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"Consider me as abdicating my position, Lady Lundie, in your favor."
Whilst he was still a youth the king, his father, who loved him dearly, had some thoughts of abdicating in his favour.
The reason is that Queen Elizabeth abdicating in favor of Charles or William will never happen.
The issue of Charles(https://www.ibtimes.com/when-will-prince-william-be-king-royal-expert-reveals-possibility-charles-would-2780849) abdicating the throne in favor of his son has been addressed before, specifically in the 2015 documentary, "The Madness of Prince Charles," where it was revealed that the amount of time he has been waiting to take the throne has weighed significantly on him.
That's why it's believed that the emperor didn't expressly refer to abdicating the throne in his speech.
In abdicating its decision-making power, the province is putting coastal communities at risk of the severe and irreversible harm of oil spills and oil tanker traffic."
This in turn saw William Hill cut its price of the Queen abdicating this year from 16/1 to 5/1.
Nadal, on the day when King Juan Carlos of Spain announced he was abdicating after 39 years on the throne, won the first five games before Lajovic finally got on the board.
Nadal, on the day when King Juan Carlos of Spain announced he was abdicating after 39 years on the throne, clinched victory in a sprightly hour and 33 minutes.
MADRID, June 2 (KUNA) -- Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy Monday announced that King Juan Carlos is abdicating the throne and that his son, Crown Prince Felipe, is to become the country's next monarch.
Fueled by the findings of a General Accounting Office (GAO) report citing inequities in the national distribution of organs, Representative Henry Waxman (D-CA) charged the federal government with abdicating its responsibility by failing to provide proper oversight of the US organ procurement and distribution system.
"I'd heard about Edward VIII abdicating when I was in school.