Each was run as a semi-independent entity, preserving stylistic and technological independence.
Instead, Scroppo said, “I based the [categorization of] semi-independent status on the test that I administered to him.”
A similar change came about in Flanders, where the semi-independent towns came under the control of the dukes of Burgundy.
Baffled in this, he returned to his semi-independent conspiracy at home.
It was said that Wyatt had built up for himself a semi-independent command, and was becoming a great scourge.
The town was ruled by a semi-independent Kurdish bey as late as 1836.
The Cholulans were of Nahuatl origin and were semi-independent, yielding only a nominal allegiance to Montezuma.
Thus this professed enemy of republican principles became the head of a semi-independent little republic.
But Poland was made a semi-independent part of Russia with Alexander as her king.
They wanted a consolidated empire, ruled from London, rather than a loose federation of semi-independent states.