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  • He stops by the table of a tall, thin, regal-looking man in a wheelchair.

    Shock of Gray

  • Normally a regal-looking figure with a dapper mustache and a high, commanding forehead, Sam was now a broken man, limping around the legation mansion with a bandage wrapped around his posterior, where he had taken a bullet while hurtling over the garden wall.

    Devil Dog

  • It was the morning of Thursday, Feb. 12, and Mr. Zakaria was sitting in a television studio in New York, conducting a taped interview via satellite with Mr. Karzai, who was sitting some 6,700 miles away in a regal-looking chair with purple upholstery and golden arms in the presidential palace in Kabul.

    When Hamid Karzai Speaks, Fareed Zakaria Listens

  • It was the morning of Thursday, Feb. 12, and Mr. Zakaria was sitting in a television studio in New York, conducting a taped interview via satellite with Mr. Karzai, who was sitting some 6,700 miles away in a regal-looking chair with purple upholstery and golden arms in the presidential palace in Kabul.

    When Hamid Karzai Speaks, Fareed Zakaria Listens

  • It was the morning of Thursday, Feb. 12, and Mr. Zakaria was sitting in a television studio in New York, conducting a taped interview via satellite with Mr. Karzai, who was sitting some 6,700 miles away in a regal-looking chair with purple upholstery and golden arms in the presidential palace in Kabul.

    When Hamid Karzai Speaks, Fareed Zakaria Listens

  • It was the morning of Thursday, Feb. 12, and Mr. Zakaria was sitting in a television studio in New York, conducting a taped interview via satellite with Mr. Karzai, who was sitting some 6,700 miles away in a regal-looking chair with purple upholstery and golden arms in the presidential palace in Kabul.

    When Hamid Karzai Speaks, Fareed Zakaria Listens

  • With it she wore her magnificent Poltimore tiara (known to her intimates as “me second-best tarara”), high and regal-looking with its stylized diamond leaves and flowers scintillating against her dark hair.

    Excerpt: The Princess and the Photographer

  • Thomas Phillips's portrait "George Gordon, Lord Byron" (1814) shows a rugged yet regal-looking Byron wearing a plush red velvet jacket and an Ottoman-style turban.

    Velvet Jackets With Turbans

  • Diamante started stocking its own interpretation of regal-looking accessories, such as tiaras, elbow-length gloves and stiletto-heeled slippers adorned with ribbons.

    Japan's Latest Fashion Has Women Playing Princess for a Day

  • Yukari Iwatani Kane/The Wall Street Journal The regal-looking outfits, including shoes and other accessories, can fetch up to $1,000 each.

    Regal European Dress Comes to Japan

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