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Republic

A polity governed by elected officials. In a republic, the citizens elect representatives who vote on issues of governance. Often, republics are called democracies, in which citizens themselves vote on issues of governance, but the two terms are not identical.
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The access and exposure that the special designation provides will open new doors for Republica within corporate America," added Casamayor.
Um processo de escolhas do que lembrar e do que esquecer que e obra politica articulada desde os anos 1920, mas que permanece tendo vigencia na historiografia e no ensino de historia sobre a Primeira Republica.
Republica began as a club night for the people and six years later it's still packing them in.
Saffron, who was born in Nigeria, grew up in London and began her singing career with N-Joi, S'Express and St Etienne, before forming Republica in 1993.
Trelles, "El progreso y el retroceso de la republica de Cuba," Revista Bimestre Cubana 18 (September-October 1923): 352.
The campaign's main message is that becoming a naturalized citizen matters -- today and in the future -- and will positively impact you, your family, your community, and ultimately, our country," said Luis Casamayor, Republica co-founder, president and chief creative officer.
Aero Republica passenger traffic (RPM) for July 2010 increased 14.
Aero Republica recorded a December 2009 load factor of 74.
According to La Republica, Fujimori removed the cash from secret government accounts.
He collected all of the dissertations on the constitution of the Holy Roman Empire that he had supervised, arranged them in the chronological order in which they had been written, and published them in a single volume entitled Exercitationes academicae de republica imperii Germanici.
Republica at Bakers did just that, by putting more than eight tons of sand into the Broad Street venue, as well as a whole host of other attractions.
Under the rescue plan as detailed in the Lima newspaper La Republica, commandos from Peru and the United States would need seven minutes to overcome the heavily armed Tupac Amaru guerrillas, who seized the residence during a reception Dec.