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CZAR. A title of honor which is assumed by the emperor of all the Russias. See Autocracy.

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The monument to Tsar Dusan is part of the "Skopje 2014" project and BDI, along with PDSH, actively participated in its realization.
The first colonel of the Scots Greys, Thomas Dalyell, fled his captors during the English civil war in 1651 and served Tsar Alexei I.
Tsar Boris III is the father of Bulgaria's last Tsar, Simeon II Saxe-Coburg, who served as a minor Tsar in 1943-1946, and as Bulgaria's Prime Minister in 2001-2005.
He emphasized though that whether the Government discusses the monument to Tsar Dusan depended on the position of BDI's central presidency.
Labour's Alan Milburn got a job in 2010 as the social mobility tsar with the aim of reducing poverty and helping more working-class students get into top universities.
TSAR also supports local communities and is working closely with the Scottish Ambulance Service and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
Three years later the cup was given as a gift to Tsar Mikhail Fedorovich and has remained in Russia ever since.
Tsar Paul looked a shade unlucky then, but at least his showing proved he is on the way back to his best form of two seasons ago after failing to distinguish himself during 2011.
Moreover, King George V, who ruled from 1910-36, was a cousin of our Tsar Nicholas II, so the British princes are his distant nephews," he explained.
The same day a messenger from the Tsar brought a letter to Magnus, demanding the Duke's imminent arrival and promising not to conclude any agreements with the Polish-Lithuanian Lithuanian delegation staying in Moscow.
Tsar Nicholas II (18 May 1868 - 17 July 1918) was the last Emperor of Russia, Grand Duke of Finland, and titular King of Poland.
Tsar Nicholas II was appointed Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Scots Greys after his coronation in 1896, and wore the regiment's uniform when he landed at Leith on his way to visit Queen Victoria at Balmoral, and again when he took breakfast at Preston Station on his return journey, in October, 1896.