government, to govern, chief, first, ancient
study of ancient cultures
the chief (most important) enemy
a form government headed by a member of a royal family
no government; the absence of government
a government controlled by a small group of people.
people ranked from first (most important) to last (least important) in a classifying system
the chief or oldest (most ancient) or most respected male in a family; man who is regarded as the founder of something
the chief or oldest (most ancient) or most respected female in a family; woman who is regarded as the founder of something
government, to govern, power
a government ruled by the elite (small section of society that controls most of the resources)
a government by the people; a government where a large segment of the population gets to participate in decision making.
a government run by leaders of a religious group
a government ruled by one person with absolute power
a government whose leaders are selected on the basis of their ability; the most able (skillful, intelligent, wise...) hold the power
a hypothetical form of government in which scientists, engineers, and other technical experts are in charge
the numerous departments and subdivisions within a government
star-shaped symbol (*) used to indicate footnotes, references, omissions. etc.
so large that it can be compared to the scale of the stars
the scientific study of the universe and all its stars
the study of the supposed connection between the movement of planets and stars and human affairs
terrible event that occurs (comes from the astrological belief that when the stars are out of alignment, terrible things can happen)