Las Siete Partidas, a seven-part Castilian code created around the 13th century, articulated four ways in which a father could be compelled to emancipate
"Delay in the regularization of the AHB employees service was a matter of grave concern, she said adding authorities concerned should took the notice of the issue and emancipate
them of hanging sword.
I am hoping that the more sensual, relaxed, and less didactic attitude of the late '90s might allow the museum to emancipate
itself again from its role as bulwark of art - to redefine itself in terms of the demands of the times.
The new Black nationalist and realist texts, on the other hand, posit materialist demands that, as I have shown in Himes's text, resist the colonization of Black life by systems that are continued by White people, and revalorize the public spheres that emancipate
Black women and men.
ISLAMABAD, March 08, 2012 (Balochistan Times): President Asif Ali Zardari while highlighting the struggle of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) in the promotion of women rights, has reiterated the governments commitment to emancipate
and empower the countrys women.
German historian and philosopher Mergner (1940-99) spent most of his career trying to explain not only why people accept or reject structures of domination, but also why people trying to emancipate
themselves form and accept new structures of domination.
Conversely, Neimeyer argues that African Americans saw service in the Continental Army as "trading one master for another." Furthermore, "[m]any African Americans must have hoped for the success of the British" given the British promises to emancipate
slaves throughout the colonies.
It was the dream of party chairperson to emancipate
the womenfolk from the brutal clutches of poverty and old traditions which is being accomplished by the incumbent government, she added.
He said that they would establish such a system in the area which would emancipate
the people of their region from the strong clutches of the ruling countries.