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An application development system for enterprise client/server environments from Dynasty Technologies, Inc., Houston, TX (www.dynasty.com). Introduced in 1993, it is a repository-driven system that supports Windows, Mac and Motif clients and NT, OS/2 and major Unix servers and databases. It provides partitioning for creating three-tier applications. DYNASTY generates C and SQL code.
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Dynasty

 

in monarchical states, several monarchs of the same lineage (family) who succeed each other on the throne by right of inheritance (for example, the Romanovs in Russia, the Hapsburgs in Austria-Hungary, and the Valois and Bourbons in France).

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Within a decade of its inception, the grand ducal portrait and its iconography were firmly established, allowing later Medici images dependent upon this dynastically loaded formula to draw from its authority and meaning while communicating their own messages of power.
Implicit in the foregoing discussion is the thesis that the northern resistance to the Canmores was essentially dynastically driven; that is to say, MacHeths and MacWilliams were excluded from competing for the kingship, succession to which had traditionally operated through an alternating system, by the descendants of Malcolm III and Margaret as they organized themselves into a lineage which monopolized the royal office.
Like her French prototype, Elizabeth would presumably have remained close to her brother, who nevertheless would sooner or later have ordered her into some politically or dynastically advantageous marriage - advantageous for him, that is.
Lien, too, rewrites the experience of the Tran period but in order to mock it and write it off as worthless and even dangerous.(14) Lien might agree with me and, also ironically, with the Chinese sources I take into account that Tran Vietnam, dynastically speaking, could not hang together.
I proceed in my essay to highlight a thousand years of Polish/Jewish coexistence in Poland (ante 963 C.E.-1385), the united (dynastically) dual kingdom of Poland-Lithuania (1386-1569), the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (1569-1794), Partitioned Poland (1795-1918), during the Polish-Soviet War of 1919-1920, and in interwar Poland (1920-1939).
Its 50-member Parliament is directly elected, and officials are free to criticize the dynastically appointed emir and his ruling family.
It is difficult to see the Queen Mother in terms of a particular individual in the succession debate; she appears more of a composite character, dynastically important only through her relations with the male characters--as wife to Philip II, lover of Eleazar and Mendoza, and mother of Fernando and Philip (and Isabella).
In the midst of this plethora of dynastically demarcated chapters, two bodies of work should be singled out as having particular importance.
Nine of the 50 members of Parliament, who were elected to office but serve under the dynastically appointed prime minster and the ruling emir, are now under investigation for embezzlement and corruption charges.
In rewriting Ariosto and Tasso (as well as Homer and Vergil), Spenser conflates the traditionally epic themes of honor and glory with romantic ones, so that glorious or dynastically fruitful love becomes the goal of this true "epic romance." Though these features have long been recognized (as the author acknowledges), they are illuminated by their placement in the context that he provides.