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“What came to be known as the Investiture Controversy demonstrated the Papacy's power to kings throughout Europe and, for centuries, sovereign monarchs cowed before the Pope and the Church.”
“This is an echo of the "Investiture" controversy (Luchaire, _Manuel_, pp. 509, 510).]”
“The Investiture was used by both Lloyd George and George Thomas to further their own political ends.”
“But I know what Cledwyn Hughes's opinion was when he was thus moved to be the Secretary of State for Agriculture, conveniently making room for the venomous George Thomas to be Welsh Secretary on the threshold of the Investiture.”
“As a rule, announcement of Hilal-e-Shujaat happens on August 14 and the Investiture on March 23 each year.”
“A special Investiture ceremony will now be held soon to confer the award on Afzal Khan without waiting for March 23.”
“Wait, didn't you so proudly tell us that you were planning to spend Investiture Day at some sort of protest?”
“After all, we are on the eve of the Great Investiture, when the oceans will begin to recede, the universe will again respect the US and all will be right with the world.”
“He won the throne by right of arms, and in the Investiture cermemony, "poisoned" the old prince and knocked him off.”
“Meantime, I have to finish packing for another short SCA trip: Investiture of the new Prince and Princess of Avacal.”
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