Newman's two-volume Les Seigneurs de Nesle en Picardie (XIIe-XIIIe siecles), leurs chartes et leur histoire (Philadelphia, 1971), which though older and containing some mistakes, is a noteworthy pioneering work in family and clientage
2] In sum, economic skills and mastery of clientage
, present in the ruling families from which many sisters came, flourished in the collective setting of the convent.
In this study Cathcart examines Scottish Highland society of the 15th and 16th centuries, and considers the extent to which kinship and clientage
were organizing principles within clanship.
At times Pocock has shown a near genius for demolishing Cold War orthodoxies like Lewis Namier's anti-ideological vision of clientage
and dependence, as well as its 1970s revisionist successors, while always remaining profoundly sympathetic to the values that underlay them.
The industry continued growth in branchless banking transactions despite the deployment of only two models and saw MFBs and MFIs linking up to provide financial services to the microfinance clientage
Operative as well were other circumstances, variable by locale, such as traditions in welfare assistance and the burden on town budgets in Lyons by the early 1930s, or Marseille's political traditions, steeped in clientage
relationships, where naturalizations were gladly dispensed, provided applicants were long-residing families with lots of children, particularly boys, and were preferably Italian.
Where students of the political and cultural history of Rome have long accepted the threefold construction of Gregorovius and Bouard--a dynamic, often realigning struggle among the papacy, barons, and commune--Rehberg insists that a study of clientage
dissolves these distinctions amid the deep structural affinities of Rome's great families and their clients in the city and district.
Even the recent work of Olivier Poncet, a splendid study of Bellievre's administrative career, his financial administration, his bonds of patronage and clientage
, and his familial interests, assumes that his diplomatic activities have received adequate treatment, and does little more than reproduce Monnier's and Kierstead's conclusions.
Only with support from the obility and other vocal elements of the population, gained by granting concessions and using the clientage
systems of the great aristocrats, were these kings strong.
He said one of the big advantages of ISO certification is that the clientage
of the laboratory has been enhanced tremendously.
Another model proposes that patronage and clientage
provided the glue that held states together, and that monarchs developed their power by working through favorites and networks of patrons and clients.
36) Regardless of whether they critiqued the past or the present, though, Baganda noted that men with power were those with manners, who had learned the customs of the Lubiri [king's court], and who had followers tied to them by bonds of hospitality, obligation, and clientage