autocratically


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Synonyms for autocratically

in an overbearingly domineering manner

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Unfortunately the ITAK refused to accept our request and autocratically did everything they wanted.
Ludwig Karl Hilberseimer grew up in Karlsruhe, a city which is one of the classic examples of an autocratically and geometrically planned city.
Maintaining something like this dual system is a reasonable second best to some unattainable complete reform that could make all faculty equal with long-term contracts and immensely preferable to reforms that would make faculty at-will employees and empower deans or other bosses to run schools autocratically.
Summary: Although born and raised in Kafr Meselha, a poor villages in el-Menoufia Governorate, Hosni Mubarak, overthrown in a popular revolt last year after ruling autocratically for 30 years, showed little interest in his village, even before he took office as President in 1981 after Sadat's assassination, according to other villagers.
Justinian autocratically revised the curricula of all non-Christian teaching academies in Greece.
Occasionally I will make suggestions related to voicing or ensemble issues, but it is otherwise not an autocratically run band.
The Student Government president, intellectually and morally younger than her 22 or so years, autocratically decided after the invitation had been accepted that "Mr.
Former Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi came to power in 1969 and ruled autocratically for more than four decades, until he was toppled and killed last year.
They continue to do it, albeit no longer as blatantly, autocratically deciding what constitutes democratic principles and what does not.
Addressing a press conference along with colleagues at cafeteria of Punjab Assembly Raja Riaz said, "Flirty Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has no time to listen rather he is busy in marriages, his autocratically thinking style and bad governance have ruined the province.
There is however a thin line between working with the people and autocratically leading the people.
Zine Abidine Ben Ali, who had ruled the country autocratically since 1988.
21) Far from autocratically transforming the law from the highest bench in the state, Traynor's decision in DeBurgh only articulated in the common law that which already existed in practice.
Neither the notion that men are capable of self-government, nor, alternately, that they need to be ruled autocratically with an iron rod, does violence to a biblical understanding of human nature.
The author rightfully says that although Nasser, Sadat and Mubarak claimed to restore authority to the people, they ruled as autocratically as their predecessors.