To the second floor on which the window was situated, he ascended, much pre-occupied in mind by the uncertainties besetting the Roman Empire, and much regretting the death of the amiable Pertinax: who only last night had left the Imperial affairs in a state of great confusion, by falling a victim to the fury of the praetorian guards
It would be easy to see this report as just one more piece of evidence that this president surrounds himself with people who harbor crazy ideas like setting up a Praetorian Guard
for Donald Trump to get past "the deep state.
And as the pair begins teaming up against Snoke's red-armor clad Praetorian Guard
, you can't blame yourself for thinking Kylo Ren has made a turn for the light side.
The military and the national guard, a 100,000-man praetorian guard
that was the long-standing preserve of King Abdullah and his closest associates, have remained silent in the wake of this weekend's arrest of guard commander Prince Mutaib bin Abdullah, a son of King Abdullah, and dismissal of navy commander Vice Admiral Abdullah bin Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Sultan, believed to be a son the late former defense minister and crown prince, Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
The hens, on the other hand, will protect the bride-to-be like a Roman emperor's praetorian guard
and although the Praetorian guard
had broken up by the time he got to Number 10 in the summer of 2007, he was still difficult to get close to.
Within a few years, he had lost all support, and the Praetorian Guard
murdered him (not a path I would ever condone).
In the course of the festivities the Emperor would let go of one outrageous remark or the other, or else order his Praetorian Guard
to usher in a hapless prisoner or citizen who for one reason or the other had earned the Emperor's ire.
Well, when Caesar is threatened the praetorian guard
must be sacrificed.
He might or he might not, though cracks are emerging in Corbyn's union Praetorian guard
, despite Unite leader Len McCluskey's "man of steel" endorsement.
FRIENDS "His Praetorian Guard
kinda threatened me, you know?
The Praetorian Guard
of ancient Rome was gradually transformed from a citizen police force into an oppressive standing army.