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Synonyms for monarchic

ruled by or having the supreme power resting with a monarch

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The period of the monarchic authoritarian regime was, however, one that exemplified the specific key issues that led to its base: from monarchical messianism--one of the defining elements of the doctrine of the National Renaissance Front (Bruja, 2006: 104-105; Savu, 1970: 167-176), to the presentation of the achievements of the single political party, and hence of the regime in general, in a favorable light and up to the endless pages in which the Royal Word was idolized, all have tried to create an idyllic image of the leader.
Alborzi and Ostavar [1] found that normal students compared to gifted students got higher scores in thinking styles type II (executive, special, monarchic and conservative).
it focuses mainly on the eighth and seventh centuries, which are best represented in the archaeological record and epigraphic remains and which also receive considerable biblical attention, assuming as Faust does that biblical texts attest to the existence and character of the monarchic states of Israel and Judah.
At that time traditional, monarchic, hereditary and feudal methods were used to hold on to power and authority.
Not a zoological collection but an eighteenth-century monarchic menagerie, wherein the connoisseur class privately accumulated things as an illustration of wealth, an exhibition of class and taste.
The Nicene Creed uses monarchic and juridical imagery to describe the end of time: Christ "will come again in glory to judge the living and the dead, and his kingdom will have no end.
You can support the Guide Dogs' Prince George on his monarchic mission to become a qualified guide dog by sponsoring the young puppy.
Protesters are divided between calls for reform within the monarchic systems, or their removal altogether.
The Iranian nation toppled the US-backed Pahlavi regime 34 years ago, ending 2,500 years of monarchic rule in the country.
On the one hand, from 1880 significant inscriptions dating from the pre-exilic, monarchic era were uncovered.
For years, the Qaddafi regime effectively fuelled anti-Sufi sentiment in the country, publicly portraying Sufism as a heretical form of Islam and as a fossil of monarchic Libya that had no place in a "revolutionary" nation.
It mattered not whether Islam is Sunni or Shia, democratic or monarchic, reactionary or modernizing.
Subject to constant struggles for power, the chiming bells of jubilation transport the reader back to a present of monarchic celebration.
But for the future writer, born in 1922, school and formal situations were strongly linked to Fascism, which he had always opposed with a great determination and against which he had also fought during the Resistance, enrolling himself in a partisan monarchic unit.
Ultimately, this book is to be highly recommended: it will make a valuable and indispensable addition to the libraries of both scholars of eighteenth-century music and those from other disciplines who want to expand their knowledge of the role of music--which, as this volume so richly demonstrates, was always more than the notes on the page--in the self fashioning and sustenance of European monarchic structures.