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The tutelary network regarded the Presidency as a position/status that must be held by one of their own, so they built their strategies to that end.
Recruitment services are necessary for the selection of administrators at the company S business owned or majority state, which is under the Ministry of Finance S Public as tutelary authority, as follows: Export- Import Bank Eximbank Romania S.
Students of the public sphere and tutelary print will find much to chew on.
The Tunisian Revolution has freed the national press of tutelary barriers and enslavement, paving the way for freedom of opinion and expression and providing it with new opportunities to excel," he added.
Ruling over them would be "an immense and tutelary power, which takes upon itself alone to secure their gratifications and to watch over their fate.
This method aligns Arac with the critic whom he invokes as the collection's tutelary spirit: Walter Benjamin.
304-39) that concentration of power is the prerequisite of tutelary, egalitarian government.
If that wasn't enough, comedian Adel Imam, tutelary deity of the Egyptian belly-laugh, was recently sentenced to three months in jail for "defaming Islam" in his portrayals of Muslim characters.
When the foundation of an entire province is lain, and when every province has passed through the Military Unification Period, we will reach the Tutelary Period in which people will familiarize themselves with the four rights of election, referendum, legislation, and recall.
Likewise, the renewed turmoil in Egypt's major cities reflects popular indignation at the army's hijacking of the revolution, and at the humiliating tutelary "transition" overseen by Egypt's Military Council under Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi.
Another is the emergence of populist politicians like Elizabeth Warren, who subjugate individual achievement to the collectivist agenda of the tutelary state.
It is believed that the lost blood is an offering to goddess Chamundeshwari, the fierce form of Shakti (the strength), a tutelary deity admired by Mysore Kings for centuries.