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

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Hence, the propensity for inter-generational considerations and the desire to secure continued dynastical family involvement and control may, in some cases, harm overall performance (Chrisman et al., 2008; Jones et al., 2008).
with the correct knowledge, information, and interpretation of the rich, glorious and dynastical history, scientific inventions, humane communal modus vivendi,....
49), who states "adopting dynastical names by the common people was a popular way to express some kind of relationship with the foreign rulers." He rejects Sarkisian's assertion (1976: 501) that Antiochis was a member of the Seleucid dynasty because the name is rarely attested outside the royal family.
Pan's divinized image served as an effective way to communicate dynastical moral teachings to the masses.
"The destruction of the state," in his mind, was another name for dynastical replacement and had nothing to do with ordinary Chinese.
For surely "dynastical democracy" is in some sense a contradiction in terms?