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1. And it is precisely this desire to be self-governing, you might say to rule directly, to have a direct part in political rule, that Hobbes saw as one of the great root causes of civil war.
2. To fulfill that task, the new self-governing nation had to create a broad system of free public education.
3. St Mary's Hospital in Paddington became a self-governing trust this week.
4. In 1959, Singapore became a self-governing crown colony with Lee Kuan Yew from the People"s Action Party (PAP) as the first Prime Minister of Singapore following the 1959 elections.
5. Used to refer to a self-governing, autonomous political unit voluntarily associated with the United States, namely, Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands.
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6. 1918 - Iceland becomes a self-governing kingdom, yet remains united with Denmark.
7. Self-governing Law is the general regulations that regulate the governing affairs in the autonomous regions.
8. For the ancients, liberty meant living in a self-governing republic, living in a republic in which everyone again took some share in the ruling offices.
9. Puerto Rico, though it calls itself a Commonwealth, is really a self-governing American colony.
10. As the population grew and new areas were explored[sentencedict.com], another five largely self-governing Crown Colonies were successively established over the course of the 19th century.
11. In 1997, he initiated federal legislation to override another self-governing territory, killing off a Northern Territory law allowing voluntary euthanasia .
12. However, one consequence of continuous integration and test-driven development practices is that they actually enable a well-disciplined and almost self-governing approach for SCM.
13. Many settlements there have evolved since Canberra legislated 31 years ago to give aborigines rights to their traditional land in the NT (a self-governing federal territory).
14. The local hospital was one of the first to apply to become self-governing.
15. The gold rushes (1851-1892) brought more people to Australia, and in 1901 the six self-governing wer united in one dominion-the independent Commonwealth of Australia.
16. The universal state will never allow for or does not allow for the kind of self-perfection that a small, self-governing polis will have.
17. In doing so the Bush administration undermined the central premise of a self-governing society: it is the citizens who must evaluate the judgments, policies, and programs of their representatives.
18. Professor Nau said the President was arguing both at home and abroad for people who yearn to be self-governing.
19. The gold rushes (1851-1892) brought more people to Australia, and in 1901 the six self-governing was united in one dominion-the independent Commonwealth of Australia.
20. The gold rushes (1851-1892) brought more people to Australia, and in 1901 the six self-governing were united in one dominion-the independent Commonwealth of Australia.
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