Difference between revisions of "Ruler"

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(What is a ruler? Somebody with power)
 
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A ruler is someone that has power, a leader.
A ruler is someone that has power, a leader.
For example the leader of a country.
For example the leader of a country.


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Examples for the UK:
Examples for the UK:


The Queen is a ruler.
The Queen is a ruler.
The House of Lords is a ruler.
The House of Lords is a ruler.
The House of Commons is a ruler.
The House of Commons is a ruler.


The word "ruler" is not always meant in a nice way.  
The word "ruler" is not always meant in a nice way.  
Most people using this word mean a "bad or mean" ruler.
Most people using this word mean a "bad or mean" ruler.

Revision as of 17:14, 21 July 2020

Ruler

A ruler is someone that has power, a leader.

For example the leader of a country.


Explicit explanation

More than one person can be the ruler.

Examples for the UK:


The Queen is a ruler.

The House of Lords is a ruler.

The House of Commons is a ruler.


The word "ruler" is not always meant in a nice way.

Most people using this word mean a "bad or mean" ruler.