of the old order

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According to these circles, which view the protests as a counter-civilian revolution, what is happening is all about the re-establishment of the old order in Turkey, referred to as the First Republic -- an attempt to preserve the old privileges and to create barriers to Turkey's democratization.
The verbal attacks echo a broader debate about Egypt's future and reflect the conflicting concerns of those who are either worried about a consolidation of the influence of Islamist groups suppressed by Mubarak or a comeback by remnants of the old order that would undermine progress to democracy.
1986), The Amish Wedding and Other Special Occasions of the Old Order Communities (1988), Living Without Electricity (1990), Amish Houses and Barns (1992), and An Introduction to Old Order and Conservative Mennonite Groups (1996), as well as numerous entries in reference books and articles in periodicals.
I think the Republican establishment believes it's OK to say and do virtually anything to stop a genuine insurgency from winning because they are very afraid of losing control of the old order.
His acrylic paintings capture the simplicity and beauty of the Old Order community and the land they live on.
One year and a half passed after the revolution of April 7, but the threat of restoration of the old order becomes real.
applied to the DMR for the conversion of the old order mining rights
This interesting study concerns itself with the upheavals following the collapse of the Old Order in November 1918: the social and political unrest that swept Europe (and to some degree, Britain), in particular the threat of radical revolution or Bolshevism exported by the new Soviet dictatorship in Russia.
US investigators studied the DNA of more than 800 members of the Old Order Amish community, who are genetically similar and whose ancestry is easily traced.
Among his perspectives are the labor problem and the crisis of the old order, communities of reformers, and class wars and the crisis of progressivism.
In "The Journey," the first story of The Old Order sequence, Porter traces in detail the history of Nannie and Sophia Jane's friendship.
Today a mecca for cultural tourism, in the late eighteenth century the Bastille witnessed the beginning of the overthrow of the old order and the ascendancy of the bourgeois citizen.