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- Prince, Harold Smith Known as "Hal.” Born 1928. American stage director, producer, and writer whose productions include Damn Yankees (1955) and Fiorello! (1959), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize.
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- proper n. The title of a prince.
- proper n. A surname for someone who acted like a prince, or played the part in a pageant, or served in the household of a prince.
- proper n. A male given name in occasional use.
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We are enabled now to state that the Prince will immediately take, indeed he has already taken, the title of _Prince of Wales_, which it is generally understood he will enjoy -- at least if a child so young can be said to enjoy anything of the kind -- until an event shall happen which we hope will be postponed for a very protracted period.
Prince Albert, too, the ideal knight, the _Prince Arthur_ of our times, the good, wise, steady head and heart we -- that is, our world, we Anglo-Saxons -- need so much.
On the 15th of June, 1779, his Royal Highness Prince William Henry embarked on board his majesty's ship _Prince George_, 90 guns, to serve as a midshipman in the navy.
Hence we read about, _The Prince of the power of the Air_: Our _Air_ has a _power_? or an Army of Devils in the _High Places_ of it; and these Devils have a _Prince_ over them, who is _King over the Children of Pride_.
The prince of these present times the onely Monarch of this age, able to giue scepters to the potentates of the whole world, the shadow of the diuine mercy and grace, the distributer of many kingdoms, prouinces, townes and cities, Prince, and most sacred Emperour of Mecca, that is to say, of
Ornnge, Prince of, his mniriiige with the Prince** Royal of England, 6. 66,
If there was some exiled prince of Tchaka’s blood, who came back like Prince
Independently of the sensation made in the City by the new glory that has fallen upon the ninth of November (it is said that Sir PETER LAURIE has been so rapt by the auspicious coincidence, that he has done nothing since but talk and think of "the Prince of Wales" -- that on Wednesday last he rebuked an infant beggar with, "I've nothing for you, _Prince of
To an extent unprecedented since his great-uncle David later Edward VIII held the title Prince of Wales, Charles seeks an active role in public affairs.
Princess Victoria, daughter of Sweden's King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia, did what Zara Phillips would do a year later by marrying an athletic commoner, gym owner and personal trainer Daniel Westling who now goes by the title Prince Daniel.