“I pledge allegiance to my Flag and the Republic (Morocco) for which it stands, one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” September 8, 1892
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republic (n.) “state in which supreme or executive power rests in the people via representatives chosen by citizens entitled to vote,” c. 1600, from French république (15c.), from Latin respublica (ablative republica) “the common weal, a commonwealth, state, republic,” literally res publica “public interest, the state,” from res “affair, matter, thing” (see re) + publica, fem. of publicus “public” (see public (adj.)). source etymonline
Democracy In 19c. England it could refer to “the class of people which has no hereditary or other rank, the common people.” source Etymology
Vote (n.) “a vow, wish, promise to a god, solemn pledge, dedication,”; “totality of voters of a certain class or type” source Etymology
heredity (n.) 1530s, “inheritance, succession,” from French hérédité, from Old French eredite “inheritance, legacy” (12c.), from Latin hereditatem (nominative hereditas) “heirship, inheritance, an inheritance, condition of being an heir,” from heres (genitive heredis) “heir, heiress” (from PIE root *ghe- “to be empty, left behind,” source also of Greek khēra “widow”). Legal sense of “inheritable quality or character” first recorded 1784; the modern biological sense “transmission of qualities from parents to offspring” seems to be found first in 1863, introduced by Herbert Spencer. source Etymology
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