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Synonyms for sceptre

the imperial authority symbolized by a scepter


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a ceremonial or emblematic staff

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Most important, all Sceptre Journeys offer guaranteed departures.
Sceptre, the 24th Bond film, will be released in November.
A special acknowledgement also went to Harry Pattinson, from Sceptre Place.
Sceptre Leisure Solutions is part of a PS36 million turnover group and has its HQ in Preston.
The SCEPTRE awards recognise best practice and people in the shopping centre industry and are the sector's top accolades.
Because Windsurfer is so flexible, and the Sceptre team understands each hotel's individual revenue strategies, we were able to do most of the work behind the scenes and not burden the hotels with data uploads.
Once the deal goes through, Natcan Investment Management Inc would be incorporated into Fiera Sceptre Inc's existing business.
Rock Sand was sent off the 5-4 favourite with Sceptre 7-4 and Ard Patrick, who had just been bought by the German government but ran in the colours of John Gubbins, a 5-1 chance.
Victoria's sceptre, cradled in her right hand, had been missing its top, known as a capital, since the early 1990s.
He was a Cunard cadet officer on SS Alsatia as Sceptre was loaded aboard at Southampton in summer 1958, as seen above, for the race, later lost to US rival Columbia.
An MoD spokeswoman said: "Submarines such as HMS Sceptre are dismantled in an environmentally way and as much material as possible is recycled.
The Sceptre Awards are held annually to recognise best practice in the shopping centre industry.
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The Sutton Hoo sceptre and the roots of Celtic kingship theory.
Peter Drabble has been named as a finalist in the 2005 SCEPTRE Awards, which recognise the best practice and the best people in the shopping-centre industry.