crown jewels

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regalia (jewelry and other paraphernalia) worn by a sovereign on state occasions

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The dad of Prince William and Prince Harry won't be required to wear crown jewels as the new king.
These so-called crown jewels are the prized real estate belonging to the government of any country.
The indications we have been given is our crown jewels will be shown on the main ITV channel," he said.
Once you understand your global crown jewels and adversaries, you can and should build risk-based real security around the things that matter most.
Entrance to the Tower of London including the Crown Jewels exhibition ?
David Kelsey four from Dobshill with his crown jewels L-R: The real Crown jewels, Faye Kelsey, 9, showing off her handiwork and Annabel Wearing, 4, making her crown jewels
As redress for the execution of Edward, Angers today demands that the Crown Jewels of England be transferred to Angers," the Daily Express quoted a petition posted on the city's official website as reading.
Of particular interest in Her Majesty The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Year, replicas of the Crown Jewels comprising the Coronation Crown, Orb and Sceptre will be offered at auction.
After that, if Wales' Six Nations matches are added to the Crown Jewels list, Sky would be excluded from the bidding process.
The inquiry team decided Wales' Six Nations matches should be on the Crown Jewels list because as many as seven out of 10 households tune in.
We are cash-neutral, so we can afford to buy before we sell but we won't sell our crown jewels," said Peace.
The Members of the Crown Jewels is getting ready for their next event, The Royal Purple Luncheon at Spago, where Leeza Gibbons will be their guest speaker.
One of the last remaining crown jewels in Tribeca, 443-453 Greenwich Street, a two-building commercial office property totaling 217,549 s/f which occupies approximately three quarters of a city block, has just traded for $115 million.
He describes the long journey of the diamond from its place among the French crown jewels and its purchase by jeweler Pierre Cartier, who manufactured the story behind the diamond's "curse.
Yet, these applications are also the crown jewels of mission critical computing, containing vital competitive advantage in the intellectual property they compile over the years.