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  • n. Plural form of regulus.

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  • Possessions and their tenures, being of this nature, show the balance of the Teuton monarchy, wherein the riches of earls were so vast that to arise from the balance of their dominion to their power, they were not only called reguli, or little kings, but were such indeed; their jurisdiction being of two sorts, either that which was exercised by them in the court of their countries, or in the high court of the kingdom.

    The Commonwealth of Oceana

  • On March 31st there was a violent quarrel between the women of two settlements, and the "reguli" embarked with all their host, to fight it out; Rampano was the victor, and after the usual palaver the vanquished was compelled to pay a heavy fine.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo Volume 1

  • Tacitus doesn't mention a name, he only says:quidam in Britanniam rapti et remissi a regulis - some had been carried to Britain and were sent back by little kings reguli.

    Locations: Kinder Scout, Derbyshire

  • Guvernul imprimă bani, prevede sistemul sociale stabile, sistemul de piaţă stabilă, impune reguli de joc echitabile, asigură bănci, şi aşa mai departe. venituri din muncă datorează guvernamentale pentru asigurarea unui sistem stabil şi furnizarea de servicii sociale Capitalismul este incapabil de a furniza, cum ar fi poliţia, drumuri, pompieri, şi aşa mai departe.

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  • Rame de Vest-le ca reguli care nu trebuie să fie încălcate.

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  • On March 31st there was a violent quarrel between the women of two settlements, and the “reguli” embarked with all their host, to fight it out; Rampano was the victor, and after the usual palaver the vanquished was compelled to pay a heavy fine.

    Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo

  • Postquam illi more regio justa magnifice fecerant, reguli [64] in unum convenerunt, ut inter se de cunctis negotiis disceptarent.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • The entire people are slaves owned by the Sultan and these Datos, who exercise over the unfortunate wretches the worst species of tyrannical power; for as these nobles or _reguli_ are subject to no law but there own caprice, if any slave displeases his master, he can, without the slightest fear of having to give any account of the circumstance to a living soul, draw his kris, and murder the slave.

    Recollections of Manilla and the Philippines During 1848, 1849 and 1850

  • The chief king indeed presided at Tara, and enjoyed the reputation and emoluments flowing to him on that account, but, upon the whole, no Irish king exercised more than a local sovereignty; they were all reguli, petty kings, and their direct authority was small.

    Early Bardic Literature, Ireland.

  • In the middle of the ninth century, Harold Harfager, one of the reguli of Norway, subdued the other petty rulers, and made himself king of the whole country.

    Notes and Queries, Number 182, April 23, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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