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The notaries clearly failed in their usurpatory tactics with the Law Society and appeared to have failed with legal tactics through the state, so they moved deeper into the advantageous heteronomous end of the continuum and engaged the public through the media.
rest on this sort of usurpatory ventriloquism, which consists in giving voice to those in whose name one is authorized to speak.
Not only did imposture flourish in society; the regime could also easily be perceived as counterfeit and usurpatory.