sovereign, crowned head, monarch(adj)
a nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right
autonomous, independent, self-governing, sovereign(adj)
(of political bodies) not controlled by outside forces
"an autonomous judiciary"; "a sovereign state"
greatest in status or authority or power
"a supreme tribunal"
Exercising power of rule.
Exceptional in quality.
Extremely potent or effective (of a medicine, remedy etc.).
Having supreme, ultimate power.
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The obligation of subjects to the sovereign is understood to last as long, and no longer, than the power lasteth by which he is able to protect them.
The Latin American people believed and feel that we Filipinos form part of that vast family, the children of Spain. Thus, although Spain ceased to govern those countries many years ago and although another nation is sovereign in the Philippines, those Latin-American peoples feel themselves as brothers to the people of the Philippines. It is the Spanish language that still binds us to those peoples, and the Spanish language will bind us to those peoples eternally if we have the wisdom and patriotism of preserving it.
Last week we met the marketers and negotiated the terms of payment of the 185 billion naira, (The)government resolved to issue Sovereign Debt Notes (SDN) to the marketers, which we will start issuing from tomorrow.
The dividend yield on these companies is key given that this is a country already with a negative sovereign bond yield.
At the same time, there have been net outflows from active global emerging-market equity strategies, which implies that sovereign wealth funds want emerging-markets equity exposure, but they are less interested in getting this exposure through traditional actively managed products.
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- sobiràCatalan, Valencian
- svrchovaný, panovník, vládceCzech
- suverena, suverenoEsperanto
- [[punta, monarkki, erinomainen, hallitsija, valtias, itsenäinen, suvereeniFinnish
- ceannasach, sabhran, rí, ardcheannasach, banríonIrish
- soberano, soberanaGalician
- punt airhey, ard-reeoil, ard-reeManx
- soveran, soveranoInterlingua
- penguasa, berdaulatIndonesian
- 独立, 君主, 自立, 卓越したJapanese
- суверен, соверин, владетелMacedonian
- soeverein, vorstDutch
- suserano, soberanoPortuguese
- суверен, монарх, суверенный, соверен, властительRussian
- suverän, självständig, regent, monarkSwedish
- సర్వసత్తాక, సార్వభౌమTelugu
- soveran, soveränikVolapük
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