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Sentence count:217+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-22Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: libertyself-directionself-relianceself-sufficiencySimilar words: economyautoeconomiceconomicseconomistastronomerput onautomaticMeaning: [-mɪ]  n. 1. immunity from arbitrary exercise of authority: political independence 2. personal independence. 
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1 Demonstrators demanded immediate autonomy for their region.
2 Branch managers have full autonomy in their own areas.
3 The subsidiary companies will now have more autonomy.
4 If we decentralize, the provinces will have more autonomy.
5 Activists stepped up their demands for local autonomy last month.
6 Teachers are given considerable individual autonomy.
7 They demand self - autonomy for the Palestinians.
8 Schools have gained greater autonomy from government control.
9 She sets a high value on autonomy.
10 Head office is giving the regional offices more autonomy.
11 The six fractious republics are demanding autonomy.
12 The universities are anxious to preserve their autonomy from central government.
13 Each of the area managers enjoys considerable autonomy in the running of his own area.
14 Britain knows it has to preserve Hong Kong's autonomy.
15 Beyond this, however,( teachers were given considerable autonomy.
16 Affective autonomy arises out of mutual respect relationships.
17 Personality implies cooperation and personal autonomy.
18 Still others seek autonomy but do not seek creativity.
19 The Basques' progress towards autonomy was sluggish.
20 Foster indicates how commitment to relative autonomy of the political, ideological and economic generates accounts which look very like traditional functionalism.
21 When we deny autonomy to our 10-year-old, are we too guilty of bad faith?
22 Nevertheless, the modern law of contracts tenaciously clings to the liberal ideal of individual autonomy.
23 In both theories, however, the guiding vision and uniting theme remains a fidelity to the liberal ideal of individual autonomy.
24 He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 for his nonviolent campaigns for greater autonomy in his homeland.
25 Dare we trust such people ever again with the professional autonomy which they once enjoyed?
26 They included clauses to devolve power by increasing the autonomy and economic power of local councils.
27 It seems to me that there is a sort of dialectic we need to preserve when thinking about autonomy.
28 In the end, the building is a home as well as a set of systems for achieving autonomy.
29 To undertake such intervention, governments needed a degree of independence or autonomy from any particular branch or fraction of capital.
30 Barzani stated that negotiations were continuing with the government for Kurdish autonomy.
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