But the royalty may not be discussed in Thailand under penalty of law.
In a number of interviews over the years, Kelly admitted to Spoto that royalty was not all that it was cracked up to be.
He is as well-connected with rock stars as he is with royalty.
There were the usual suspects: Kate Middleton post baby, Beyoncé in her jumpsuit, and a smattering of European royalty.
This allows for artist compensation based on revenue rather than royalty, as Spotify does.
With less than two million inhabitants, she supports all the costly trappings of royalty, and keeps an army and navy.
There was something that is supposed to be the prerogative of royalty in the lift of it.
It has not been inhabited by royalty since the Revolution, but is a museum devoted “to all the glories of France.”
That's four million, and I should take a royalty of four shillings on wholesale orders.
But they were very early an emblem of royalty: and it is a circumstance included in their original name.
c.1400, "office or position of a sovereign," also "magnificence," from or modeled on Old French roialte (12c., Modern French royauté), from Vulgar Latin *regalitatem (nominative *regalitas), from Latin regalis (see royal). Sense of "prerogatives or rights granted by a sovereign to an individual or corporation" is from late 15c. From that evolved more general senses, such as "payment to a landowner for use of a mine" (1839), and ultimately "payment to an author, composer, etc." for sale or use of his or her work (1857). Cf. realty.
A payment made for some right or privilege, as when a publisher pays a royalty to an author for the author's granting the publisher the right to sell the author's book.