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  • The court held its breath and stared at his Royal Majesty.

    PodCastle » PodCastle 41: Dragon Hunt

  • The court held its breath and stared at his Royal Majesty.

    PodCastle » 2009 » February

  • The basic meaning of the 1679 law was that individuals cannot be imprisoned just because the King finds it inconvenient to have them running around, mouthing off and flipping their thumbs at his Royal Majesty.

    The Magna Carta Undone

  • But for his Royal Majesty he fought with all his might

    Amherst Song

  • So let's bless the Royal Majesty, and bless the Royal son, sirs,

    The Guy Fawkes Song

  • England, plan to be on the cruise ship Royal Majesty, which will leave Boston Aug. 25 to take passengers to the site of the sinking about 400 miles (640 kilometers) off Newfoundland.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The trip to the site was arranged between Majesty Cruise Lines, owner of the Royal Majesty, and RMS Titanic Inc., which holds salvage rights to the liner.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Under the watchful eyes of the Palace Guard with their weapons at the ready, his Royal Majesty, singular ruler of the fertile gulf plain and self-proclaimed Anointed of the Gods, his Highness the Emperor

    Si'Wren of the Patriarchs

  • That saved his Royal Majesty; changed to the more simple couplet —

    The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II

  • Poet Laureat and Historiographer to his Royal Majesty; whose Poetry hath passed the World with the greatest Approbation and acceptance that may be, especially what he hath written of Dramatick, _viz.

    The Lives of the Most Famous English Poets (1687)


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