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king-in-waiting

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  • "That's the best part of my day," jokes the 27-year-old who plays king-in-waiting Arthur.

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  • Now, Saudi rulers are expected to move quickly to name the new king-in-waiting - which royal protocol suggests will be Sultan's half brother, Prince Nayef.

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  • Still, she is a successful grandmother, judging by the effusive praise from Prince William, 29, the wildly popular king-in-waiting on whom the Windsor dynasty's future rests.

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  • He did manage to move off-campus, and the fact that his private house had to be bombproofed and protected by discreet security guards only emphasized his stature as a king-in-waiting that set him apart from fellow students.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • English king-in-waiting Prince William and lovely commoner Kate Middleton will finally tie the knot on Friday.

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  • Queen Elizabeth's long and healthy life -- she will shortly celebrate her 84th birthday and, in 2012, the jubilee of 60 years as sovereign -- may be a trial of patience to Charles as king-in-waiting.

    Irish Blogs

  • A Nigerian king-in-waiting has been awarded €10,000 compensation for unfair dismissal by Tesco

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  • Nigerian king-in-waiting who was fired after he overstayed a

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  • Seen as something of a small-L liberal in the Whig tradition, he was under pressure from more right-wing factions of the party who found their figurehead in king-in-waiting Peter Costello.

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  • Britain's king-in-waiting had a third woman in his life.

    The Economic Times

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