Definition of Libral. Meaning of Libral. Synonyms of Libral

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Definition of Libral

Libral
Libral Li"bral (l[imac]"bral), a. [L. libralis, fr. libra the Roman pound.] Of a pound weight. [Obs.] --Johnson.

Meaning of Libral from wikipedia

- The libral standard compares the weight of coins to the bronze as, which originally weighed one Roman pound, but decreased over time to 1/2 pound (the...
- classical liberalism is a political ideology and a branch of liberalism that advocates civil liberties under the rule of law with an emphasis on economic...
- galley on the reverse. The as was originally produced on the libral and then the reduced libral weight standard. As the weight decreased, the bronze coinage...
- the next elections, in 1936, the party also ran a common list with the Libral Party in Bergen, and succeeded in electing two representatives from Hordaland...
- unciae ca 270 BC (the "light libral standard", remaining at that level until 225 BC, then suddenly to 5 unciae (the "semi-libral standard") c. the start of...
- about 280 BC and to have been progressively reduced in weight from libral to semi-libral at the outbreak of the Second Punic War in about 217 BC. Further...
- a 273 gram pound, with Attic weight issues of about 27 grams under the libral standard for a 327 gram pound and was produced occasionally towards the...
- Democratic Party, the vice-Speaker for the committee is Gulan Avci for the Libral Party, along with the second vice-Speaker Mats Green for the Moderate Party...
- and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0389; FHL microfilm 1,254,389. "Libral Republican and Democratic Convention". The Kansas Democrat. October 10,...
- Socialism. Chris Harman believes that this book is welcome because many librals who "lump all strands of political Islam (or ‘Islamism’) together", show...