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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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The sonnet crown connotes regality and an evolving tradition, lhe opening poem of Blues Triumphant is titled "Rapture." It consists of seven sonnets in which the last line of each poem is the first line of each consecutive poem, with the last line of the final poem repeating the first line of the first poem.
It all comes down to a choice between regality and pomp and circumstance or bullet headers and powerful volleys.
Simple silhouettes, exaggeratedly flowing volumes and hand crush, all lend a certain sense of regality to ensembles.
Wright gives us everything, from a precise and elegant choreographic landscape built upon an earlier structure developed by Marius Petipa a century ago, to scenic splendour which, quite literally, takes your breath away with its total magnificence, where no detail is overlooked in Wright's search for perfection, which he achieved with this remarkable production, endowing it with a sense of gravity, where regality blends with imaginative finesse in a dazzling confection.
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Some dancers naturally possess the regality of the Lilac Fairy, others the attack of Kitri.
Ritchie adds his trademark spin to the story, shunning regality and infusing the street-smarts seen in his films like Lock, Stock and Two Smokin' Barrels, Snatch etc.
Morocco If you want to have a cup of tea in Morocco get ready for some regality as ornate teapots that are engraved in silver are used to prepare the beverage.
I thrilled to Battle's voice, of course, but even as a young Korean-American child who thrived on playing Rachmaninoff and Chopin as quickly and loudly as possible, I remember listening to that recording and being struck by the majesty of Margo's playing--the regality of her pacing, her keen support, the lucidity of her hands, and the beauty and clarity of her sound.
In this vein, it is instructive to note that the Hebrew word for Nazirite, nazir, is related to the word nezer, "crown." Properly performed, nezirut offers its practitioners the opportunity to lead their lives with an added measure of dignity, perhaps even of regality. Yet the practice can also lead to arrogance and self-importance, if appropriate perspective is not maintained.
(King Lear, I.iv.17-19) thus underlying Lear's inconsequence: he does not realize he no longer has any right to the representation of his regality (Carpi, 2010).
Regality is worth one last shot in the maiden company in the EBF Median Auction Maiden Stakes at Brighton.