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LORD. In England, this is a title of honor. Fortunately in the U. S. no such titles are allowed.

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Buia was one of those subject territories deprived of republican liberty, in this case by the republic of Venice, but it demonstrated a remarkable capacity to exercise its independence in the face of both the local feudal lords and distant Venice.
In this paper I will examine in detail one of the tables, Shih chi 14--"The Table by Years of the Twelve Feudal Lords.
The police, instead of registering case against the land lord, filed a case against the victim for with the alleged charges of molesting and attacking a feudal lord.
LAHORE, June 25 -- The lives of 44 Christian residents of the village of Renala Khurd remained threatened on Thursday, as a local feudal lord continued to detain them illegally despite court orders, due to the slow response of the police.
An opera about the life of a Japanese feudal lord who chose to be exiled for his Christian faith will be held next year to mark the 100th anniversary of Japanese migration to the Philippines, organizers said Thursday.
Amenomori Hoshu was a scholar of Neo-Confucianism in the service of the daimyo, a feudal lord, of Tsushima, which was then an island domain.
That, of course, is the City Council member who virtually alone gets to decide what's good for the community, like a feudal lord.
6-meter statue was erected in memory of Hasekura Tsunenaga (1571-1622), a retainer of Date Masamune, a ''daimyo'' or feudal lord of Sendai in northeastern Japan.
10) Mancio Ito, the thirteen-year-old chief emissary, was a cousin of the former feudal lord (damiyo) of Hyuga and a relative of Otomo Sorin of Bungo.
Gujrat -- A 45 year old peasant was brutally attacked by feudal lord Muhammad Aslam, his sons and grandsons in Gujrat for not obeying their orders on Sunday morning.
Karachi, Sep 3(ANI): Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain has said that his party will not allow any corrupt political leader or feudal lord to escape, and insisted that all the looted wealth would be returned to the national exchequer.
According to temple lore, a nearby feudal lord refused to send tuskers to participate in the annual festival as he did not receive payments in time.