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34) See Buchanan, Tyrannous Reign, 6, and Andrew Hadfield, 'Spenser and Buchanan', George Buchanan: Political Thought in Early Modern Britain and Europe, Caroline Erskine and Roger A.
The uncle testified: "She would send me messages on Whatsapp using words like, tyrannous, wicked and forger.
The Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) leadership is determined to impose Islamic rules from Chitral to Karachi adding that the leadership has vowed to eliminate corruption, poverty, unemployment and tyrannous from the country", he added.
Guinea too has had an ongoing history of tyrannous governments and tremendous civil unrest.
I like the idea of civil liberty, not the kind of thing where I have the freedom to carry a gun like Americans, in case the government decides to become tyrannous, but the freedom to do what I want within reason, for instance walking back home from the pub, about 800 meters from my spot.
The "reasonable'' restrictions you embrace today may someday give birth to tyrannous restrictions on all but the most innocuous political expressions.
who maintain "Servility" to a tyrannous monarch do so for its
The fear only comes when I check the American newspapers and see headlines using words like "crackdown" to frame the violence here as a sort of government-driven bullet train to genocide, when I see my friends on Facebook raging about the tyrannous state of things in Russia.
At the end of the 20th century, especially after two devastating World Wars, media reversed itself and tried to depict war as a neutral event or even as a positive transition for a country suffering from a tyrannous dictatorship.
However; Islamic movements cannot be eliminated by such tyrannous acts.
KARACHI -- Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Chief Syed Munawar Hasan has urged the Ulema and religious forces to play their due roles in order to unveil the different faces of tyrannous elements.
In her [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1929) (Peacocks Flying Southeast), the aesthetic themes of beauty and death are married to the plotline of a Han dynasty folktale about two lovers who commit suicide because of the parents' tyrannous act of splitting their marriage.