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An extinct genus of primates that lived in African rainforests 23 million to 17 million years ago during the Miocene epoch
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In his discussion of whether or not the institutions, cultures, and processes of national security decision-making and policy implementation, and particularly as they enable the proconsular role, are as functional as they might be, he strongly reinforces the current consensus.
Para concluir con esta asociacion de las tallas con una perduracion de los cultos del Saturno africano cabe resenar que la aparicion de menciones epigraficas a Baal-Saturno no solo se circunscribe al area de la Proconsular o de Numidia, tambien aparecen, es cierto que con menor profusion, en las dos Mauritanias y en algunos lugares mas proximos a Baelo como Aquae Sirensis, Volubilis y, sobre todo, Tingis (Cadotte, 2007: 22).
Lord Lansdowne in India: At the Climax of an Empire, 1888-1894, A Study in Late Nineteenth Century British Indian Policy and Proconsular Power (Los Angeles: University of California, 1978), 359-62.
En Coyuntura, aparece de Juan Gabriel Tokatlian "El momento proconsular: Latinoami?1/2rica despui?1/2s de la reeleccii?1/2n de Bush", y en Documentos, de Carla Poussa "Crisis colombiana: una perspectiva panamei?1/2a".
Meanwhile, events had exposed the limitations of the proconsular system--and of American's reliance on gunboats and Gurkhas to police the world.
protect them and respect their rights, we subject them to a proconsular
If the Senate chooses to support the army, the Roman people are theoretically not obliged to follow; in fact a show of a popular election is part of the consensus and gives the new master detailed powers; the people of Rome unanimously vote to grant the proconsular imperium, tribunician power, the office of pontifex maximus, etc.
Imperial Washington, unfortunately, attracts many talented and ambitious people only too ready to assume proconsular roles on a global stage and to thrust American power into areas where angels fear to tread.
Professor Ferguson has written a study for specialists in late antique proconsular Africa (fifth to sixth century).