Noun(1) a hereditary ruler
(1) In Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, or Oman, the nation-state evolves in a political environment shaped by the dynast , his family, and their effective concentration of power.(2) But Napoleon was above all a dynast and conqueror: what he required from subject territories was men and money.(3) Difficult though the marriage proved to be, it enabled William to play the dynast and laid the foundation for his intervention in England's affairs in November 1688.(4) The reluctant revolutionary, who emerged as the dominant figure in Milan, warned against trusting Charles Albert, the conservative, expansionist dynast .(5) He was a dynast in a world system dominated by nation-states, and his appeal to democratic principles was, for that reason, tactical and politically opportunistic.(6) Young dynasts returning from universities abroad to bite the electoral bullet, help make this undoubtedly the most yuppy election we have had so far.(7) How much control, and what sort of control, was exercised by dynasts over the coinage of polities under their sway?(8) The new France, it declared, would only fight to preserve its national territory from attack and not to honour the private compacts of dynasts .(9) The two dynasts also privately share a feeling of having had their intelligence underestimated.(10) From Bactria Alexander moved into India at the invitation of the local dynasts of the Kabul valley and Punjab.(11) For one thing the elective crown was always an attraction to ambitious dynasts , and for another a collapse would upset the political balance in central Europe.(12) H. von Hesburg examines the implications of the appearance of early Hellenistic dynasts on the stage.(13) The dynasts of Copan traced the legitimacy of their line to the great capitals of the central Mexican plateau.(14) It has been secured, not by the ordinances of charismatic dynasts or Bonapartist generals, but through the continual interplay between State hegemony and critical resistance.(15) The book centres on the rise of power of the Connacht dynasts , their constant warring among themselves and their decline brought about by endless conflict with their Kinsmen and invading Normans.(16) These aristocratic struggles were possible because, for many thousands of Italians, service in the army of one or other of the military dynasts was very greatly more profitable than agrarian pursuits.
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