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1) Social relations involving authority or power. 2) The art or science of governing.

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In economics, a term that means selling a product in large quantities abroad for a lower price than it fetches in the domestic market. Usually this is done to dispose of a ...


Politics; Political Science

Unchangeable, from the process of having yarn dyed before being woven, which makes it retain its color better. One might refer to someone for example, as a dyed-in the-wool ...


Politics; Political Science

A succession of political rulers who belong to the same family. Dynasties are less common now than they used to be in the days when hereditary monarchs held sway, but in some ...


Politics; Political Science

To set aside for a special purpose, as when in a budget, funds are earmarked for certain projects.


Politics; Political Science

Pertaining to church matters, as in ecclesiastical courts, ecclesiastical history, etc.


Politics; Political Science

The branch of biology that deals with the relation between living things and their environment. Ecology is an important political issue today, although it is usually comes under ...

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The increase in a nation's production of goods and services, often measured annually in the Gross National Product (GNP) and the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). For example, from ...