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So with the sovereign internet it does remain to be seen whether this is something that Russia is actually able to pull off.

Drescher’s job, she notes, has typically entailed “a healthy amount of travel around the world” for face-to-face meetings with the pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, and other investors making up Apollo’s client base.

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We built it but they did the hacking—and they are sovereign nations.

Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, the world’s biggest, lost $21 billion in the first half of the year as a rebound in stock markets wasn’t enough to erase its record decline earlier this year.

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Jim then became a sovereign citizen, just like Timothy McVeigh, driving without registration or license plates.

From Ozy

So where does this leave the millions of Palestinians—like my relatives—who dream of self-determination and a sovereign state?

Paudert is sure to acknowledge that sovereign citizens have the same rights as all Americans and that they are not all dangerous.

But the group has been paying close attention to the sovereign citizens for a while.

Often, the most common opportunity for police officers to encounter a sovereign citizen is during a traffic stop.

The Reservation is sovereign Indian land, and the grizzly is a sacred animal to these tribes.

Progress: an old term for the travelling of the sovereign to different parts of his country.

The lower class were idle and lazy, and willing to serve any sovereign who appealed to them by ostentation.

Moderate salaries prevailed, but the sovereign was worth much more then than now, while wants were fewer.

After his death she was proclaimed sovereign empress of all the Russias, and showed herself worthy of her high fortune.

He trusted that what might be done in this matter be most expedient for the service of the king our sovereign.


On this page you'll find 114 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sovereign, such as: absolute, autonomous, unlimited, ascendant, chief, and imperial.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.