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Etiquette a title used by a sovereign when addressing another sovereign or a nobleman

Cousin

Victor . 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer
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To cite first Sebastiao's grand-uncle, Henrique, the true founder of the Inquisition in Portugal, and then the even more profound influence of the somber but efficient Camara brothers at court, is to give only an incomplete look at the pervasive influence of clerical (and clerically inclining) interests at the Portuguese court from 1550-1578.
Ardent specialises in home movies like Edward on Edward - HRH Me Being Boring About My Naughty Old Grand-Uncle - and Castle Ghosts of Old England.
Young Francis Marion Tarwater has been reared by his fanatical, tyrannical grand-uncle Mason to be a prophet; when Mason dies, however, Francis rejects his mission and consequently suffers tortures of doubt and indecision.
Her grand-uncle Joe Flood said the family bear no ill will against the truck driver and keep him in their prayers.
e pub really is a shrine to my grand-uncle Harry Williams.
Hart's 84-year-old grand-uncle, Joseph Cernauskas, in his home in a remote area in the Wheelwright section of Hardwick, stabbing him as he lay sleeping in his bed.
He is no more suited to be king than his grand-uncle Edward was in 1937 when he was forced to abdicate.
Hart's grand-uncle, Joseph Cernauskas, inside the 85-year-old's Wheelwright home.
Ronan Lee also talks about his grand-uncle, a young rugby player who volunteered with his pals and thought he was heading for "a great adventure" but ended up being killed along with many of his friends.
His grand-uncle Anthony Kelly said a postmortem yesterday revealed the toddler died from a viral infection that travelled to his heart and brain, He added: "No one could have saved him.
Robert's grand-uncle Derek Kelly condemned the abuse targeting the family on social media.