abeyance Meaning in Bengali
অপ্রয়োগ, সাময়িক অক্রিয়তা, মুলতবি অবস্থা, স্থগিতাবস্থা,
abeyance শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ এর উদাহরণ:
অধিকার লড়াইয়ের একটি গৃহযুদ্ধের সম্মুখীন হয়েছিল তার ফলে গণতন্ত্রের স্থগিতাবস্থা এসেছিল ।
abeyance's Usage Examples:
fell into abeyance between the Earl's five daughters, Lady Katherine, Lady Anne, Lady Isabel, Lady Margaret and Lady Mary.
It remained in abeyance until 1734.
After the 1560s, the title fell into abeyance until it was revived in 1888, at the suggestion of the then Bishop of London.
The team have endured mixed fortunes over time and spent a year in abeyance during 2000–01 while their sixth place North Division One finish in 2009–10.
On the death of the third Baron in 1367 the title fell into abeyance.
The abeyance was terminated in 1380 when Thomas Boteler, the fourth Baron, became.
of Lincoln for later history of this title) while the barony fell into abeyance between the issue of his two aunts, Lady Margaret Clinton (d.
On Thomas's death in 1641, the barony fell into abeyance between his sisters.
The abeyance was terminated in 1660 in favour of his nephew, Thomas.
fell into abeyance.
Thereafter, it was united with the Barony of Stourton after it, and the barony of Segrave, were brought out of abeyance in the nineteenth.
The barony remained in abeyance for 175 years, until the abeyance was terminated in 1838 in favour of George Charles Mostyn.
Order of the Star of India and the Order of the Indian Empire are now in abeyance).
Since 1936, the title has been in abeyance.
third creation was in the Peerage of England in 1461, and has been in abeyance since 1960.
death in 1455 the barony fell into abeyance between his nieces Maude and Joan.
On Joan's death in 1490 the abeyance was terminated in favour of Maude,.
This time the peerage remained in abeyance for 89 years, until the abeyance was terminated in 1832 in favour of Robert Wilson, who.
equally valid claim to the title; in such a case, the title goes into abeyance.
The abeyance ends either when there is only one remaining claimant due to deaths.
The Barony was in abeyance for over three hundred years; when it was called out of abeyance, in 1916, it was accorded precedence as.
Following the end of his episcopate, the title has remained in abeyance.
On the death of the seventh earl in 1616, the barony fell into abeyance.
The abeyance was terminated naturally in favour of the earl's daughter Alethea.
dukedom passed to a cousin yet the three Arlington/Thetford titles fell into abeyance under the principle of moieties between his two sisters, neither of whom.
overseeing the Diocese of York, but after 1923 the position fell into abeyance.
inactivity; suspension; deferral; moratorium; cold storage; recess; inaction; stand-down; standdown; inactiveness;
act; begin; activeness; action; activity;