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  • noun Plural form of autonomy.

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Examples

  • All 36 peoples to have equal rights and regional autonomies, that is, a democratic decentralization of power.

    CounterPunch

  • All 36 peoples to have equal rights and regional autonomies, that is, a democratic decentralization of power.

    CounterPunch

  • There are also the issues of so-called 'autonomies' and 'autocephalies' that are not recognized by the Church Universal, and for which solutions must be found in order allow for full participation on every level in the processes of the Assembly of Bishops.

    ORTHODIXIE ... Southern, Orthodox, Convert, Etc.

  • The majority are charter schools whose autonomies include the ability to set a schedule they think will work best for their mission, not one imposed upon them by tradition or contract limitations.

    Chris Gabrieli: A National Call for More Learning Time in Schools

  • To the nationalist writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, they were “a form of direct capitulation by the center before the autonomies and a violation of the rights of the remaining oblasts of russia.”

    The Return

  • To the nationalist writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, they were “a form of direct capitulation by the center before the autonomies and a violation of the rights of the remaining oblasts of russia.”

    The Return

  • On the one hand are compelling arguments about autonomy, on the other, compelling arguments about competing autonomies, and the sanctity of life.

    David Katz, M.D.: Abortion, on Middle Ground

  • The majority are charter schools whose autonomies include the ability to set a schedule they think will work best for their mission, not one imposed upon them by tradition or contract limitations.

    Chris Gabrieli: A National Call for More Learning Time in Schools

  • On the one hand are compelling arguments about autonomy, on the other, compelling arguments about competing autonomies, and the sanctity of life.

    David Katz, M.D.: Abortion, on Middle Ground

  • To the nationalist writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, they were “a form of direct capitulation by the center before the autonomies and a violation of the rights of the remaining oblasts of russia.”

    The Return

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