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- adj. Alternative form of monarchical.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Monarchic.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as monarchical.
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Jefferson decried the practice as "monarchial" - too much like the British "Speech from the
Much of the rest of the GCC has started to see that second-generation of monarchial leadership emerge in the last two decades see UAE, Qatar as examples but it is something that is a pandora's box for Saudi.
As we all know, the United States was founded on principles that distinguished itself from the monarchial systems of Europe.
Great Britain and other monarchial nations were riven with wars and intrigues over succession whenever a new king died.
In fuedal monarchial society, providing goods to landlords was a higher prority than the profits of those who sold the goods.
I suspect freeman actually believed that having absolute monarchial control over all aspects of reality, Obama should have waved his pinky upon being sworn into office and magically transformed America into everything that it should be.
You could have monarchial communism, Democratic Communism, Oligarchic communism.
An Australian British monarchial tabloidalist and a Saudi prince.
Mr. Krauze thinks that he hung onto "a nostalgia for the 'living, social and spiritual order' of Catholic and monarchial New Spain."
LOL, you dont understand that federalism is monarchial?