In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1revolución de palacio femenino
- He was ousted by a palace revolution in February 1866, and the Romanians eventually secured their foreign prince.
- It hoped for a neat palace coup not a revolution.
- The conclusion the opposition has reluctantly reached is that there is no way other than war to remove a tyrant whose five secret police forces make a palace coup or popular uprising impossible.
- Especially when compared with modern revolutions, it seems rather to resemble a palace coup than a genuine shift of social or political power.
- Five of its ten leaders died in office, three were removed by revolutions and one by a palace coup.
- Some writers prefer to set out a spectrum of revolutionary aims and outcomes, ranging from total social transformation to change of the ruling general or dictator - the so-called palace revolution.
- But, he suggested, ‘This is not about a palace coup or an uprising against the gray hairs, but a movement in an organization around a cause.’
- And certainly, despite claims of a palace coup led by ambitious colleagues within the Parliament, it seems that the post is not exactly flush with possible candidates.
- In Russian history, the only means of resisting the government had been by peasant insurrection or palace revolution by courtiers and soldiers, like the failed 1825 Decembrist rising by guards officers.
- Nobody pointed out that by this time, she was so widely unpopular, within months her own party would organise a palace coup to depose her.
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