- n. an island in the Gulf of Guinea that is part of Sao Tome and Principe
“Instead of being announced as the Pilot First, it is Trinder Pelligrini, the son of the current Principe, that is given the honour even though he does not possess the ability.”
“During the period under review we established relations with the MSLTP of Sao Tomé and Principe, which is a member of the SI and has a majority in parliament but lost the presidential elections.”
“Their first album, Celeste, also known as Principe di un giorno, was released by the small Grog label only in 1976, but the tracks had been composed in 1973 and recorded in 1974.”
“He recognized that to be strong a state must have its standing army, and he upholds this not only in the "Principe" and the "Discorsi" but in his various military writings.”
“To understand the "Principe" right it must be borne in mind that the work is not a treatise on foreign politics.”
“So that the "Principe" is a political tract with a definite aim and intended for a particular locality.”
“It is worth noting that the "Principe" with its glorification of absolutism is totally opposed to its author's ideas of democracy, which led to his ruin.”
“But how could the German language, even in the prose of Lessing, imitate the TEMPO of Machiavelli, who in his "Principe" makes us breathe the dry, fine air of”
“ Charles V., in particular, testified his respect for Machiavelli, by having the "Principe" translated for his own use.”
“This dubious fame he has won by his book the "Principe", and the theories therein exploited were further elaborated in his "Discorsi sopra”
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