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  • 1 bring under subjection — index discipline (control) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Under — Un der, adv. In a lower, subject, or subordinate condition; in subjection; used chiefly in a few idiomatic phrases; as, to bring under, to reduce to subjection; to subdue; to keep under, to keep in subjection; to control; to go under, to be… …

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  • 3 subjection — subject ► NOUN 1) a person or thing that is being discussed, studied, or dealt with. 2) a branch of knowledge studied or taught. 3) Grammar the word or words in a sentence that name who or what performs the action of the verb. 4) a member of a… …

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  • 4 subjection — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Position under the power of another Nouns 1. subjection; dependence, dependency; subordination; thrall, thraldom, enthralment, subjugation, oppression, bondage, serfdom; feudalism, vassalage, villeinage; …

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  • 5 Yavana Kingdom — This article is about the kingdom of Yavana in Indian epic literature. For the historical kingdoms, see Greco Bactrian Kingdom and Indo Greek Kingdom. Yavana or Yona is grouped under western countries along with Sindhu, Madra, Kekeya, Gandhara… …

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  • 6 discipline — I. n. 1. Training, drilling, drill, exercise, diligent practice. 2. Control, regulation, government, good order, subjection. 3. Branch of knowledge, elements of culture. 4. Punishment, chastisement, correction. 5. Rule of practice, regulations.… …

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  • 7 discipline — I (field of study) noun area of education, area of learning, branch of instruction, branch of knowledge, course, curriculum, doctrine, education, field of interest, field of learning, learning, lore, teaching II (obedience) noun acquiescence,… …

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  • 8 Sauvira Kingdom — Sauvira was a kingdom mentioned in the epic Mahabharata. According to the epic, Jayadratha was the king of Sindhus, Sauviras and Sivis. Probably Sauvira and Sivi were two kingdoms close to the Sindhu kingdom and Jayadratha conquered them.… …

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  • 9 Hermann of Salza — • Fourth Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, descendant of the noble Thuringian house of Salza; b. 1180 at Langensalza in Thuringia; d. 19 March, 1239, at Barletta in Southern Italy Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hermann of Salza      …

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  • 10 underbring — verb a) to bring under subjection, conquer How Reason reigning as a Queen should Anger underbring b) to control …

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  • 11 school — I. n. 1. Seminary, academy, institute, gymnasium, place of education. 2. Sect, denomination. II. v. a. 1. Instruct, teach, educate, train, drill, exercise, indoctrinate. 2. Tutor, discipline, control, govern, chide, admonish, reprove, bring under …

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  • 12 States of the Church — • Consists of the civil territory which for over 1000 years (754 1870) acknowledged the pope as temporal ruler Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. States of the Church     States of the Church …

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  • 13 conquer — conquer, defeat, vanquish, overcome, surmount, subdue, subjugate, reduce, overthrow, rout, beat, lick all mean to get the better of or to bring into subjection whether by the exercise of force or of strategy. Conquer and defeat are perhaps the… …

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  • 14 Matsya Kingdom — The position of the Matsya kingdom in Iron Age Vedic India. Matsya or Machcha (Sanskrit for fish), classically called the Mese (pronounced /ˈmiːziː/), was the name of a tribe and the state of the Vedic civilization of India. It lay to south of… …

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  • 15 Mecklenburg — • A division of the German Empire, consists of the two Grand Duchies of Mecklenburg Schwerin and Mecklenburg Strelitz Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Mecklenburg     Mecklenburg …

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  • 16 Order of Friars Minor —     Order of Friars Minor     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Order of Friars Minor     (Also known as FRANCISCANS.) This subject may be conveniently considered under the following heads:     I. General History of the Order;     A. First Period (1209… …

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  • 17 yoke — yoke1 yokeless, adj. /yohk/, n., pl. yokes for 1, 3 20, yoke for 2; v., yoked, yoking. n. 1. a device for joining together a pair of draft animals, esp. oxen, usually consisting of a crosspiece with two bow shaped pieces, each enclosing the head… …

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  • 18 Europe — • The conception of Europe as a distinct division of the earth, separate from Asia and Africa, had its origin in ancient times Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Europe     Europe    …

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  • 19 subdue — /səbˈdju / (say suhb dyooh) verb (t) (subdued, subduing) 1. to conquer and bring into subjection. 2. to overpower by superior force; overcome. 3. to bring into mental subjection, as by persuasion or by inspiring awe or fear; render submissive. 4 …

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  • 20 Infallibility — • In general, exemption or immunity from liability to error or failure; in particular in theological usage, the supernatural prerogative by which the Church of Christ is, by a special Divine assistance, preserved from liability to error in her… …

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