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Since both Papacy and Emperor were too weak at the beginning of the Reformation, a temporary compromise was struck in the 1555 Treaty of Augsburg which for the first time abandoned the legitimizing principle of "Universal Christian Monarchy" and settled on "cujus regio, ejus religio," roughly translated as "whoever reigns imposes his religion in his realm.
Despite that I have argued in this paper that Smooha has failed to introduce a new insight as to the inherent contradiction between the particularistic nature of the Zionist project and later on the state of Israel on the one hand, and their use of a universalistic legitimizing discourse on the other.
A third chapter explores the "syndrome of provincialism" which he contends served to fuel the legitimizing process; in the fourth he argues that Virginia gentlemen succeeded in their pursuit of gentility even though they only adopted selected elements of the British model.
Quoting from the Catholic Catechism he showed that legitimizing homosexual activity was in harmony with Catholic teaching.
Antiguan officials anticipate that major US companies, including Citibank, Chase Manhattan, Bank of America, Clear Channel Communication, and Bravo TV, may soon find themselves required to comply with the WTO ruling legitimizing trade between Antiguan online gaming companies and the US market.
If anything, they made a contribution toward intolerance and legitimizing Duke's racist record.
Prime Minister Jean Chretien is about to place a national stamp of approval upon legitimizing deviant behaviour by adding "sexual orientation" to the Human Rights Act of Canada.
Hitachi Data Systems Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd (NYSE:HIT), will play a key role in legitimizing virtualization for the enterprise at this Fall's Storage Networking World (SNW) 2004.
She pointed out that moving the foreclosure threshold out to $2500 has the effect of legitimizing delinquency and will probably result in increases of association dues to offset future revenue losses.
This is exactly what the Drug Free America Foundation has been saying for years: Not only do drugs kill, but - by legitimizing drug use - the lie of legalization kills, too
Nutrition 21, by legitimizing the use of chromium picolinate to the scientific community and public by substantiating efficacy, is emulating a strategy that has been successful for compounds such as calcium and Omega III fish oil and companies such as Martek Bioscience (NASDAQ:MATK) namely, elevating their product from a food supplement to a medical ingredient.
We are rapidly legitimizing our brand and building the necessary credibility to support growth efforts into new markets.