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Synonyms for secession


Synonyms for secession

an Austrian school of art and architecture parallel to the French art nouveau in the 1890s

formal separation from an alliance or federation

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But conflict, seccession and depression chiseled its infrastructure to a bare 150 screens, and created a population of moviegoers who make, on average, $40 a month.
For an anachronistic defense of seccession as a constitutional right, see Mark E.
Maui Solomon deals head-on with the seccession issue, acknowledging that this is a fear shared by many New Zealanders.
The rest of the volume's ten chapters tell of the repeated failures of the UN and others to mediate the conflict, the bilateral relations from 1948 to 1958, Sheik Abdullah's government in Kashmir and his arrest by India in 1953, Indo-Pakistani relations from 1959 to 1964, the 1965 war, relations between 1966 and 1970, the processes leading to Bangladesh's seccession, the war over Bangladeshi independence, and a 9 page chapter summarizing conditions from 1972 to 1997.
That's why there was no interest in stopping the seccession of Slovenia in 1991, because there were no Serbs there to protect.
Indeed, if Nehru had not believed so ardently in the tenets of dialectical materialism and had not demonstrated such a personal distaste for Jinnah, the Muslims of India may not have pushed for seccession.
The proceedings in the Hague peace conference, especially the opinion of the Badinter's EC arbitrary Commission that in Yugoslavia's case break-up of the federal state look place rather than seccession of Slovenia and croatia which was Milosevic's point of new, but above all the pragmatic realization that things had changed for good, led to the diplomatic recognition of Slovenia by all European states and all other important countries with the notable exception of the United States.