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  • See also: Regent and régent Wikipedia has an article on: regent Wikipedia From Anglo-Norman regent, Middle French regent, and their source, Latin
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  • ‎(régent) From English regent. Regent m ‎(genitive Regents, plural Regents) regent (member of governing board of a college or university in an English-speaking
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  • institute (category en:Universities)
    William Shakespeare (c.1564–1616) We institute your Grace / To be our regent in these parts of France. (ecclesiastical, law) To invest with the spiritual
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  • (to create thunderbolts). 2011, Mike Shel, "Ecology of the Oni", Jade Regent: The Brinewall Legacy, Paizo Publishing, ISBN 978-1-60125-361-3, page 69:
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  • högskola +‎ styrelse högskolestyrelse c a board (of regents) of a college (or university)
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  • name of Brahma of a son of Bhrigu and father of Shukra that of Shukra (regent of the planet Venus and preceptor of the demons) name of the planet Venus
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  • was late getting home—I had tickets for Mum and her friend to go to the Regent that night and she was annoyed because I was late. 2007, Ruby Langford
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  • shifted its position continually […] 1872, Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution, p. 425, When this débâcle commences […]
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  • non- +‎ regent nonregent ‎(plural nonregents) (Britain, universities) A master of arts whose regency has ceased. regent Part or all of this entry has
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  • nobleman, Shapur of the Mihran family, who helped Kavadh to remove the regent. 1991, Chr[istian] Gorm Tortzen, quoting Johan Gustaf Wahlbom, “Male
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  • brush your teeth, then you may go to bed. then, in that case Als het regent of sneeuwt, dan moet de auto toch veilig zijn.‎ If it rains or snows, the
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  • deliver original discourses, memoriter. 1837, University of the State of New York, Annual Report of the Regents, Volumes 50-51, page 90, There are certain
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  • no blame can be attached to him for its mismailing. 1976, The Regents of the University of California, Transcripts of Developments Tapes (page 8) If the
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  • sorcerer”) → Persian: بخشی ‎(baxši, “scribe, secretary; surgeon; vice-regent; inspector; grand falconer”) → Uyghur: باخشى ‎(baxshi, “sorcerer, shaman
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  • Natural History (N.Y.), University of the State of New York. Board of Regents, Annual report of the Regents of the University Each one wore a mask or
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  • university, etc.). 2007 December 18, “Troubled Manhattan Commercial College to Close”, in New York Times[1]: In September, the Board of Regents said
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  • during this Period’, 649, footnote s: There was a meeting, indeed, of the regents, and others, at Perth, in October, 1290, when they heard of the lamented
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  • family Psittacidae—the regent parrot. Gill, F. and Wright, M. (2006) Birds of the World: Recommended English Names, Princeton University Press, ISBN 978-0691128276
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  • better, longer or louder than. 1831, Thomas Thomson, "The London Drama, Regent's Park, London, Monday, Jan. 10th, 1831, in The Edinburgh Literary Journal;
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