viceregal


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viceregal

1. of or relating to a viceroy or his viceroyalty
2. Chiefly Austral and NZ of or relating to a governor or governor general
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At one stage in the novel, for example, Sor Juana finds consolation in Plato's Symposium, a text condemned by Catholic authorities but given to her in secret by her first powerful ally at the Viceregal court in New Spain, Dona Leonor Carreto.
Some of the viceroy's critics complained to the crown about the viceregal matchmaking.
In an explicit recognition of this problem, viceregal authorities sanctioned in 1782, originally as an interim measure, the appointment of escribanos habilitados, so-called deputy scribes who did not have to undergo the formal training and certification process required of escribanos reales.
In the only viceregal portrait dated to 1789, Pedro Diaz (a.
However, since its inception Pakistan has endured the viceregal system of governance-where executive has always been the most powerful.
Equated with the autocratic Tsar of Russia, he operated from the exalted confines of viceregal palace, rarely exposed to the people.
We started the morning with trip to Lord Dufferin's outlandish Viceregal Lodge, designed by British architect Henry Irwin in the Jacobethan style.
Among their topics are animal trials, humiliation rituals, and the sensuous suffering of criminal offenders in late medieval and early modern Europe; compassionate suffering: somatic selfhood and gendered affect in Italian lamentation imagery; an Andean stoning: Francis as Alter Christus in viceregal Santiago; hagiographical misery and the liminal witnesses: Novohispanic Franciscan martyr portraits and the politics of imperial expansion; and love hurts: depictions of Christ wounded in love in colonial Mexican convents.
We started the morning with a trip to Lord Dufferin's outlandish Viceregal Lodge, designed by British architect Henry Irwin in the Jacobethan style.
Jenny at the Taj Mahal The views from the Shivalik Express are impressive Lord Dufferin's Viceregal Lodge in Shimla The stunning view over Shimla
These are not the first exhibitions at the Met, or the United States, to feature Mexican art of the viceregal period (1521-1821), when what we today know as Mexico formed part of the Viceroyalty of New Spain, one of the American possessions of the Crown of Castile.
In the first nine years, the viceregal system allowed only a quasi-parliamentary arrangement the essentials of which were ensured to continue in the 1956 constitution because the last governor general, Iskander Mirza, had to become the first president after the promulgation of the constitution.