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(かれ)政権(せいけん)きっと崩壊(ほうかい)する
His regime is bound to collapse.
時代遅(じだいおく)その政権(せいけん)崩壊(ほうかい)寸前(すんぜん)
The obsolete regime is about to collapse.
政権(せいけん)たらい(まわ)反対(はんたい)
I'm opposed to political power being monopolized within a clique.
選挙(せんきょ)結果(けっか)その(とう)政権(せいけん)一角(いっかく)()
The election gave the party a role in the government.
独裁(どくさい)政権(せいけん)人権(じんけん)侵害(しんがい)前科(ぜんか)について非難(ひなん)()まし
The dictatorship came under fire for its human rights record.
反乱(はんらん)(ぐん)兵士(へいし)政権(せいけん)打倒(だとう)する野望(やぼう)(かく)
The rebel concealed his ambition to destroy the regime.
だがレーガン政権(せいけん)最高(さいこう)裁判所(さいばんしょ)(つぶ)れる(まえ)さえOSHA茶番(ちゃばん)あっ
Even before Reagan and the Supreme Court stifled it, OSHA was a farce.
あの(ひと)によって大統領(だいとうりょう)戯画(ぎが)()政権(せいけん)権威(けに)綱紀(こうき)(みだ)なるまい
According to him, the president must not be turned into a caricature, the loss of authority and public order cannot be borne.
GermanEs wird bestimmt nicht geschehen, dass durch jene Person der Präsident karikiert und die Regierungsmacht sowie die öffentliche Ordnung in Verfall geraten.
(ねん)ジェームズ一世(いっせい)政権(せいけん)()ついときフットボール(ふたた)許可(きょか)です
In 1603, when King James I came into power, football was allowed again.
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