- Greek autarkhos, self-governing, autarch; see autarchy1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
““You posed as a trade minister?” the autarch asked.”
““We may have to retest your level,” the autarch said.”
““So your report is ready, Alizome?” the autarch asked, the deep ringing of his voice almost hypnotic.”
““Rather,” said the autarch, “it is the Federation who should now fear us.””
“Despite approval by both the Tzelnira and the autarch, if the treaty agreement failed to provide for the best interests of the Coalition, Alizome would answer for it.”
““And that is where I turn to you, Alizome,” said the autarch.”
“Though she had been provided guidance by the autarch and his advisors, the responsibility for negotiating the details of the Typhon Pact had fallen to her.”
““We are not discussing the provisions of the Typhon Pact,” said the autarch, “but its members.””
“And since she had been elevated to the position of Tor, special agent to the autarch, she had failed none at all.”
“The intellect and personality of the autarch suggested possibilities.”
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