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of or relating to or characterized by autarchy

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and emotional toll of rice weeding, a central form of autarchic food
Boyle writes that autarchic selfhood "realises some of its finest dramatic moments in death-scenes architectured to show an assertion of the dying figure's identity and will.
The organicist idea is a dynamic one, but it is remarkably autarchic.
Al Qaeda Wahabism, ETA or Chechen segregation, Islamic nationalisms, such as Hamas or Hezbollah, the offensives of the Occident in countries with authoritarian regimes, justified actions such as "humanitarian aid" (Iraq, Afghanistan) or even individual terrorist attacks, such as the ones from Oslo and Utoya from the 22nd July 2011, probe this subjective, autarchic perspective on the phenomena.
economy is not autarchic and so the country will be influenced by factors that affect the price of energy elsewhere, such as by a closure of the Strait of Hormuz.
The impact of the film on Pound was twofold: the vision of the Noh sequence stimulated his aesthetic sense and brought back memories of his work on Noh, while the nationalist moral of the film reinforced Pounds support of the autarchic doctrine at the root of Italian Fascism, which he understood as being in line with the Confucian element of Japanese nationalism extolling selfless loyalty to the nation as an extended family.
Old wars were financed by taxation and were typically associated with a war economy that was centralizing, autarchic, and totalizing, involving all citizens.
Organizational entrepreneurship or entrepreneur organization: organizational entrepreneurship is a phenomenon which all the staffs can perform as a entrepreneur and all the individual and group entrepreneurship activities continuously, easily and rapidly in the central organization or under cover yield autarchic
The self-sufficient village as the basic economic unit stood impregnable in the face of foreign invasions, they were little republics and economically they were predominantly autarchic, meaning there was very little exchange between the village and the outside world.
A romantic autarchic nationalism was set aside and replaced by a concentration on economic development through an engagement with the international capitalist economy.
The model relied essentially on economic growth through hypertrophic industrial development, with highlight on industry, on the heavy industry in particular, the promotion of the working class and on defense-related investment, within an autarchic framework connected with the then global economic constraints.
The beneficent outcomes of liberalization do not represent conclusions of theoretical analyses, but of realities proved in different countries and regions, so that the idea of economic opening was accepted at an increasingly wider scale, including in autarchic states like China.
16) Industrial development was further hindered by the government's resort to autarchic plans.
The same goes for most of the contributors' patent craving for an autarchic and militarized nation-state to replace our imperfect but lagniappe-crammed democracy.
The hermitage was an independent microcosm entrusted to a group of trained brothers, with an almost autarchic economy based on large areas of cultivation and sometimes on quarrying and kiln industries.