Of or relating to the government or the public affairs of a country,
Of or relating to the government or the public affairs of a country
a period of political and economic stability
Of or relating to the ideas or strategies of a particular party or group in politics
a decision taken for purely political reasons
Interested in or active in politics
I'm not very political
Motivated or caused by a person's beliefs or actions concerning politics
a political crime
Relating to, affecting, or acting according to the interests of status or authority within an organization rather than matters of principle
involving or characteristic of politics or parties or politicians; "calling a meeting is a political act in itself"- Daniel Goleman; "political pressure"; "a political machine"; "political office"; "political policy"
of or relating to your views about social relationships involving authority or power; "political opinions"
of or relating to the profession of governing; "political career"
(politically) with regard to social relationships involving authority; "politically correct clothing"
(politics) the activities and affairs involved in managing a state or a government; "unemployment dominated the politics of the inter-war years"; "government agencies multiplied beyond the control of representative politics"
"Political" is song by Spirit of the West. One of the band's most famous songs, it originally appeared on the 1988 album Labour Day. The song was written by John Mann.
A//Political was an anarcho-punk band from Baltimore, Maryland.
Politics (from Greek πολιτικος, [politikós]: «citizen», «civilian»), is a process by which groups of people make collective decisions. ...
(Politicians) A politician or political leader (from Greek "polis") is an individual who is involved in influencing public policy and decision making. ...
(Politics (album)) Politics is Sébastien Tellier's second album, released in 2004. It features prominent drumming provided by Tony Allen. The songs are sung in English, German and Spanish.
(Politics (comedy)) Politics is the second of Ricky Gervais' stand-up shows. It was written and performed by the comedian Gervais. As the title suggests the show takes the political sphere as its central theme. Gervais toured the show in 2004 and it is now available on DVD.
(politically) people need to be free to think, and argue, and act. Surveillance chills behaviour and speech, and threatens democracy.
(Politicians) 1) Men who volunteer the task of governing us for a consideration. 2) See Graftheimer.
(Politicians) Dr Giuseppe Agius Muscat (d.1951 ), Renato Agius Muscat, Dr Francis Agius, Espedito Catania (d. 1985), Dr Elena Dalli, Dr Josie Muscat, Alfred Portelli, Leli Tabone (d.1980),
(Politicians) The master plan decision finally goes to the political bosses. The Urban development Ministry in Maharashtra is always with the Chief Minister, for obvious reasons. No CM in recent memory has ever allowed UD to be wrenched away from his grasp. ...
(Politicians) can offer terrorist groups political concessions—compromises such as self-rule for ethnic minorities, for example—or a general pardon in exchange for stopping future attacks. ...
(Politicians) represent your guides / guardian angels in a dream. Quite often guides demonstrate to you the way you are in reality. Guides are infallible and incorruptible. ...
(Politicians) viewith one another, competing for donations and votes.
about 200 politicians at local, regional, national and EU-level
(Politics) is the process whereby decisions are made by groups and institutions.
(Politics) The process by which we make decisions in community groups, especially the process of deciding the members and action of government.
(Politics) the social institution that distributes power, sets a society's agenda and makes decisions
(Politics) activity related to influencing, making or implementing collective decisions for a political community
(3. politics) Same as splinter group
(POLITICS) In 1992, a one-party system was changed to a multi-party system.