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REGNANT. One having authority as a king; one in the exercise of royal authority.

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The volume includes two further sections: a very short appendix (177-178) in which, quoting Poutrin and Schaub (2007), all the European queens regnant between 1500 and 1600 are set out on a grid and, finally, an index.
In an important argument, Diner claims that "the act of peddling erased linguistic, national, and religious differences as barriers to social integration" and served even to subvert regnant social norms among African-Americans and Native Americans in the United States, indigenous Africans in South Africa, Maori in New Zealand, and Aborigines in Australia (86).
This guide is challenging, both in the penetrating questions it asks readers about the regnant assessments of the relation of science and religion, and in its serious desire to advance the ongoing, and seemingly never ending, discussion of this topic.
1 A TINGLE YORK (A BBC boss) 2 A REGNANT IKON (Irish singer) 3 A EDNA ONE KIT (Something's Gotta Give actress) INITIALLY YOURS Which film, TV programme or musical number do these initials stand for?
He calls for radical discipleship, subversive to the regnant attitudes in the church--and relevant to much in the church of the twenty-first century.
Cardiff, while mourning a King, welcomed a new monarch, the first Queen Regnant since Victoria died more than half a century earlier.
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IT'S NOT WHAT YOU KNOW, IT'S WHO YOU KNOW: The old maxim has returned as the regnant logic of our networked age.
Next, he explores the contributions of Pentecostal philosophy within the contemporary philosophical milieu by challenging the regnant paradigms of both philosophy of religion (chap.
Both these women are included in this survey of both queens regnant and consort who became de facto regnant: the uncrowned Matilda, heir of Henry I, who struggled against her cousin Stephen to rule; Eleanor, consort of Henry II, who finally banished her and then imprisoned her for her support of his sons' revolt; Isabella, a nasty piece of work who turned against her husband, Edward II, and eventually allied with her lover, Roger Mortimer, to oust the King and, in the author's view, to have him killed; and Margaret, who ruled when the King's mental illness made him unfit.
London, May 12 (ANI): Researchers have found a possible way to curb regnant women from suffering post-natal depression.
Again, in obeisance to the regnant deconstructivist style, this pale building -- to judge from the renderings -- twists and swerves on its axis, as Libeskind's Freedom Tower was supposed to do, and as 1 Bryant Park is already doing, not to mention Nouvel's 53 West 53rd Street.