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  • 1kingly — kingliness, n. /king lee/, adj., kinglier, kingliest, adv. adj. 1. stately or splendid, as resembling, suggesting, or befitting a king; regal: He strode into the room with a kingly air. 2. pertaining or proper to a king: kingly power. 3. having… …

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  • 2kingly — adjective having the rank of or resembling or befitting a king symbolizing kingly power the murder of his kingly guest • Syn: ↑kinglike • Similar to: ↑noble • Derivationally related forms: ↑king …

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  • 3kingly — kingly, regal, royal, queenly, imperial, princely are comparable when meaning of, relating to, or befitting one who occupies a throne. Kingly, regal, and royal are often interchanged, especially when used in reference to a monarch who is called… …

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  • 4Kingly office of Christ — Scripture does not teach calling on the saints or pleading for help from them. For it sets before us Christ alone as mediator, atoning sacrifice, high priest, and intercessor. A.C. Article XXI.[1] The Kingly office of Christ is one of the… …

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  • 5Kingly office of Christ —    One of the three special relations in which Christ stands to his people. Christ s office as mediator comprehends three different functions, viz., those of a prophet, priest, and king. These are not three distinct offices, but three functions… …

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  • 6France — • Geography, statistics, and history Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. France     France     † …

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  • 7kinglike — adjective having the rank of or resembling or befitting a king symbolizing kingly power the murder of his kingly guest • Syn: ↑kingly • Similar to: ↑noble • Derivationally related forms: ↑king …

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  • 8throne — I. noun Etymology: Middle English trone, throne, from Anglo French trone, from Latin thronus, from Greek thronos more at firm Date: 13th century 1. a. the chair of state of a sovereign or high dignitary (as a bishop) b. the seat of a deity 2.… …

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  • 9Germany — • History divided by time periods, beginning with before 1556 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Germany     Germany     † …

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  • 10International Law —     International Law     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► International Law     International law has been defined to be the rules which determine the conduct of the general body of civilized states in their dealings with each other (American and… …

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  • 11Roman consul — This article is about the highest office of the Roman Republic. For other, see Consul. Ancient Rome This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Ancient Rome …

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  • 12Constitutional Convention (United States) — Federal Convention redirects here. For other uses, see Federal Convention (disambiguation). Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States, by Howard Chandler Christy. The Constitutional Convention …

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  • 13Coronation of the French monarch — Coronation of Louis VIII of France and Blanche of Castile at Reims in 1223; a miniature from the Grandes Chroniques de France, circa 1450. The accession of the King of France was legitimated by coronation …

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  • 14Henry of Segusio — Henry of Segusio, usually called Hostiensis, (c. 1200 – November 6 or 7, 1271)1 was an Italian canonist of the thirteenth century, born at Susa (Segusio), in the ancient Diocese of Turin. He died at Lyon.LifeHe gave himself up to the study of… …

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  • 15Eschatology of Jehovah's Witnesses — The eschatology of Jehovah s Witnesses is central to their religious beliefs. They believe that Jesus Christ has been ruling in heaven as king since 1914 (a date they believe was prophesied in Scripture), and that after that time a period of… …

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  • 16HENRY VII —    king of England from 1485 to 1509, son of Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, first of the Tudor monarchs, born at Pembroke Castle; after defeating and slaying Richard III. on Bosworth Field he assumed the crown, and by his marriage with Elizabeth …

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  • 17Paris — /par is/; for 2 also Fr. /pann rddee /, n. 1. Matthew. See Matthew of Paris. 2. Ancient, Lutetia Parisiorum, Parisii /peuh riz ee uy /. a city in and the capital of France and capital of Ville de Paris Department, in the N part, on the Seine.… …

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  • 18Development of Jehovah's Witnesses doctrine — Part of a series on Jehovah s Witnesses Overview …

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  • 19Ashvamedha — ), but does not allude to the full ritual according to the Yajurveda.Gayatri Pariwar have been organising performances of a modernised version of the sacrifice, not involving actual animal sacrifice, since 1991.The Vedic sacrificeThe Ashvamedha… …

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  • 20King David —     King David     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► King David     In the Bible the name David is borne only by the second king of Israel, the great grandson of Boaz and Ruth (Ruth, iv, 18 sqq.). He was the youngest of the eight sons of Isai, or Jesse… …

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