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  • s  ruled by or having the supreme power resting with a monarch
    monarchical systems

  • Directly south of Iran across the Persian Gulf is Saudi Arabia, whose traditional monarchic system remains intact but which is nevertheless highly vulnerable: only 8 million people .
  • In the book, Theologian Leonardo Boff attacks the "monarchic and pyramidic" structure of the Catholic Church, which, he says, inevitably aligns the church with the rich.
  • Last week monarchic malaise infected Africa's newest nation, three-month-old Lesotho (formerly Basutoland), a country of 900,000 that is completely surrounded by South Africa.

  • Segolene Royal in Reuters UK
    We must end this monarchic drift which consists in believing that a head of state can spend public money without control or limit,Royal said, adding the president's budget had risen by almost 800 percent between 1995 and 2006.
  • Chris Weitz in USA Today
    I disagreed with the decision,Weitz says. "Non-so had a deep, younger voice, and I was very sad to lose someone whose performance I highly valued. But it's no slight against Sir Ian, who brings a more monarchic quality."
  • Arnaldo Otegi in BBC News
    Otegi told a news conference that the King was "chief of the Spanish army, that's to say, the person responsible for the torturers, who favour torture and impose his monarchic regime on our people through torture and violence".

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