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See also: Regency From Latin rex/regere, and English abstract-noun suffix -ency. regency (countable and uncountable, plural regencies) A system of
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historical) A form of government administered by several councils rather than individual ministers; specifically that of Regency France from 1715-1718
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straight and perpendicular manner, had been adopted by D'Annunzio during his regency in Fiume. Like other rituals utilized by D'Annunzio, the salute became
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has an article on: 摂政 Wikipedia ja Wikipedia has an article on: Regency Wikipedia Shift in reading of shōshō above, using the kan'yōyomi of setsu
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Proto-Indo-European *h₃rḗǵs. Cognate with Dutch rijk, German Reich, or English regency (through Norman French) IPA(key): /ˈriːˌkɛ/ rike absolute definite natural
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sure-handed Groat. 2015, Jo Ann Ferguson, An Unexpected Husband: A Regency Romance, ISBN 1504009134: “My carriage is this way. My driver has not taken
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