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Synonyms for appanage

a privilege granted a person, as by virtue of birth

Synonyms for appanage

any customary and rightful perquisite appropriate to your station in life

a grant (by a sovereign or a legislative body) of resources to maintain a dependent member of a ruling family


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It is hypocritical that she was not the SDSM ticket in the last elections, made her fellow party members resign their legislative seats whereby they lost their right to salaries and finally she requested that she be paid an appanage for her former service as an MP for a whole year from a Parliament she refuses to recognize," said Romeo Trenov from VMRO-DPMNE at the meeting of the parliamentary committee on election and appointment.
Are the MPs of SDSM going to draw the appanage from their transaction accounts when the money is paid or are they going to refuse it for being awarded by MPs, who, in their view, have been elected through vote rigging?
Famous cases in the New Kingdom are those of Carchemish and Aleppo, granted by Suppiluliuma as appanage countries to his sons Sarri-Kusuh (Piyassili) and Telipinu.
He could remove the family from the throne and annex the country, turning it into a province ruled by a Hittite official, (61) or grant it to a member of his own family as appanage land (62) or to any other person whom he might install as subordinate king.
7) Conquered countries may be further divided into three sub-groups: countries annexed and turned into provinces ruled by royal officials as part of the Hittite homeland, (8) appanage and granted countries, (9) and rebellious countries that had been re-subjugated by force.
As far as the appanages are concerned, I haven't heard any of them say they would give them up, which means they decided to boycott Parliament and yet be paid appanges," he said.
1552), who had earlier returned from Bukhara to reside in his appanage capital Samarqand, restored some confiscated Samarqand-area holdings - lands, gardens, homes, shops and mills - to one of Ahrar's great-grandsons, Muhammad Yahya.