sceptre


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the imperial authority symbolized by a scepter

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a ceremonial or emblematic staff

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Sceptre held a distinct advantage two furlongs out but Ard Patrick reduced the deficit and the pair raced neck and neck into the final furlong, where Sceptre again drew ahead, but Ard Patrick had something in reserve - despite what in this era would be considered a colossal weight burden - and finished the stronger to win a thrilling contest by a neck.
The Queen Victoria statue in Birmingham's Victoria Square which had been missing its sceptre, left
And hundreds of Navy workers bid an emotional farewell as HMS Sceptre was removed from active service On June 22.
Files of evidence were presented to the Crown Prosecution Service and a decision was made to charge Linda Greenwood, 28, of Sceptre Place, Newcastle, with racially-aggravated harassment.
Guy Schwinge, of the auction house which is to sell the sceptre in Dorchester, Dorset, said: "The vendor paid next to nothing and it could fetch up to pounds 100,000.
there is a reference to a Xsceptrum which Smith in Flora Neotropica14 part2 1977 page 1274 says is Sceptre d'or which could well refer to the French hybrid but doesn't
He is one of three potential winners of the SCEPTRE Town Centre Shopping Centre Manager of the Year Award, which will be presented at a dinner in London on June 7.
The cost of the Sceptre TC GPRS product was not revealed.
TECHNOLOGY developed by the Russian space programme is being harnessed by South Wales company Sceptre Communications to tackle a worldwide optical wireless market worth a massive $3.
UK contractor Thales Sensors has developed a new electronic support (ES) system (designated as Centaur) that is to replace the company's Sceptre A ES systems aboard Royal Australian Navy ANZAC class frigates.
Sources report that UK contractor Thales Sensors (Crawley, West Sussex, UK) has developed a new electronic-support (ES) system, dubbed Centaur, which is to replace the company's Sceptre A ES systems aboard Royal Australian Navy Anzac-class frigates.
CHRYSLER UK announced the new style Humber Sceptre Estate in October, 1974.
The crew of the trawler Golden Sceptre found themselves in peril when they ran into near-gale force winds 100 miles east of Shetland .
Middleton, who "extended his iron sceptre without resistance.
IN Ulysses, Blazes Boylan wagers and loses on the racehorse Sceptre in the Ascot Gold Cup.