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most generally existing or encountered at a given time

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exercising power or authority

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From a scholarly point of view, this high number of women in regnant roles constitutes a rich field of investigation that permits a variety of approaches to the study of queens and queenship.
At a time when successful queens regnant were few and far between, Isabella faced not only the considerable challenge of being a young, female ruler in an overwhelmingly male-dominated world, but also of reforming a major European kingdom riddled with crime, debt, corruption, and religious factions.
Ce sont la les propos du selectionneur des Super Eagles, le Francais Gernot Rohr, qui a affirme jeudi en conference de presse d'avant-match, miser sur l'excellent etat d'esprit regnant au sein de l'equipe depuis le succes arrache en terre zambienne, pour surmonter l'absence de son habituel keeper, Ikeme (blesse) et esperer epingler l'Algerie a son tableau de chasse.
Hasia Diner is an extremely accomplished historian of American Jewry whose many books offer bold challenges to the regnant views of crucial matters such as the causes and nature of the various migrations of Jews to America, Jewish-Black relations, and, most controversially, what she called "the myth of silence after the Holocaust.
Decentralisation will be regnant and we will return to the exciting commercial milieu of the medieval bazaar.
The regnant Miss Cebu 2016 Raine Baljak came with her court-Tracy Perez, Shaila Mae Rebortera, Merl Gayo and Felina Lim, garbed by Dino Lloren; Roni Yu, Mary Ty, Rei Escario and Marichu Tan.
P REGNANT women, teenage girls and women of reproductive age are among the most vulnerable to iron deficiency anaemia because of high iron requirements.
Queen Margrethe II is the first Queen regnant of Denmark after an unbroken line of 50 kings dating back to King Harald, who founded the Kingdom of Denmark in the tenth century.
Among the Queen's numerous female correspondents, was the uniquely comparable Dona Maria da Gloria II, Queen of Portugal--exactly the same age as Victoria, married to one of her cousins, and dealing with the same problems of reconciling the roles of wife, mother, both queen regnant and queen pregnant.
As a useful antidote to the regnant egalitarianism of our time, I recommend (and practise) an annual re-reading of George Orwell's masterpiece Animal Farm-, better than any political science text, it explains how equality enslaves rather than liberates.
Stoicism was the regnant philosophy of the Greco-Roman culture at the time of the NT's compilation.
La Bourse a ete affectee par l'atmosphere politique et economique regnant dans le pays, notamment concernant le rapport de Morgan Stanley Coutry Index qui est revenu sur sa decision concernant la non retrograde de l'Egypte de la categorie [beaucoup moins que]pays emergents[beaucoup plus grand que], une decision qui etait tant redoutee par les investisseurs.
McEntegart usefully complicates the regnant historiography of Henrician diplomacy, which downplays theological factors and emphasizes diplomatic interests.
Day after day, democracy is going to be the real regnant in the region, and the bilateral relations between Turkish and Kurdish journalists and intellectuals is going to be strengthen than ever.
The story in short; Holmes and his faithful sidekick were contacted by the mysterious and duplicitous Prince Regnant of Bulgaria, following the theft of an ancient and sacred manuscript.