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monarch

1. a sovereign head of state, esp a king, queen, or emperor, who rules usually by hereditary right
2. a large migratory butterfly, Danaus plexippus, that has orange-and-black wings and feeds on the milkweed plant: family Danaidae

Monarch

A data capture program from Datawatch Corporation, Chelmsford, MA, (www.datawatch.com), that is used to transfer data from mainframe and minicomputer reports to the PC. It uses report files that contain data ready to print. Users identify the data directly from the report format on screen, and the program copies the data into the fields of various database or spreadsheet formats for the PC.
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Evans' article offers a somewhat more sophisticated pitch for cherishing monarchal symbolism than my grade seven textbook.
Traditional chiefs should now start to be government appointees as opposed to their monarchal system (can be removed if he failed to cooperate)
The monarchal systems in Jordan, Morocco and the Arabian Peninsula derive their legitimacy primarily from this second source.
Both Cheek by Jowl's Cymbeline and Red Bull's Edward H strained interestingly against the monarchal monumentality that the RSC Lear and Wooster Group Hamlet embraced.
She persuasively argues that, far from simply bolstering monarchal power, these comparisons were deployed across the political spectrum by Royalists, republicans, and radicals in their attempts to shape old and new models of national government and local community.
349, 352 (1974) (observing that even "a monarchal, everlasting fourth amendment enforcer" would have trouble devising "a single, comprehensive fourth amendment theory"); George C.
(31) The case launched the Glorious Revolution, established the jury as a "'bulwark of liberty'" against monarchal abuse, and prompted a slew of popular treatises lauding the jury.
Panel 4 eradicates all the textual "mischiefs"--the sex and violence--the wantonness, the rakish "wickedness," and the "lewd embraces" (17) that have earned the islanders the monarchal wrath of William Pines (17).
Typically the members of the Loya Jirga were selected solely by the monarchal government rather than freely elected.
The classic seventeenth-century patriarchalism that linked monarchal and paternal creative power would not endure.