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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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Subsequently, this legend becomes the history of the exiling of kings, the end of the regal period in Rome paving way for the Republic to emerge.
But it was difficult not to feel a twinge of sentimentality over the news that the Del Boy Reliant Regal van used in Only Fools and Horses was up for sale.
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.
(6) I am grateful here for the observation of Steve Chibnall, who suggests that the prevalence of "Regal" as a name for ABC's cinemas may imply that Cinema Accessories' two Regals were constructed with the intention of leasing them to ABC.
ORNATE Where the Supreme Court will sit LEGAL REGALS From left, Lord Kerr, Lord Roger, Lord Mance, Deputy President of the Supreme Court Lord Hope, Lady Hale, President of the Supreme Court Lord Phillips, Lord Brown, Lord Saville, Lord Collins, Lord Walker and Lord Clarke outside their new building in Parliament Square yesterday after being sworn in
I just couldn't ask for Regals while she was there."
ATHOL - Albert Welch pondered long and hard whether "regals" was a legitimate word to play in Scrabble, but decided not to challenge it.
Pelargonium Lord Bute is one of the fanciest regals, with stunning white flowers heavily blotched with intense salmon pink.
With the rise of TV in the 1960s and '70s, our Empires, Regals, Roxies, Supers, Gaumonts and Coliseums closed to become bingo halls, which were then replaced by shopping malls, car parks, health clubs and carpet warehouses.
Judging by the smokey sea of Embassy Regals that waved back, I think the fine people of Maryhill appreciated my tuneless but enthusiastic gesture.