ascendancy


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The moral ascendancy of the Church does not even come from its leaders.
In the 1980s--some two centuries after the appearance of "Protestant ascendancy"--another conflict to this ascendancy emerged: not between people of different religion or ethnicity, but between professional academics in Irish history and Irish literature respectively.
Carl Sagan) for their assistance in assembling a legendary weapon that could stop the Ascendancy forever.
According to the contract, Ascendancy will serve as exclusive partner for EffRx to establish a distribution network in these regions and receive milestone payments and royalties from EffRx on distribution sales.
As per the terms of the agreement, Quintiles will offer product assessments, clinical research services, including trial planning, productivity optimization, and execution of cost-efficient studies, for therapeutic compounds Ascendancy in-licenses for development and commercialization in China and other Asian markets.
Blues boss Lee Clark also saw Peter Lovenkrands hit a post and groaned: "Before they scored we were in the ascendancy.
CAPTAIN Chris Robshaw attributed England's 23-13 victory over France to an improved defence as they moved into the ascendancy in the final quarter of the RBS Six Nations clash at Twickenham.
Summary: The selection of the UAE to chair two major technical committees for Halal standards has reiterated the global significance of the country as an important market and its ascendancy as a Halal hub in the region.
Tasmanians were the strongest supporters of Prince William's ascendancy at 90 per cent.
The home stand off doubled his tally in 17 minutes with another straightforward kick, sparking a spell in ascendancy for the Scots.
In The Making of the Irish Protestant Ascendancy: The Life of William Conolly, Patrick Walsh sets out to analyze the creation of the Protestant Ascendancy in Ireland through a detailed study of the life and political career of William Conolly.
I have grown to loathe derby games, even when we are in the ascendancy - in fact, more so when we are in the ascendancy.
Henry Cecil, pictured with York winner Chachamaidee yesterday, is back in the ascendancy
Decline is a Choice: The New Liberalism and the End of American Ascendancy
According to details, a grand Jirga of Bugti tribe was convened to take the ascendancy of the next Nawab (chief) of the tribe after the assassination of Nawab Akbar Bugti wherein the chiefs of the sub-tribes of Mandrani, Mausri, Perozai, Notani, Shambani and Kalpar participated.