vassal


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a person holding a fief

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''I don't want to be a vassal state of China,'' he added.
The Environment Secretary said: "I think it demeans language to use words like vassal state.
The amount of violations is "savagery from a legal point of view", Patino underlined, adding that it has clearly shown the country's president -- Lenin Moreno -- surrendered to the US "as a vassal".
No deal is the difference between the UK becoming a vassal state of the European Union or a truly independent sovereign country able to govern ourselves and trade freely with the rest of the world, and most importantly remain a democracy and not become a civilised form of dictatorship.
The EU is not a state, and a 'vassal' has no rights.
We in Wales/Cymru are fully aware of being vassals, who are inferior to rule by England.
Government A government that works for all Henceforth thereby must fall Fascist tendencies it's fate It then leads a vassal state Biblical proportions in size Describe its monumental lies The missing ingredient here is truth So government's epithet is uncouth This adjective stays ever after Despite ringing hollow laughter Laugh and the world laughs with you The joke is government's impromptu A search for a 'get-out' clause Is the untrue driving force.
The illegal dump represents a risk to drinking water in the #381itnyacute Ostrov area.An investigator has pressed charges of corruption-related crimes against a member of the Police Corps National Anti-Corruption Unit, one officer from the Bratislava II District Police Directorate and two civilians, all detained by the polices internal affairs inspectorate on Wednesday, June 13.The case allegedly concerns an illegal landfill and a company called Vassal EKO, which provides services in the areas of waste management and recycling.
The analytical article says the real goal of the blockade was to make Qatar a vassal state unable to carry out any independent foreign policy.
Instead of a rule-maker, the UK would become a "rule-taker" - or, in the emotive language adopted recently by Brexit hard-liners, Britain would be reduced from an imperial power to a "vassal state" or a "colony" of the EU.
Instead of a rule-maker, the United Kingdom would become a "rule-taker" - or, in the emotive language adopted recently by Brexit hardliners, Britain would be reduced from an imperial power to a "vassal state" or a "colony" of the EU.
Instead of a rule-maker, the United Kingdom would become a 'rule-taker' - or, in the emotive language adopted recently by Brexit hardliners, Britain would be reduced from an imperial power to a 'vassal state' or a 'colony' of the EU.
With the act of September 22, 1908, Bulgaria rejects the political vassal dependency on the Ottoman Empire a a result of the decisions at Congress of Berlin in 1878 a and becomes a sovereign state, equal to other European countries.
Since the mid-1800s Bukhara had been a vassal state of the Russian Empire, but was ruled by an emir.
Chaque annee en Europe, 35.000 jeunes dont 15.000 enfants de 0 a 15 ans ont un diagnostic de cancer, explique Gilles Vassal, Directeur de la recherche clinique a l'hopital Gustave Roussy, a deux jours de la journee mondiale contre le cancer.