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REGENCY. The authority of the person in monarchical countries invested with the right of governing the state in the name of the monarch, during his minority, absence, sickness or other inability.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Chief Executive Scott Kaintz said: "The refinancing of our existing loan note obligations over a five-year period is a key step in putting Regency on a sustainable development pathway.
Also, Hyatt Regency Lisbon will mark continued growth for the brand in Europe, joining Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Mediterranee and the soon-to-open Hyatt Regency Barcelona Fira and Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid.
Included within the hotel's portfolio of amenities are dedicated airline lounges, a Regency Club lounge, a swimming pool and a spectacular 23,680-sq-ft lobby.
Real efforts to accelerate infrastructure in Bekasi Regency are like the construction of the South Tambun Underpass with a width of 22 meters and a length of 162 meters consisting of four lanes.
Hyatt Regency Phuket Resort, which officially opened on 24 December 2013, is blessed with one of the best locations on the Thai island.
In addition to the baseball experience, as the closest hotel to the Gateway Arch, Hyatt Regency St.
Regency Interior offers excellent repellency against common household stains to keep walls, ceilings and trim looking new--making it ideal for withstanding wear and tear in high-traffic areas.
Baker Botts acted as legal counsel to Regency. Barclays acted as financial advisor and Richards Layton & Finger acted as legal counsel to ETP's conflicts committee.
"Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights will provide a welcome place for business travellers, convention goers and vacationers alike.
The Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights will be launched in March next year, the developers have announced.
Regency and AEU will contribute all previously signed agreements to the joint venture.