autarchy

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autarchy

1. unlimited rule; autocracy
2. self-government; self-rule

autarchy

  1. absolute sovereignty or despotic rule.
  2. see AUTARKY.
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The population for the research consists of middle managers of 58 units and entities of the executive, autarchic and foundational administration of the Executive Branch of Minas Gerais, who take part in the performance evaluation practice.
producing autarchic staple foods and Italian bodies, they constituted a
These ideas are represented by "an utter unscrupulous and amoral artist-god who frees (lost) himself from the dire pressure of fullness and over-fullness" and who "wishes to become conscious of his autarchic power and constant delight and desire, whether he is building or destroying whether acting benignly or malevolently" (90) in order to become an extension of the eternal change through the affirmation of Dionysian suffering and pessimism.
The central bank had been declared an autarchic institution ruled by its CBA in 1992.
Between the end of the 1920s and the beginning of the 1930s, however, the Futurists changed their point of view not only on jazz, but in general on foreign culture: they partly adhered to Mussolini's proclamations, inspired by his autarchic and nationalistic views.
While in the UK Thatcher was introducing the first privatisation programme, in Spain we were still waking up from forty years of fascist dictatorship, based on autarchic principles.
Confession is typically erratic; its parts tend to be self-sufficient, and almost autarchic.
Autarchic development has therefore become anachronistic at the present stage of development of the global economy, possible only for restricted geographical areas, with very small, isolated states.
The most notable exceptions were Germany and Italy, which strongly advocated self-sufficient, autarchic economic policies.
Before he ever picks up a weapon, his passionate speech--which taps into the same cultural resources as Tamburlaine's promise, "Those walled garrisons wil I subdue, / And write my selfe great Lord of Africa"--establishes his autarchic selfhood.
In very general terms, transition to democracy has been a complex and multi-faceted factual reality including the dissolution of authoritarian regimes and their replacement with legitimate political powers, the replacement of autarchic and planned economies by free market and trade, the shift from state control over society to civil societies, freedom of expression and public opinion, etc.
On the basis of the JPOA and flanking measures, were the powers to provide Iran access to the global nuclear market, Iran would not need a loss-making autarchic nuclear fuel cycle industry.