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DYNASTY. A succession of kings in the same line or family; government; sovereignty.

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A couple of days ago, when NAB Lahore team raided the house of Hamza Sharif, the Opposition leader in the Punjab Assembly from the dynastic family, could not be arrested as of the resistance from the party workers and later got pre-arrest bail from Lahore High Court in unusual routine against the money laundering of the billions of the rupees and by now his bail has been extend.
Which dynastic family ruled in Brandenberg-Prussia from 1415-1918?
Kim's change of course towards dialogue may also be driven by his country's worsening economic travails that could threaten the delicate mix of coercion and forced public consent -- the key elements that anchor his dynastic family's rule.
The victor was Leni Robredo, who hails from a dynastic family that had been aligned with progressive forces to oust Marcos in 1986 and is one of the fiercest opponents of Duterte today.