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- noun Plural form of
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Europe before the little kinglings of Etruria and of Rome.
The pliant, credulous nature of the Luzon settlers -- the fact that they professed no deeply-rooted religion, and -- although advanced from the migratory to the settled condition -- were mere nominal lieges of their puppet kinglings, were facilities for the achievement of conquest.
In the midst of them, Hakon, King of Sogn, one of the independent kinglings who reigned in the then chaotic Norway, watched the departure of his son.
Baldwin, who came after him, might have been compared with any of those kinglings who succeeded Charlemagne, and sat in their palaces while the empire fell to pieces.
In 1744 this daughter of one of the innumerable German kinglings became
He was peaceful, because of his conscious relation to God; in other respects, he takes fire, like an Arah sheikh, at the injuries suffered by Lot, and goes to war with the combined kinglings immediately.