"Well, it's common knowledge and has been reported in the media," he said, "that al-Qaeda is going back into Iran and is receiving training and are coming back into Iraq from Iran." Joe Lieberman, traveling with Bush's heir presumptive
, corrected him: Shi'ite Iranians are no friends of Sunni al-Qaeda.
She is the only heir presumptive
to the throne to get married.
That meant as Edward Stanley he was heir presumptive
, not heir apparent to the earldom of his uncle.
When it came to casting, De Niro was set on recruiting his co-star (and heir presumptive
) from This Boy's Life, Leonardo DiCaprio, as the introverted young idealist from a privileged background who was recruited fresh from his Ivy League university.
In the absence of legitimate male heirs from her brothers, however, Marguerite was to marry the Bourbon heir presumptive
to the French throne.
Abildgaard, whose work included designs for the Levetzau Palace at Amalienborg for the heir presumptive
and whose Herculanean furniture, now in the Decorative Arts Museum in Copenhagen, languished for a long time as theatrical props.
;AT Newmarket, young Geordie Duffield boots home Neville Callaghan's 10-1 shot Aunt Augusta in the Autumn Handicap to scupper a gamble on Nicky Vigors' 4-1 fav Heir Presumptive
ridden by Paul Cook.
(Fulke Johnson Houghton) takes the first leg of the juvenile maiden and Hallodri (Jeremy Hindley) outstays Echo Summon in the mile-and-six heat.
They had no heir presumptive
to advance their cause, no southern noblemen to reinforce them, and they soon turned back on their own tracks.
The rivalry between her and Richard, duke of York, who had been heir presumptive
until the birth of Edward, brought on the Wars of the Roses between the houses of Lancaster and York.
Its synonyms include conjectural, speculative, tentative, probably, likely, supposed, expected as in the heir presumptive
. I don't think there's anything tentative or speculative in a landslide victory.
The third Earl of March, the Heir Presumptive
to King Richard II, was the father of Roger and Edward.