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“Regal is also shrinking the size of their medium popcorn and raising the price in order to try and convince people to buy the large.”
“Thomas noticed that King had mentioned being employed at the theater in Sterling, so he called Regal and found out when King would be in -- which turned out to be today.”
“Still, John only stumbled across the "not a recall" when he called Regal Lager about a different issue; and his local retailer hadn't heard about it at all, but promptly gave him the option to upgrade to a Vibe, downgrade to a Sport, or wait for a fix.”
“Thanks to Heather Carroll of The Duchess of Devonshire's Gossip Guide for bringing attention to Alexia Sinclair's amazing series of portraits called The Regal Twelve.”
“The Regal is the smallest model from Buick, brought over from GM's German Opel subsidiary.”
“The group analyzed how much fat and calories are in a medium sized popcorn from Regal, which is the country's largest movie chain.”
“Secretly, I wanna take out a small business loan and open a bar on Capitol Hill (Seattle) called the Regal Beagle.”
“Marcus Brandt/AFP/Getty Images 15A girl curtsies to a cardboard cutout of Prince William and Kate Middleton as she attends the Princess Prep special workshop called "Regal Rules: An Introduction to Royal Manners & Behaviour" in central London on April 2.”
“• Regal Entertainment Group, owner and operator of the largest movie theater circuit in the nation, announced the launch of a new giant screen, all-digital format called the Regal Premium Experience.”
“And it's always at the center of the Cheers Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think Three's Company because, hello, it's called The Regal Beagle!”
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