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What it endangers is a narrow conception of Russian power, understood through the eyes of its dictatorial leader.
In 2005, Galloway called Assad a “breath of fresh air” after years of dictatorial regimes in the country.The Most Insane Antics of George Galloway, Britain’s Purring, Dictator-Loving MP|Gideon Resnick|August 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Dictatorial regimes pretend to be serious, but in fact they are as absurd as they are dangerous.
The idea of a dictatorial American state disarming its citizens is a paranoid delusion.
But certainly we have all these hierarchies of what is considered great literature, and the canon can be dictatorial.
Hughie was a dictatorial, troublesome sort of boy; but Rosamund took him in hand from the first, and kept him somewhat in order.A Modern Tomboy|L. T. Meade
He was put forward by Austria and supported by Stambuloff, the dictatorial chief of the Bulgarian ministry.Victorian Worthies|George Henry Blore
Not so her father; his "cock-sureness," dictatorial and dogmatic manner gave much offense in society.Maria Edgeworth|Helen Zimmern
One can see, Anna Maria, that you know nothing yet of a real attachment, or you would not proceed in so dictatorial a manner.A Sister's Love|W. Heimburg
The dictatorial teacher accused Pepper of copying an example in algebra from another cadet, and a bitter altercation followed.The Mystery at Putnam Hall|Arthur M. Winfield