accedence


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Another product of society's destabilizing was the flourishing subgenre of books on arms and honor -- Smith's De Republica Anglorum (1583), Harrison's Description of England (1587), Segar's Book of Honor and Armes (1590), Leigh's Accedence of Armorie (1597), Milles's Honor Military and Civil (1602) and Catalogue of Honour (1610), Guillim's A Display of Heraldne (1610), Selden's Titles of Honor (1614).
Indian reconsideration of the CTBT reflects a growing view among its defense policy and scientific elite that accedence to a total test ban would lead to surrender of its nuclear option before the world's acknowledged nuclear powers had accepted New Delhi's long-held insistence on global nuclear disarmament, and certainly before Pakistan had demonstrated that it was prepared to jettison its nuclear capability.
A repeated theme in Shusaku Endo's fiction has been the existential conflict between adherence to an exacting and in many ways alienating religion, and accedence to the cultural imperatives and material rewards of one's native land.