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Since then, Laon continued as a sovereign ecclesiastical seigniory, but always under the suzerainty of the French King.
The suzerainty of England, feeble at best, had gradually been limited to a mere fraction of the country.
Mordred had become a chieftain of the Picts, and he possibly resented any claims of suzerainty on the part of Arthur.
THE CORNWALL COASTARTHUR L. SALMON
Charles brought himself, or at any rate he was to bring himself later, to recognise the suzerainty of the King of England.
Then it wades through all the mire of academic squabble re suzerainty, etc.
As we have annexed what remains of Zululand, Cetywayo's suzerainty has consequently passed to us.
THE LAST BOER WARH. RIDER HAGGARD
The suzerainty of the Queen-Empress was accepted as a matter of course.
THE PACIFICATION OF BURMASIR CHARLES HAUKES TODD CROSTHWAITE
Their chief aim was to remove the suzerainty of the Senate over them.
All they ask for is Turkish suzerainty over Arabia which would guarantee complete self-rule for the Arabs.
FREEDOM'S BATTLEMAHATMA GANDHI
With the disappearance of the feudal system, suzerainty of this kind likewise disappeared.

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