Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Same as oligarchic.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Oligarchic.

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  • adjective oligarchic

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  • We pick them both as a symbol of everything that was commonplace throughout the investment banking industry, but also as a unique case of kind of oligarchal ph influence.

    'Griftopia': The Financial Crisis Easily Explained

  • We pick them both as a symbol of everything that was commonplace throughout the investment banking industry, but also as a unique case of kind of oligarchal ph influence.

    'Griftopia': The Financial Crisis Easily Explained

  • We pick them both as a symbol of everything that was commonplace throughout the investment banking industry, but also as a unique case of kind of oligarchal ph influence.

    'Griftopia': The Financial Crisis Easily Explained

  • We pick them both as a symbol of everything that was commonplace throughout the investment banking industry, but also as a unique case of kind of oligarchal ph influence.

    'Griftopia': The Financial Crisis Easily Explained

  • We pick them both as a symbol of everything that was commonplace throughout the investment banking industry, but also as a unique case of kind of oligarchal ph influence.

    'Griftopia': The Financial Crisis Easily Explained

  • We pick them both as a symbol of everything that was commonplace throughout the investment banking industry, but also as a unique case of kind of oligarchal ph influence.

    'Griftopia': The Financial Crisis Easily Explained

  • We pick them both as a symbol of everything that was commonplace throughout the investment banking industry, but also as a unique case of kind of oligarchal ph influence.

    'Griftopia': The Financial Crisis Easily Explained

  • Conventionally, the principles of politeness are seen as varying between culture, but we might wonder if what varies is not so much the principles of politeness themselves but rather the degree to which these complementary principles of privilege and power are allowed to override them, the degree to which these are legitimised by social structures (e.g. hierarchies of class, caste and face) and systems (e.g. patriarchal and oligarchal empowerment).

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Narrative's Function (2)

  • Conventionally, the principles of politeness are seen as varying between culture, but we might wonder if what varies is not so much the principles of politeness themselves but rather the degree to which these complementary principles of privilege and power are allowed to override them, the degree to which these are legitimised by social structures (e.g. hierarchies of class, caste and face) and systems (e.g. patriarchal and oligarchal empowerment).

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • And I asked him twice because I got a very round-about answer to that which -- you know, it's hard to decipher what exactly he said because it's all very oligarchal (ph).

    CNN Transcript Jun 15, 2009

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