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  • pronoun A title of respect used when referring to a king.


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  • "I have to call His Majesty and tell him about the Family -- stick around and give me moral support?"

    The Alembic Plot A Terran Empire novel

  • Edestone, in the meantime, through Sir Egbert Graves, had communicated with the King of England, politely calling His Majesty's attention to what he was doing, and begging that he would call upon his Allies to stop all hostilities, and intimating that the same treatment would be meted out to any who declined to comply with His Majesty's request.

    L.P.M. : the end of the Great War

  • Darbo said if President Jammeh is allowed to get his new title of king, or His Majesty, it would lead to a Jammeh family dynasty in the Gambia.

    Gambian Opposition Leader Critical of Bid to Make President Jammeh 'King'

  • At least he gave us a timetable for his departure with that idea, unlike His Majesty deciding when he might let New Yorkers vote for a new mayor.

    Rudy's Support Slipping In Multiple Polls

  • The State of the Union is all about His Majesty, the president.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • Hillary and I cherish the wonderful times we shared with you and His Majesty, and today we say to you, and indeed to all the King's large and loving family, our prayers are with you.

    Remarks Of The President On The Death Of King Hussei

  • Now imagine if this verdict is reached when the war is over, and His Majesty can devote his fall attention to the matter.

    Pastwatch, the Redemtion of Christopher Columbus

  • Well, this is something that our ambassador has taken up, the Secretary of State has discussed with His Majesty, as you may know, last week when they appeared together at a press conference in Amman.

    Backgrounder On Israeli Jordanian Signing

  • I believe most of them have taken refuge with Count Kyel-Semrud until His Majesty sees fit to restore them to favor.

    The Harp of Imach Thyssel

  • Since the above was written, some laws and edicts have been published by His Majesty, who was then in the town of Barcelona, in the month of November 1542 and in the town of Madrid the following year; these contain such provisions as now seem suitable to bring about the cessation of the great wickedness and sin committed against God and our fellow creatures, to the total ruin and destruction of that world.

    Bartholomew de Las Casas; his life, apostolate, and writings


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