from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Government; rule.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete Rule.
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- noun obsolete
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The exquisite art of Audran and of the regence cannot be better seen than in this set of tapestries which was woven but once at the royal factory, although repeated many times elsewhere with the border altered,
Twenty-eight pieces composed the series, and they were drawn with that exquisite combination of romantic scenes and fields of pure decorative design that characterised the charm of the regence.
Madame de Maintenon to those produced by Audran and his school under the regence.
It is an ungrateful task to pick flaws with a period so firmly enthroned in the affections as that of the regence and the early years of the reign of Louis XV.
Mme. Coralie-Cohen at Neuilly-Suresnes; and the flowers of Mme. Boullerot, etc. The committee, persuaded that the exhibit would be more attractive if the display were set off by an appropriate entourage, has designed a charming "salon regence," adorned with the following works of art: The tapestry exhibited by M.
Chronique de la regence et du règne de Louis XV. (1718-63) ou
Roi de Swede aussitôt que les états ont eu le tems pour faire une autre forme de regence.
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