The kingdom of Saudi Arabia also did not want a repeat of the Zia-Zulfi nightmare.
But once it was, it became the subject of coverage and debate throughout the kingdom.
MacDonald saw a lot that day, including gold candlesticks, the kingdom of Heaven, and lots of violent judgment for the wicked.
But Dido got to the loot first, and absconded with it to North Africa, where she set up her kingdom.
To date, there have only been stirrings of protest in the Sunni heartland against the kingdom itself.
Grain will be in demand in this kingdom, and in the south of Europe.
Christian Greece weaker than at any time since she became a kingdom.
That is the kingdom of another who, they say, is called Love.
For Thine Is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory for ever and ever.
That night—and under my eyes—he seemed to be coming into his kingdom.
Old English cyningdom; see king + -dom. Cognate with Old Saxon kuningdom, Middle Dutch koninghdom, Old Norse konungdomr. The usual Old English word was cynedom; Middle English also had kingrick (for second element, see Reichstag). Meaning "one of the realms of nature" is from 1690s. Kingdom-come "the next world" (1785) is from the Lord's Prayer.
The highest classification into which living organisms are grouped in Linnean taxonomy, ranking above a phylum. One widely accepted system of classification divides life into five kingdoms: prokaryotes, protists, fungi, plants, and animals. See Table at taxonomy.
In biology, the largest of the divisions of living things. The best-known kingdoms are those of the plants and animals. Modern biologists recognize three additional kingdoms: Monera (or Prokaryotae) (for example, bacteria and blue-green algae), Protoctista (for example, red algae, slime molds, and amoebas and other protozoa), and fungi. (See Linnean classification.)