), Bukuru, a journalist-turned-exile, is forced to face awakened demons from his past--demons who speak of a life marked by failure in, "a succession of silences, evasions, abdications
THE HAGUE -- Retirement is not traditionally on the cards for queens, kings or popes, but a string of abdications
in recent months, some unprecedented, show many are choosing to step aside instead of labouring on until death.