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  Precedence - LoveToKnow 1911
In the old time all questions of precedence came in the ordinary course of things within the jurisdiction of the court of chivalry, in which the lord high constable and earl marshal presided as judges, and of which the kings of arms, heralds and pursuivants were the assessors and executive officers.
Tudor, duke of Bedford, it is presumed for observance at the marriage of Henry VII.
- General Precedence of Women The Queen; 13 (i) queen dowager; (2) princess of Wales; (3) daughters of the sovereign; (4) wives of the sovereign's younger sons; (5) granddaughters of the sovereign; (6) wives of the sovereign's grandsons; (7) sisters of the sovereign; (8) wives of the sovereign's brothers; (9) aunts of the sovereign;.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Order of precedence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
One's position in an order of precedence is not necessarily an indication of functional importance, but rather an indication of ceremonial or historical relevance; for instance, it may dictate where dignitaries are seated at formal dinners.
The Order of precedence in England and Wales as of 29 October 2004: Gentlemen The Sovereign Her Majesty (Queen Elizabeth II) HRH Prince Philip, The Queens husband HRH The Prince of Wales HRH The Duke of York HRH The Earl of Wessex HRH Prince William of Wales HRH Prince...
The Order of precedence in Northern Ireland: Gentlemen The Sovereign (Queen Elizabeth II) HRH The Duke of Edinburgh HRH The Prince of Wales HRH The Duke of York HRH The Earl of Wessex HRH Prince William of Wales HRH Prince Harry of Wales The Sovereigns brothers, where such exist...
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Corinthian order The Corinthian order is one of the Ionic.
Order of the Crown of India The Imperial Order of the Crown of India is an order in the Secretary of State for India or...
The Order of the Cross of the Eagle The Order of the Cross of the Eagle (Kotkaristi Teenetemärk, in Estonian independenc...
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 Order of Precedence in England and Wales
Precedence existed in pre-Conquest times: an Anglo-Saxon document states that "in the laws of the English, people and law went by ranks." The Conquest presumably resulted in the introduction of precedence as it was practiced at the court of Normandy, just as titles and offices were imported by the victors.
House of Lords Precedence Act 1539 and the Ordinance of 1595, both of which were to a large extent codifying current practice, form the canvass of the order of precedence.
For the modern orders, precedence is defined in the statutes of the order.
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Where no act of parliament applies precedence is determined either by the will and pleasure of the sovereign or by what is accepted as "ancient usage and established custom." Of the sovereign's will and pleasure the appropriate method of announcement is by warrant under the signmanual, or letters patent under the great seal.
In the "Ancient Tables of Precedence," which we have already cited, dukes of the blood royal are always ranked before other dukes, and in most of them their eldest sons and in some of them their younger sons are placed in a corresponding order of precedence.
By the statutes of the order of the Bath, as revised in 1847, it is ordained that the knights grand crosses are to be placed "next to and immediately after baronets," thus superseding knights bannerets not created by the sovereign in person.
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 South Dakota can change voting districts : ICT [2005/07/11]
Long said the state contends that if the lines are redrawn as was suggested, there would be a simple majority of American Indian voters in each district; but given the past history of voter turnout by American Indians, he said, it would be unlikely that their preferred candidate would be elected.
The ACLU is going to continue to monitor the situation to ensure that Native American voters have an equal opportunity to elect candidates of their choice,'' said Jennifer Ring, executive director of the ACLU of the Dakotas.
In Schreier's order, the Legislature was to conduct hearings and begin the process of creating a new plan while the state's high court considered the question.
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 Articles - United Kingdom order of precedence   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Precedence was a matter of great weight at least up until the Second World War, but it is a much less significant aspect of British life nowadays.
One does not gain precedence as a daughter of a lady, unless that lady be a member of the Royal Family or a peeress in her own right.
The Queen recently changed the order of precedence that put the Duchess of Cornwall fourth in the order of precedence, next to herself, the Princess Royal, and Princess Alexandra, the Hon.
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 Lauber, Indian Slavery in Colonial Times. Ch. IV
The number of Indian slaves in Virginia, also, was small, owing largely to the number of indentured servants, and to the early introduction and fitness of the negroes for the labor of the colony.
The existence of Indian slaves, however, was recognized by a decree of the governor and council in 1680.
From the evidence the conclusion is that although the existence of Indian slavery was continuous in New York throughout the colonial period, the number of Indian slaves, in comparison with that of individual colonies in New England and the south, was small.
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 Indian Wars Medal
In the center of a bronze medallion one and a quarter inches in diameter, a mounted Indian holding a spear in his right hand is shown facing to the viewer's right.
The Indian warrior in fighting regalia represents "the highly active and troublesome enemy of the frontier campaigns." The idea of a mounted Indian was intended by Millet to symbolize the ancient Greek horsemen as represented on the frieze of the Parthenon.
With the standards are rifles, an Indian shield, a spear and quiver of arrows, a Cuban machete, and a sulu kriss.
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 Hereditary Society Precedence List
The rule of precedence for hereditary societies is based upon the chronological order of the date of founding of each society.
The following is a comprehensive list of all current hereditary societies (those which qualify for an HSC listing based on membership and longevity), in the appropriate order of precedence.
1896 Hereditary Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors
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 United Kingdom order of precedence Article, UnitedKingdomorderprecedence Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Order of precedence in the United Kingdom is differentfor each region.
Thirdly, in the case of women, one may be the wife of a title-holder.(Note that wives acquire precedence due to their husbands, but husbands do not gain any special precedence due to their wives).Finally, one may be the son or daughter of a title-holder.
The three highest orders of Chivalry in England and Wales, Scotland, and Ireland, are the Orders of the Garter, the Thistle,and St Patrick, respectively.
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 Order of the British Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
At the foundation of the Order, the "Medal of the Order of the British Empire" was instituted.
The Usher of the Order is known as the Gentleman Usher of the Purple Rod; he does not, unlike his Order of the Garter equivalent (the Black RodGentleman Usher of the Black Rod), perform any duties related to the House of Lords/.
Wives of male members of all classes also feature on the order of precedence, as do sons, daughters and daughters-in-law of Knights Grand Cross and Knights Commander; relatives of Ladies of the Order, however, are not assigned any special precedence.
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 Final Court Order Regulations [Final Rule]
If a court order is so flawed that it is not sufficiently clear to satisfy our requirements, the appropriate action is for the parties to return to the State court to correct the problem.
The courts issuing the orders are in the best position to determine the meaning of their own orders.
In preparing a court order, attorneys should keep in mind that we consider each of the three types of awards as separate and independent of the other two, and should exercise great care in each type of benefit they intend to affect.
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 American Indian Movement Virginia Chapter
We are a concerned group of American Indian Virginia Citizens that want to address issues that we feel are detrimental to the health and well being of our heritage and culture in the State of Virginia.
At the core of the movement is Indian leadership under the direction of NeeGawNwayWeeDun, Clyde H. Bellecourt.
The movement was founded to turn the attention of Indian people toward a renewal of spirituality which would impart the strength of resolve needed to reverse the ruinious policies of the United States, Canada, and other colonialist governments of Central and South America.
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 Hopi Indian Tribe, Law and Order Code, Resolutions
Any Indian who is related by blood to a minor or to another in the first degree (father, mother, son, daughter; brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather) or in the second degree (uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, or first cousin) who commits a sexual act with the minor shall be deemed guilty of an offense.
Any Indian person who appears in a public place under the influence of alcohol or narcotics or any other drug not therapeutically administered, to the degree that he or she is unable to care for his or her own safety shall be deemed guilty of Public intoxication.
Any Indian who willfully disturbs or disquiets any meeting for religious or ceremonial purposes, by any act, gesture or utterance either within the mace where such meeting is held or so rear it as to disturb the order and solemnity of the meeting is guilty of an offense.
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 trinicenter.com - History of Ancient Indian Conquest
A person is considered a member of the caste into which he or she is born and remains within that caste until death, although the particular ranking of that caste may vary among regions and over time.
In order of precedence these are the Brahmins (priests and teachers), the Ksyatriyas (rulers and soldiers), the Vaisyas (merchants and traders), and the Shudras (laborers and artisans).
Although “untouchability” was abolished under Article 17 of the Indian constitution, the practice continues to determine the socio-economic and religious standing of those at the bottom of the caste hierarchy.
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 Order of Wear   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
A person appointed to the Order between 6th December 1957 and 19th June 1974, for Gallantry, and subsequently promoted in the Order, retains and wears the insignia of the lower Class with the Emblem in addition to the insignia of the higher Class whether promoted for Gallantry or otherwise.
The Indian Order of Merit (Military and Civil) is distinct from the Order of Merit instituted in 1902.
Orders instituted by The Sovereign as Head of State of the Commonwealth Country are worn in date of award.
www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk /ceremonial/honours/wear.asp   (1999 words)

 Articles - Order of the Indian Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Order was founded in 1877 to reward British and native officials who served in India.
The Order of the Indian Empire was intended to be a less exclusive version of the Order of the Star of India (which was founded in 1861); consequently, many more appointments were made to the former than to the latter.
Unlike the insignia of most other British chivalric orders, the insignia of the Order of the Star of India did not incorporate crosses, as they were deemed unacceptable to the Indian Princes appointed to the Order.
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 Order of the Indian Empire - free-definition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire is an order of chivalry founded by Victoria in 1877.
The motto of the Order is Imperatricis auspiciis (Latin for "Under the auspices of the Empress"), a reference to Victoria, the first Empress of India.
The Order is the junior British order of chivalry associated with the Empire of India; the senior one is The Most Exalted Order of the Star of India.
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 Papers from the Indian Defence Review
The Chief of Army Staff is, today, 12th in the Order of Precedence as against number 2 in the pre-independence India (Table of Precedence as published on 25th July 1979 and reprinted in the Manorama, 1992, page 759).
In the final analysis, it is this lack of perception and awareness of national security amongst the intellectuals and the media that has led to the situation where the armed forces are barely tolerated (and often resented) rather than considered as an instrument of the nation's policy.
When the order to switch to warrants was issued, a clear assurance was given that the officers would not lose monetarily.
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 Land Forces in the Indian Theater   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The units listed here for the game were actually in the Indian theater at this time, the only exceptions (in italics) being the names of the Danish units and one of the Portuguese units, for whom I had to generate appropriate names, and the English Company siege train.
After the war ended in 1783, there was a reduction in the cavalry regiments, but as they were so useful in India, the 23rd wasn't affected, except for the disappearance of lower numbered regiments permitted their order of precedence to be changed from 23rd to 19th (in 1788).
Indian artillery is a huge contrast, with their taking up to five minutes to reload a cannon--thus the rude surprise by European crews on Indian cavalry who typically waited for the Indian cannons to fire and then charged the guns thinking that they could be among the guns before they were reloaded.
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 High Courts of India information - Search.com
The Chief Justices are ranked #14 (in their state) and #17 (outside their state) in the Indian order of precedence.
The number of judges in a court is decided by dividing the average institution of main cases during the last five years by the national average, or the average rate of disposal of main cases per judge per year in that High Court, whichever is higher.
In 1947-08-11 a separate High Court of Punjab was created with its seat at Simla under the Indian Independence Act, 1947 which had jurisdiction over Punjab, Delhi and present Himachal Pradesh and Haryana.
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 The Indian Highway Code
Traveling on Indian Roads is an almost hallucinatory potion of sound, spectacle and experience.
Trucks and buses: All horn signals have the same meaning, viz: "I have an all-up weight of approximately 12.5 tons and have no intention of stopping, even if I could." This signal may be emphasised by the use of headlamps.
Lane discipline (VII,1): All Indian traffic at all times and irrespective of direction of travel shall occupy the centre of the road.
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 Wyandot Indian Tribe
On the march the warriors of the Big Turtle Clan marched in front, those of the Little Turtle Clan marched next to them, and so on down to the last clan, except the Wolf Clan, which had command of the march and might be where its presence was most necessary.
In ancient times all their villages were built in this order, and in the tribal council the clans took this order in seating themselves, with the sachem either in the center or in the front of the door of the council chamber.
At an appointed time in the ceremonies of the Green Corn Feast each clan chief took an assigned position, which in ancient times was the Order of Precedence and Encampment, and parents having children to be named filed before him in, the order of the ages of the children to be named.
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 Temples of India
Generally speaking, temple architects used post & beam architecture without true vaulting; dry-stone construction technique was the norm with mortar rarely used.
Corbelled vaulting was much more common than true vaulting, in which technique Indian temple architects excelled.
Ceiling are usually constructed of flat slabs of stone laid between pillars.
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 precedence - OneLook Dictionary Search
noun: the act of preceding in time or order or rank (as in a ceremony)
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 Decorations and Medals of India
Initially created as a modest commemoration of the anniversary of India's 50th year as an independent nation (15 August 1947-15 August 1997), this is extracted from a larger study of decorations and medals in South Asia.
Throughout, frequent reference is made to the Indian "national emblem," the lion capital of the Mauryan Emperor Ashoka (r.
These are listed according to the most recent order of precedence.
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