anarchy


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a lack of civil order or peace

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a state of lawlessness and disorder (usually resulting from a failure of government)

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"The launch of Anarchy For Him and For Her represents a new evolution of the Axe brand, "said Barret Roberts, Axe senior brand manager at Unilever.
"This is what risks moving us toward anarchy," Ben Achour said.
Like The Godfather, Sons of Anarchy examines the business of organized crime, focusing on the club's gun running, drug dealing, and brief foray into adult filmmaking.
In his model of anarchy (seen as a completely opportunistic jungle), there is no production.
Author Dan Sheehy is definitely writing history with his new book, Fighting Immigration Anarchy. It is a unique book that chronicles the courage, passion, struggle, and dedication of the leaders in the immigration battle in which America is now engaged.
Digital Anarchy, San Francisco, Calif., a provider of special effects software for Adobe, Apple, and Discreet products, announces the availability of Backdrop Designer.
They wouldn't recognize the anarchy society's atomization as a response to nihilism's negative world view and the resulting self-absorption.
The sesh ended with some light anarchy when the store manager poked his head out the back to see a mob of skate kids staring at him.
The Sex Pistols' Anarchy In The UK has been named the most influential record of the 1970s.
Crossing the street there is a big feat." She took the anarchy of rural Italian life as a cue to transgress formal rules of dance-building.
"What the Civil War taught the political nation was that state oaths binding subjects both legally and morally to the traditional form of government offered a better hope of peace and security than the anarchy unleashed by government based on abstract sovereignty, interest, and the salus populi" (169).
"The situation is fast going toward a state of anarchy," he said, adding that six main security bodies operate in the Gaza Strip and West Bank, headed by chiefs with competing vested interests and among whom coordination is limited.
Anarchy became less about overcoming political oppression and more about wearing torn pants and leather jackets and obtaining free sex and drugs.
Without it there would be anarchy, and, in fact, human social life would be impossible.
In the international realm, according to Hsiung, anarchy and legal order are not mutually exclusive; they are complementary and mutually reinforcing.