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More importantly, they also came to redefine downstream--upstream relations by 'alienating the Dayak from the Malay', with new links of trade and debt, as well as relations of kinship, tying the Dayak communities to the Chinese, and bypassing the Malay appanage holders.
An appanage could be created, inherited, expanded, reduced, or abolished.
In the struggle for the unification of the Russian land around Moscow, the Moscow prince tried to replace the right of landownership of appanage princes with his own personal right.
Blerim Bexheti, former Minister, now does not work, uses his appanage and says that he will not accept another function for a bit longer.
Writing appears, thus, to be the appanage of an elite, for whom it represents the occasion for both reading and practice, while the image may be made to serve writing, marking the divorce between decipherment and practice.
Particularly vocal were the reactions to the request for an appanage from SDSM deputy president Radmila Sekerinska.
The concurrent term, "implicit", consecrated in this literature through the works of Sternberg (1985) and Runco (1984), is currently becoming the appanage of the field of implicit social cognition.
1553-1571) was appanage prince Vladimir Andreyevich (1533-1569; Staritsa appanage prince in 1541-1566, Dmitrov appanage prince since 1566).
This volume seeks to reframe the author's interest in a larger historical context and, as the overarching thesis, to make religion central to national identity: "With the baptism [in 988], Orthodoxy became a central element in Russian history and culture, whether in the days of the Kievan princes of the quasi-medieval appanage Russia, of the Orthodox tsardom of Muscovy, of the Orthodox empire of the Romanovs, or even, as the enemy, during the communist regime, which tried desperately but failed to eradicate it" (4-5).
Like so many Romanian authors who saw their lives altered by war and totalitarianism, Mailat is deeply committed to witnessing, remembering, and using her writing to fight the fragmentary vision of history that Walter Benjamin says is the appanage of the poor and the oppressed.
7) Conquered countries may be further divided into three sub-groups: countries annexed and turned into provinces ruled by royal officials as part of the Hittite homeland, (8) appanage and granted countries, (9) and rebellious countries that had been re-subjugated by force.