political entity


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n political entity a unit with political responsibilities
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In literature:

It is of these new political entities that this chapter will treat.
"Human Nature In Politics" by Graham Wallas
But the State which you are to admit must be more or less than this political entity.
"American Eloquence, Volume II. (of 4) Studies In American Political History (1896)" by Various
The attempt to fuse them into a new political entity has completely failed.
"France and the Republic" by William Henry Hurlbert
These old parties are by far the most vital and powerful political entities in the United Kingdom.
"Freedom In Service" by Fossey John Cobb Hearnshaw
It was the end of Provence both as a political and an artistic entity.
"Women of Mediæval France" by Pierce Butler
They were now almost two distinct political entities, in each of which there were a principal and a second chief.
"The American Indian as Slaveholder and Seccessionist" by Annie Heloise Abel
This new political entity received the name of Elsass-Lothringen (Alsace-Lorraine).
"Alsace-Lorraine" by Daniel Blumenthal

In news:

In the wake of President Obama's re-election, pundits have suggested how the Republican Party can survive as a viable political entity.
It is no big secret that the political system operates as a primarily binomial entity.
) the entity is a distinct 'body politic'.

In science:

Fermions, like virtue in the world of politics, are entities often talked about, but rarely seen, in discussions of SUSY theories.
M Theory and Cosmology
Quadrant II are often found in antagonistic entities such as oligopolies or two-party political systems. A related approach was pioneered by Bacharach (1999), who introduced the idea of frames in the early 1990s to overcome the difficulties in traditional game theory created by Prisoner’s Dilemma and the Hi-Lo Game.
Cooperation in Subset Team Games: Altruism and Selfishness