Administrative intervention, in the XIX (disentailment) and XX centuries (massive afforestation)
Bica (2004), referring to Portugal, and Pereira (1999), referring to Galicia, use the same expression--'disentailment frenzy'--to describe the type of liberal intervention which was directed at the commons.
Tracing in greater length the manifestations of thoughts and feelings of sadness, guilt, shame, and pity connected to disentailment
, especially those of the pious women who may have had little to say about their family's financial decisions, might prove to be fascinating.
We obtain polynomial bounds for entailment or disentailment if orderings are employed for which terms have only polynomially many smaller ones, which can be enumerated in polynomial time.
We obtain exponential bounds for entailment or disentailment if orderings are employed for which terms have only exponentially many smaller ones, and which can be enumerated in exponential time.
Likewise, as a representative of the centralized Government that has destroyed religious symbols in the name of progress--such as the disentailment
of Church properties--Pepe's behavior is not perceived as an innocuous misunderstanding of the norms, but as an immediate and dangerous threat to the religious icons defining Orbajosan culture.
The fiscal reform also proposes that the Disentailment
of Union Resources (DUR), which removed R$ 38.6 billion from social welfare in 2007 alone (35), should be maintained until 2011.
It is necessary to distinguish between desamortizacion, or disentailment
, as mere expropriation and as the breaking off of the restrictions to free exchange of property.
of private, church and common lands, which began in the 1790s and continued sporadically (sometimes convulsively) for nearly a century, merely consolidated the existing patterns of land ownership or domination, rather than creating a new and innovative bourgeois agriculture.
(2.) About the disentailments of the nineteenth century and its consequences, see F.
Corral says that "the system of endowment, independent of its sudden changes and political qualifications, in the long run in each period has in Spain, as in all European and American countries, an identical origin and character: that of being the consequence of previous disentailments." See C.