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- n. a position in which one rules or has sovereignty over others.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office or power of a ruler.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position of ruler
Aureckoning or âGoldyearsâ (AR) was the calendar adopted by the Aurum Alliance long after the giants inherited rulership from the dragons after the Age of War ended.
The separation of economics from rulership is a modern one and not all that common in many of these countries where corruption is most common.
For the secret of rulership is to combine a belief in ones own infallibility with the Power to learn from past mistakes.
For the secret of rulership is to combine a belief in one’s own infallibility with the power to learn from past mistakes .
Thus the world is now a Witness to the fate Rev. Moonhas fallen to as being "cut asunder" instead of the destiny he was to have risen to as being given "rulership" over "all things" written of in Luke and Matthew.
I want there to be a new kind of rulership in Hest, where no one person has power over all the others.
It is an immersive fantasy, to use the Mendlesohn typology, about Yeine, a young woman who discovers that she is a potential heir to the rulership of the entire world, and who has to grapple with palace politics and living deities to survive.
There was also the awakening movement, which is emerging as a leadership challenge to the Shiite rulership … something both the Shiites and Sunnis recognize.
In fact I can think of at least one culture which existed with remarkably loose and libertarian forms of social organization: The Republic of Iceland, from the Norse settlements (8th-9th century) until the rulership by Norway at the end of the 12th century.
How has he managed in so long a time not to be crushed by the weight of rulership?
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