- n. Plural form of dynasty.
“Europe, being the home of kings and queens and dynasties, is flush with them.”
“The era of Republican and Democratic dynasties is over with for the next few years at least.”
“July 25th, 2006 at 2: 08 pm james risser says: as bill clinton pimps joe lieberman, and hillary clinton suports the war, let the face of dick morris, and his crulety, remind all that the difference between the clinton and the bush dynasties is closer than one would expect ….”
“Campaign finance reform, redistricting reform, and tunring out multi generational family dynasties is where its at.”
“Who is this 'legendary warrior named Chang who was called upon to settle political disputes in Chinese dynasties of yore'?”
“The first of these dynasties is that of Kaiomors, as Sir W. Jones observes, the dark and fabulous period; the second, that of the Kaianian, the heroic and poetical, in which the earned have discovered some curious, and imagined some fanciful, analogies with the Jewish, the Greek, and the Roman accounts of the eastern world.”
“Regarding the so-called "dynasties" - POSSIBLY AN OFFENSIVE ANALOGY / MISNOMER written by Augustus, December 16, 2008”
“Regarding the so-called "dynasties" - POSSIBLY AN OFFENSIVE ANALOGY / MISNOMER”
“I don't like the idea of dynasties or that the first woman president will have gotten there by an opening through marriage, even though marriage was only an entry way.”
“Marcellinus has so servilely copied (xxiii. 6) his ancient materials, which are indeed very good, that he describes the family of the Arsacides as still seated on the Persian throne in the middle of the fourth century.] † The Persian History, if the poetry of the Shah Nameh, the Book of Kings, may deserve that name mentions four dynasties from the earliest ages to the invasion of the Saracens.”
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