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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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • The Regal is the smallest model from Buick, brought over from GM's German Opel subsidiary.

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  • The group analyzed how much fat and calories are in a medium sized popcorn from Regal, which is the country's largest movie chain.

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  • Secretly, I wanna take out a small business loan and open a bar on Capitol Hill (Seattle) called the Regal Beagle.

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  • 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.

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  • • 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.

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  • 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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