In the old Civil Code system, usurpation
was of two kinds: usurpation
of 30 years, governed by art.
In similar statements to the agency, Hamti Rabbani, a former "justice minister" of polisario, said this usurpation
resulted in popular uprising in the Tindouf camps (southwestern Algeria) in 1988, which led to a wave of resignations of high-level leaders of the separatists.
What was once termed "the drama of atheism" has now aggressively transformed into the drama of usurpation
, as we witness the sundry results of the absence of a cultu re of shame, and of its corollary, sin.
The Judicial Usurpation
of Politics," this collection of articles by traditionalist stalwarts such as Hadley Arkes and Robert Bork questioned the very legitimacy of the American government.
The judicial and bureaucratic usurpation
of politic on the life issues of abortion and euthanasia, and in the definition of marriage, is taking place on both the national and international places, often in response to activist non-governmental organisations which cannot achieve their goals through legislation.
Generally speaking, classic European gothics, such as Walpole's Castle of Otranto or Radcliffe's Mysteries of Udolpho--not to mention such later American gothic-influenced texts as Hawthorne's The House of the Seven Gables and the short fiction of Poe--contain a past event involving an unrightful and violent usurpation
which constrains the actions of succeeding generations.
In We the People, Michael Perry addresses the question of the judicial usurpation
of the political process.
Humbert denounced lay investiture, Tierney explains, as a usurpation
of sacramental functions by an (unqualified) lay ruler; he was moving conceptually in the direction of demanding a kind of institutionalized differentiation between the spiritual and the temporal (earthly) realms.
How properly to carry this enormous weight of responsibility without arrogance, usurpation
or exploitation is perhaps the biggest and most fundamental issue facing the press in the Caribbean today.
But Scottish history professor, Ted Cowan, of Glasgow University, said Paxo's tale was, "an example of cultural usurpation
The theological justification was that suicide was a rejection of God's gift and a usurpation
of a decision that rightfully belonged to him.
which provides the electronic database NEXIS), and University Microfilms International for reproducing "the free-lance authors' work in an electronic and infringing form without either obtaining the authors' consent to the reproduction or compensating them for usurpation