But when God's help arrives and man is returned to his normal state of comfort, he then reverts to his old ways: of ascribing partners to God (Q 6:64, 29:65), acting tyrannically
upon the earth (Q 10:23), and being ungrateful for all that God has done (Q 17:67).
The geographic chart of the protests reflect the outrage of all Iranians regardless of their religious and ethnic backgrounds, as they are all treated unjustly and tyrannically
by the country's dictatorial leaders.
The event created a wave of anti-government protests across the Middle East which resulted in the overthrow of despotic rulers, who had ruled tyrannically
Here is the second long passage set in a poetry workshop tyrannically
directed by one Julio Cesar Alamo.
Nearly a century later, in his Libro de buen amor's own moralization of the seven deadly sins, Juan Ruiz recounts a recasting of an oriental fable of a hubristic lion who, while young, tyrannically
wields power in the jungle.
'He has indulged in favoritism and tyrannically
abused his power,' the complainants said.
(Some of these--a balanced-budget requirement, de jure independence for the central bank--did make it in.) She then segues to aspects of the eventual constitution that cemented Pinochet's power and tyrannically
restricted political participation, without giving proof that Buchanan suggested any of them.
These statements are expressed while an overwhelming majority of the people of Iran expressed their [views] by voting, and at the same time the White House is supporting the countries that are being governed wholly tyrannically
[with the aim] of plundering the oil revenues of the region."
For their part, Georgia settlers often accused Trust officials of acting tyrannically
. An early example can be seen in the case of Elizabeth Bland, who changed her mind about settling in Georgia after arriving.
Historically leadership has been about amassing power in order to operate paternalistically at best and tyrannically
Still, the Constitution restricted the states in important ways that did help, though imperfectly, to restrain the majority from acting tyrannically
. By dividing power between the states and the federal government, the Constitution created a "compound republic" in which power "is first divided between two distinct governments"--state and federal--"and then the portion allotted to each subdivided among distinct and separate departments." This would give "a double security...
The ancient, sovereign alethurgy of the gods (oracular consultation) meets the emergent, testimonial alethurgy of the servants (interrogation) between which the King's veridiction is tyrannically
blind to the sumbolon of his patricide and his birth (GoL, 34-40):