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the immediate family of a reigning monarch.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Vowing the kingdom would become self-sufficient, the
set out to revolutionize agriculture in the mostly arid country.
Photos in the lobby show the
cavorting in the pool and attending formal parties.
At first it was the
and celebrities whose messages were found to have been intercepted.
Complaints are growing that the
owns too much of the country.
Victory is a great tonic, and the war ended with the
more popular than it had been for decades.
Defence and national security matters and stories related to the
are strictly out of bounds.
The banker hopes the
will step in quickly to resolve all this and, if necessary, take over the conglomerates.
The best of the songs written by official musicians of the court are those in praise of members of the
The only people allowed to enter were members of the
, their entourage and priests.
The tradition of not lampooning the
, for example.
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