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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.

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Expected to open in 2018, Hyatt Regency Sofia will deliver on the contemporary expectations of guests and meeting planners.
The consideration to be received by Regency common unitholders represents an approximately 13% premium to the closing price of Regency's common units of 23.
In Elmira, Regency is located in a 280,000-square-foot building for manufacturing and warehousing.
Under the terms of the merger agreement, which has been approved by the boards of directors and Conflicts Committees of both ETP and Regency, the unitholders of Regency will receive 0.
Regency will receive a cash payment equal to the total Haynesville Expansion Project capital expenditures paid through the closing date, subject to certain adjustments.
We are excited and honored to return the Hyatt Regency brand here as a place for any and every occasion, said Larry Tchou, Group President, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation.
Regency owns approximately 4,000 miles of gas gathering pipelines and 175,000 horsepower of compression in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Kansas, a 320-mile intrastate pipeline in North Louisiana, and 13 processing and treating plants, with a combined throughput of 1.
Chevonne O'Shaughnessy, Laura Voros, Christina Raggi Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Ste 1707