Grand-ducal

Grand´-du´cal


a.1.Of or pertaining to a grand duke.
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There are viceroys, princes, governors, sub-governors, sub-sub-governors, and a hundred orders of nobility, grading along down from grand-ducal archangels, stage by stage, till the general level is struck, where there ain't any titles.
The Department also appreciates the significant assistance provided by the Attorney General's Chambers of Malaysia, the Royal Malaysian Police, the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, the Attorney General's Chambers of Singapore, the Singapore Police Force-Commercial Affairs Division, the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland, the Judicial Investigating Authority of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and the Criminal Investigation Department of the Grand-Ducal Police of Luxembourg.
The Palais Grand-Ducal, which dates from 1572 is another ancient architectural gem not to be missed.
The regulation provides further clarification of AML/CFT requirements contained in the AML/CFT Law and the related Grand-Ducal Regulation, in particular with respect to the definition of the beneficial owner and ML/TF risk assessment.
Previous generations have implicitly described it as Florence's autumn, lauding the intervening years and dismissively identifying 16th-century Mannerism as a decadent decline followed only by the icy blasts of Cigoli, Cortona and later grand-ducal collecting.
Finally, one also would learn that Franz Liszt's active support secured its initial and lasting success (by staging Saint-Saens's opera in Weimar, where he was artistic director of the Theatre Grand-Ducal) (p.
Some of the foundlings stayed into adulthood--running the tapestry workshops that contributed so much to the grand-ducal economy, or were involved in the administration of the Innocenti itself.
Here the Grand-ducal music collection is preserved as the Fondo Pitti, after the name of Palazzo Pitti, the seat of the reigning house.
In 1902, he had founded in Weimar the Arts and Crafts seminar, which prefigured the Grand-Ducal School of Arts and Crafts, which, in turn, would eventually be transformed into the Bauhaus.
In July 2002, Luxembourg drew up a draft Grand-Ducal Regulation, but a rejection by the State Council meant it could not be adopted.
Conspirators at the grand-ducal court had supposedly switched him in his infancy with a dying baby, so that the throne would pass to a side line of the grand-ducal Zahringen family, descended from what had originally been a morganatic marriage.