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Instead, masterless men, a dissatisfied and adrift younger generation, and an emboldened merchant class lay claim to the new suburb.
In Masterless Mistresses, Emily Clark has given us a deeply imagined, beautifully written, and thoroughly researched account of the earliest order of Catholic sisters in what is now the United States.
Subnet Relay is a true masterless, ad-hoc, self-organizing data networking technology with inherent relay capabilities that employs tactical line-of-sight (LOS) bearers to carry Internet Protocol (IP) data between groups of ships within a task group.
The specter of hordes of masterless black men roving around free in the countryside and endangering white farmsteads inhabited only by women and children challenged the commitment of yeomen sons and fathers to serve out their terms in uniform.
Occasionally Hofmeyr reveals a haziness about historical details not central to her discussion, as when she writes: "In keeping with Elizabethan vagrancy laws, Christian, a masterless man, must carry a 'pass' to indicate that he has permission to be travelling" (p.
This historical manga is about the Shinsengumi, a group of masterless samurai active during the late shogunate period (the 1860s) in Japan.
You play Natoea,a masterless `ronin' samurai who has to search for heroes to defeat an evil race hell bent on destroying the world.
I conclude with a reading of the play's representation of masterless persons as the necessary shadow side of the plethora of opportunities seemingly offered by the market.
subset]] in the east, thus grounding the Shaykh al-Akbar at both horns of Islamdom; but the real anchor-line of his spiritual life's journey, as Henry Corbin insisted so perceptively, (183) was his affinity with the mysterious itinerant of the Surat rat al-Kahf known as al-Khadir, or Khidr (= Elijah), the master of the masterless and teacher of the unteachable.
Born to a rural samurai family in the castle town of Kochi in the Tosa domain, now Kochi Prefecture in western Japan, Ryoma, who became a ''ronin'' or masterless samurai, was active in the pro-imperial movement that preceded the Meiji Restoration of 1868.
Beier, Masterless Men: The Vagrancy Problem in England, 1560-1640 (1985); John Pound, Poverty and Vagrancy in Tudor England (1971); C.
A major advance in cam-lobe grinding occurred in the early 1980s, however, when the first CNC masterless cam-lobe grinders were introduced.