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ruling

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exercising power or authority

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Reigning Binibining Pilipinas Intercontinental Karen Gallman recalled her pageant journey with a behind-the-scenes photo of her fellow Binibinis via Instagram stories today, June 9.
Reigning Olympic champ LaShawn Merritt is the heavy favorite.
Queen Victoria was the last British monarch to reign for 60 years Tony Blair was the first PM the Queen has worked with to be born during her reign 8 The Queen with Pope John Paul II, one of six Popes during her reign The monarch has attended the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday in almost every year of her 60 as Queen The Queen has sat for 129 official portraits, including one by Rolf Harris in 2006 win the Aberfan 3322 The Queen has taken the forces' salute in all but one Trooping the Colour during her time on the throne 4488 The birth of Prince Andrew was the first time a reigning monarch had given birth since Queen Victoria in 1857 The Queen's 60-year reign has generated a host of amazing milestones
Summary: The Queen has become the second-longest reigning monarch in 1,000 years of British history.
3 : to be the best or most powerful <the reigning champions>
Yahweh seated in the sanctuary, reigning over the nations, now comes to set his reign in motion in justice.
THE Queen becomes the fourth longest reigning monarch in 1,000 years today.
Elizabeth II, who acceded on February 6, 1952, overtakes Edward III, who was proclaimed King on January 25, 1327 and died on June 21, 1377, reigning for 50 years and 148 days.
Peter's was consecrated in 1626, 1300 years after the original Constantinian basilica, the great challenge to decorate the immense church was taken as a stimulating opportunity by the reigning pope Urban VIII.