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regal

1
of, relating to, or befitting a king or queen; royal

regal

2
a portable organ equipped only with small reed pipes, popular from the 15th century and recently revived for modern performance
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After nine action packed weeks of the league matches, the finals were played between Regals Club and Barca for the third and fourth positions, and between Dabangg and Spartans for the first and second positions.
Todo comenzo hace poco menos de un ano cuando el entrenador de Regals, Miguel Landaverde, los recomendo con Arturo Chavez, un visor del Cruz Azul en Houston, quien quedo a gusto con ellos y los llevo a las pruebas.
Lucie Ray and Alan Dick Chris Malone, Phil Shaw and Dean Day Hilary and Paul Brattle with Eddie and Lorraine Simms Caribbean Regals Steel Band provided the music for tennis players and guests Colin Grafto, Chrissie Grafton and Mark Barrett Brenda Green, Pam Brown, John Green, Eilseen Innes and Anne Tucker
I knew we had 12 girls who could bury it," Regals coach Nancie Moskowitz said.
com) announced that its Marketing Firm "EyecatcherPlus" has signed a test market agreement with Regal Cinemas, a National Theater Chain.
against Puget Sound (22-5), which beat the Regals 74-60 at their Posada Royale Tournament in late December.
After a pregame ceremony Thursday, featuring previous record-holder Kim Peppi-Kuenn, Stroot scored 32 on 14-of-21 shooting and added eight rebounds, five steals and four assists to lead the Regals (14-5 overall, 7-1 SCIAC) to a 75-64 victory over visiting Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
The Wolverines controlled game four and matched the Regals for most of the final game, but Harvard-Westlake's play at the outset was an early indication this was not the Wolverines' night.
The Regals (18-2) were seeded third in the West Regional, which will be played Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Spokane, Wash.
The Regals, who in the 1990s had won five of six conference titles, gone to the NCAA Tournament six successive years and reached the Division III title match in 1995, epitomized mediocrity.
The victory was Flintridge Sacred Heart's second in two days over the Regals, which eliminated the Tologs in last season's Southern Section Division IV-AA semifinals.
Former All-Southern Section soccer player Amber Anderson has been voted Cal Lutheran's Offensive Player of the Year after scoring two goals as a sophomore to help the Regals to a 9-6-5 campaign.