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regia

On the ancient Roman theater stage, the central door, leading to the palace of the main hero; the royal door.
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In pure white leather with metal feet, the Regia even features a magazine rack pocket for chic storage.
Today Juglans regia is grown both for nuts and wood on every continent except Antarctica.
Via Regia is a publisher of non-fiction paperbacks and ebooks based in Portland, Oregon.
It was discovered in early 19th century in its native island country Madagascar by botanist Wensel Bojer and it was named as Delonix Regia.
Although more homogenous in terms of equipment, the aircraft of the Regia Aeronautica in Africa Orientale Italiana (AOI--Italian East Africa) were generally inferior to that of their enemies and Italian forces were primarily trained and equipped for colonial operations, not modern warfare.
The Cm Ameer Khan Hoti formally launched monsoon tree plantation campaign in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by planting a sapling of Delonix regia in lawn of Chief Minister House on Thursday.
This "extra" fascinatingly documents both Jacob's versatility as a composer (many of the composers of sacred music of his time also wrote purely secular pieces for purposes of entertainment), and the skill of Robert Hugo, head of the Capella Regia Praha, who has managed a very effective reconstruction of a piece that has only survived in fragmentary form (this skill is essential to the work of musicians seriously concerned with early music today, and Robert Hugo has already demonstrated it in previous projects).
Anglo-Saxon living history group Regia Anglorum will stage events in Chamberlain Square.
Juglans regia (walnut) and cocos nucifera oil (coconut oil) extract acts as natural skin colorant for instant gratification in sunless tanning formulations.
Callebaut said: "The design of the city is inspired by the great Amazonia Victoria Regia lilypad.