Definition: absence of governing body; state of disorder
Definition: absence of governing body; state of disorder
Sentences Containing 'anarchy'
And anything more different in spirit from the genuine primitive than the irreverent anarchy and flouting of all refinement in the work of some of these new primitives, it would be difficult to imagine.
An anarchy of individualism is upon us, and the vitality of disordered variety is more fashionable than the calm beauty of an ordered unity.
There still remain, in both parts of the united kingdom, some great estates which have continued, without interruption, in the hands of the same family since the times of feudal anarchy.
During the barbarous times of feudal anarchy, merchants, like all the other inhabitants of burghs, were considered as little better than emancipated bondmen, whose persons were despised, and whose gains were envied.
In December 2012, Danny Sirkin Superfan site interviewed her for "Anarchy in Anderson, AMFLT#3 Anderson, Indiana."
His final match, on August 13, 2006 at "Anarchy in the UK", saw him team with the Kings of Wrestling in a loss to Colt Cabana, Nigel McGuiness and Robbie Brookside.
"Time Out" Joshua Rothkopf gave the film four stars out of five, calling it "brainless", but feeling that the sheer anarchy of the film's events were "thrilling".
Chief Wayne Unser is a fictional character on the FX television series "Sons of Anarchy", played by Dayton Callie.
He is corrupt and an ally of the Sons of Anarchy, a local motorcycle gang.
Wayne Unser has always got on well with the Sons of Anarchy during his time in charge, and even employed them as muscle at times.
Like many Charming residents, the actions at Half-Sack's funeral planted seeds of doubt in Unser's mind regarding the Sons of Anarchy and their place in Charming.
When Oswald tells Unser that the Sons of Anarchy and the Mayans were good with each other, Unser still has doubts.
Less than two months later, this President resigned and a period of anarchy started in the country, which led him again to take the temporary presidency on March 25, 1912.
When Nutting pointed out that they had no alternative government to replace Nasser, Eden apparently replied, "I don't give a damn if there's anarchy and chaos in Egypt."
"In a civilised society...lynching is a crime against God and man...lynching is anarchy."
This was not accepted by other Makurian leaders and the nation fell into civil war and anarchy that very year.
Long supports what he calls "libertarian anarchy," but avoids describing this as "capitalism," a term he believes has inconsistent and confusing meanings.
Maria Tam said an uprising usually refers to overthrowing the government through violence, and Former Secretary for Justice Elsie Leung warned of anarchy.
During this period of anarchy, traveling within Iran had become dangerous.
The country had just ended a civil war, and the provinces were almost in anarchy.
Moon Tycoon is a city-building computer game released in 2001 by Anarchy Enterprises and Unique Entertainment.
Keith Smith is the vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the band Anarchy Club.
Before creating Anarchy Club, Smith was in several bands, including Cobalt 60, known as C60.
In 2005, Anarchy Club's hit "Behind the Mask" appeared in Guitar Hero.
Marcus Álvarez is a fictional character on the FX television series "Sons of Anarchy", played by Emilio Rivera.
He initially serves as an antagonist on the show but gradually comes to a less hostile relation with the Sons of Anarchy.
His son, Esai, was also a member of the club but was murdered by the Sons of Anarchy in 2008.
At the beginning of the first series, Marcus Álvarez and his gang broke into the Sons of Anarchy's warehouse where they store their weapons.
The Sons of Anarchy eventually got revenge, however, by stealing the guns back and destroying a Mayans heroin factory.
Ernest Darby, the leader of the Nordics, called a meeting with him to discuss taking out the Sons of Anarchy.
A shoot-out ensued, and gang members from the One-Niners and Mayans were killed, but the Sons of Anarchy escaped.
After Opie murdered the Mayan and carved the Anarchy symbol in his chest Jax dropped off the body in Mayan Territory in Oakland after removing the Anarchy Symbol and then having the guy throw up 9 fingers making it look like the One-Niners did the hit.
Also more recently in post-left anarchy Nietzsche is present in the thought of Hakim Bey and Wolfi Landstreicher.
Agent Joshua "Josh" Kohn was a fictional character on the FX television series "Sons of Anarchy", played by Jay Karnes.
Josh Kohn travelled to Charming to look for Tara, and pretended to be investigating a local motorcycle gang, the Sons of Anarchy, as his reason for being there.
He discovered that she had previously been in a relationship with Jax Teller, the Vice-President of the Sons of Anarchy, and began following him and taking photographs.
S.A.V.A.G.E. stands for Specialist-Administrators of Vengeance, Anarchy and Global Extortion.
(The Dark Anarchy Society) used magnetic doomsday machines to melt the polar ice caps and thus desolate the world.
Spud appeared during ROH's first tour of shows in the UK in August 2006, "Unified" and "Anarchy in the UK".
With anarchy spreading and the future of the dynasty at stake, the Tsar had a choice of instituting the reforms suggested by Count Sergei Witte or imposing a military dictatorship.
For Mitchell, anarchy is not the absence of government but the rejection of rank.
In 2004, UN peacekeepers stormed Cité Soleil in an attempt to gain control of the area and end the anarchy.
Anarchy Championship Wrestling (2009–2012).
ACH made his debut for Anarchy Championship Wrestling on August 23, 2009, starting a storyline rivalry with Robert Evans.
In 2010, King appeared on the FX television show "Sons of Anarchy" in a cameo role.
Gordon's book "Anarchy Alive!", based on his PhD research at Oxford University, was well received by reviewers.
"The Jerusalem Post" featured Gordon's "Right of Reply: Anarchy in the Holy Land!" as an op-ed in its June 12, 2007 edition.
The Battle of Wilton was a battle of the civil war in England known as The Anarchy.
"AK-51" is the sixth episode of the FX television series "Sons of Anarchy".
Al-Mu'tazz (847 – July/August 869) () was the title of the Abbasid Caliph in Baghdad from 866 to 869, during the "Anarchy at Samarra".