protectorate


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Synonyms for protectorate

a state or territory partly controlled by (but not a possession of) a stronger state but autonomous in internal affairs

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For an emigrant, it is a legal binding to get Foreign Service agreement protected from the concerned Protectorate of Emigrants (PE) Office by depositing government fees.
It is unthinkable that some believe Cyprus could become a protectorate of Turkey," he said.
The exhibition brings together 40 titles of satirical newspapers including "el bouq", "Echabab", "il inshirah", "el anis" and so many others which reveal their humour and satirical side concerning the critical look at the situation of Tunisians during the French protectorate.
British influence arrived in the 19th century when it was made a protectorate to combat pirates in the Gulf.
France granted independence to its protectorate on March 2, 1956.
The committee was briefed by the officials of BEOE about the new initiatives of establishing its protectorate offices in Sialkot and Islamabad shortly and the project of e-protectorate.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that Russia will not be allowed to establish a protectorate in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, according to a UNIAN correspondent.
The panel called for setting up additional offices of Protectorates of Emigrants after Overseas Pakistanis Foundation Director General Rana Matloob informed them that there were just seven protectorate offices in the country.
TEHRAN (FNA)- UK military chiefs have been handed an Au800-million budget boost as they consider new bases in the former British protectorate of Oman and beyond to re-establish its power East of the Suez Canal.
FRED Musham states in his letter that the only time Britain was a republic was during Oliver Cromwells Protectorate (1649 to 1660) and that the people hated it so much that they restored the monarchy.
The author traces the transition from "extraterritorial sovereignty" to a regime of "co-sovereignty" over the first decade of protectorate rule and the implications of these terms for both international relations and colonial governance.
Spanish Education in Morocco, 1912-1956, is the first research-led study on the educational policies of the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco that is written in English.
July 14, 2015 (NEW YORK) - The South Sudanese ambassador to the United Nations Tuesday reiterated his government rejection to establish a joint administration and called to put the disputed area of Abyei under international protectorate.
Called "Holiday in the Protectorate," in reference to the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, the puppet state set up in the Czech lands following the Nazi dismemberment of Czechoslovakia in 1939, the show places the family of three generations on a farm decked out in furniture from 76 years ago.
And so on July 1895 the East African Protectorate (present-day Kenya) came into existence.