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monarch

1. a sovereign head of state, esp a king, queen, or emperor, who rules usually by hereditary right
2. a large migratory butterfly, Danaus plexippus, that has orange-and-black wings and feeds on the milkweed plant: family Danaidae

Monarch

A data capture program from Datawatch Corporation, Chelmsford, MA, (www.datawatch.com), that is used to transfer data from mainframe and minicomputer reports to the PC. It uses report files that contain data ready to print. Users identify the data directly from the report format on screen, and the program copies the data into the fields of various database or spreadsheet formats for the PC.
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The final section discusses later representations of the first two queens regnant, Mary and Elizabeth Tudor.
Despite recent reassessments of Mary Tudor's reign as England's first crowned queen regnant, she is still best known as the monarch in whose reign almost 300 Protestants died by burning.
He charged that "a system of prince bishops has arisen [in North America] who appear to have unfettered control over their rapidly diminishing flocks, from which all who dissent from the regnant liberalism are being driven out.
Wu Zetian, referred to as the Sacred and Divine Empress Regnant, founded the Zhou dynasty after mounting the heavenly throne in the 8th Century.
We felt that by example and by unexplained forces in history our dream would become the regnant reality of history.
Holly Snyder's chapter argues that the synagogue was not quite the core of social and religious existence for Jews in the colonial period that is claimed by the regnant historiography.
Senate, for instance, or the "faculty and administrator watchdogs" in academia who pounce on even the slightest slips by those who fail to "observe the regnant pieties regarding race, class, or gender in their public statements.
Sharon Jansen is a historian who has published a number of fine books, including Dangerous Talk and Strange Behavior: Women and Popular Resistance to the Reforms of Henry VIII and, of particular interest to this review, The Monstrous Regiment of Women: Female Rulers in Early Modern Europe, a book that examined the strong women who ruled in a variety of fashions, as regnant or regent.
Last year, while I was heavily regnant with Theodore, we couldn't fly so we headed up the coast for a few days.
It will be interesting to see whether New Testament scholarship responds to his book by rethinking some of its regnant assumptions.
Medio siglo de creacion poetica desde su primer libro Del movimiento y de la inmovilidad de Douve (1954) hasta nuestros dias, en que el poeta ha dejado hitos fundamentales como Hier regnant desert (1958), Recits en reve (1987), L'Arriere-Pays (1972), Debut et fin de la neige (1991), y Les planches courbes (2001).
Increasingly a resort to force in the form of aggressive war proved impractical, less on account of regnant policy and more as a result of a simple lack of resources: hence the recourse to commerce and its civilizing influences, which aligned itself with Enlightenment attitudes.