The emperor opposes the affair and eventually Anarkali sacrifices herself to save the prince.
Lo and behold, the past year has revealed that the emperor has no clothes—and many of his devout followers are naked, too!
Also on stage was the elegant Siddhartha Mukherjee, a cancer doctor and author of the bestselling The emperor of All Maladies.
Moreover, Saint Martin went to Trier and confronted the emperor.
He also eventually comes around, killing the emperor and saving his son, Luke.
The emperor, Alexius, intending to complain, sent messengers to Peter.
Yes, to Germany, to help the emperor to set the world on fire.
The emperor had first proposed it while serving under Henry's banners in France.
In 1800 an edict of the emperor prohibited the importation of opium into his dominions.
But of the emperor they said, "He is in the clothes closet!"
early 13c., from Old French empereor (accusative; nominative emperere; Modern French empereur), from Latin imperiatorem (nominative imperiator) "commander, emperor," from past participle stem of imperare "to command" (see empire).
Originally a title conferred by vote of the Roman army on a successful general, later by the Senate on Julius and Augustus Caesar and adopted by their successors except Tiberius and Claudius. In the Middle Ages, applied to rulers of China, Japan, etc.; only non-historical European application in English was to the Holy Roman Emperors (who in German documents are called kaiser), from late 13c., until in 1804 Napoleon took the title "Emperor of the French."