interregnum


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interregnum

1. an interval between two reigns, governments, incumbencies, etc.
2. any period in which a state lacks a ruler, government, etc.
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BEIRUT: Lebanon continues to be threatened by the presidential interregnum, ongoing battles in Qalamoun, and the continuous influx of refugees, the Kataeb Party said Monday.
Summary: Parliament failed to elect a president for a 23rd consecutive time Wednesday, with Speaker Nabih Berri scheduling a new session for June 3 as the presidential interregnum enters its second year.
But at the same time there is no alternative for the Cabinet, particularly amid the presidential interregnum.
They are not sequestered during the interregnum, and thus will stay in various Roman hotels and residences.
But the overall emphasis in explaining prodigies changed: the Interregnum saw the culmination of a century and more of excitement about the Last Days, and the ignominious failure of all the hopes embodied in the Interregnum generally discredited apocalyptic interpretations of signs and wonders.
For investors and operators in the corporate advisory field, speakers such as Ken Olisa of technology merchant bank, Interregnum, and ICAEW Chairman Chris Ward, may be of particular interest.
top-price Reading when they visited the Stadium of Light during the interregnum, and they have obviously seen enough then and since to decide Coppell's team are worth taking on.
The Restoration was, after all, self-defined as no new thing under the sun, but an attempt to wipe away the years of Interregnum, to enact "Oblivion.
How else can one respond to a statement made in the interest of examining the role of history in the legitimacy of royalty's constitutional position in the first place, to the effect that "with respect to" that history "the most significant aspect of the Interregnum was the failure to achieve a [enduring?
A single work from that interregnum is shown, a de Kooning - like Marilyn Monroe, of 1967; it is Pop in content but Abstract Expressionist in style, as if Warhol were interested in a rapprochement.
The third chapter, "Melancholy Meditations," covers the 1969-72 interregnum of nostalgia, melancholy, and "irresolution," as Sontag celebrates the ambivalent, intellectual, nonspecialist outsider.
Even if the period between the filing of the original and amended returns is only 39 days (the longest such interregnum sanctioned by Announcement 90-144A), the responsibility is not one the taxpayer can lightly shirk.