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- After the Norman Conquest the system of feudal landholding required the lord of the manor to provide a court for his tenants.
- The feudal system meant that knights had to provide the king with soldiers when the king demanded them.
- The Viking Age ended when many states in Europe developed the feudal system.
- By the end of the ninth century the feudal system had bound together the greater part of the population.
- Ferdinand IV also alienated the rural masses by failing to abolish the feudal system and alleviate the tax burden.
- This reliance on the local lord of the manor was all part of the feudal system introduced by William the Conqueror.
- Here we see the germ of a practice which later on developed into the European feudal system.
- A similar pattern evolved in countries which were in the Roman empire or were part of the feudal system.
- This distinction can be traced back to the land tenure system of feudal times.
- Authoritarianism is thus engrained in the feudal personality and is as essential to the feudal system as oxygen is to human life.
- Indeed, promoting capitalism often results in a system that resembles medieval feudal societies.
- The feudal system is cloistered and I welcomed the change as it gave me a chance to grow emotionally and spiritually.
- With the abolition of the feudal system, the superior's right to enforce these restrictions will disappear.
- So it's pretty much like a feudal system of the kings where people are thrown into prison and they have no way of getting out.
- Last year, he attacked the Scottish Executive for breaching his human rights by abolishing the feudal system.
- Churchill was a remnant of a feudal system and his contempt for progress expressed itself in his attitude towards workers.
- The right to teach at the universities was often granted like a title of land in the feudal system.
- Such absolute power can easily corrupt, and it is no wonder that the feudal system in Pakistan is humanly degrading.
- In a feudal system there is always another member of the clan to step forward to assume the leadership.
- The Chamberlain brought in revenue, locally supported by the officials of royal burghs, and feudal barons.
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