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e·man·ci·pa·tion

(ē-man'si-pā'shŭn),
In embryology, delimitation of a specific area in an organ-forming field, giving definite shape and limits to the organ primordium.
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True American public opinion on Israel can be validated only after its political emancipation from Israel's lobby.
We must rise for our political emancipation," he said.
It is also driven by a search for dignity and political emancipation on the part of the Palestinian people.
He called for the whole process of involving women in the community's political emancipation to be conducted in a "deliberate, incremental and gradual" manner as the "hardest thing" is to reverse a bad decision.
THE CHANGING ROLE OF FIRST LADIES IS part of a larger and more general movement for the political emancipation of women, as compellingly illustrated by the election as president in 2005 of Ellen johnson-Sirleaf in Liberia, the first woman to occupy this position in Africa.
Its tall tower, done in fashionable Venetian Gothic, declared the town to be quite the equal of its neighbours in culture and aspiration, just a little behind the curve in political emancipation.
14) Another organization gaining voice in the struggle for franchise was The Association for Civil and Political Emancipation of Romanian Women (A.
For Montgomery, the spread of Christianity contributed to women's uplift, an educated motherhood, and ultimately the social and political emancipation of women.
The Jews' legal status in the colonies, and the process of their political emancipation, belonged to the Atlantic network of Port Jews in Europe and the colonies.

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