Then she wept, and then she pulled a paper from her breast, saying imperially
Unlike the United Kingdom at the end of its reign, the United States is not bankrupt or imperially
In addition, after the imperial bestowal of the name Tien Thanh ([phrase omitted]; Chinese: Jiancheng; meaning to practice sincerity) to the celebrated lineage head of the seventh generation, not only did the male descendants repeat the naming sequence of their ancestors, but they also adopted the first character of the imperially
granted name as the first character of their courtesy names.
Consequently, by the mid 1980s the USSR cracked under its own weight, imperially
Consequently, the Soviets went bankrupt by mid 1980s they cracked under its own weight, imperially
In the good time coming there is room for all, room particularly for those who possess ideas and energy, and think imperially
The treatises list a number of other Han-era figures who facilitated the gathering of domain-specific information and its curation as imperially
He lived during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I --an imperially
minded woman surrounded by courtiers and connivers, unmarried and childless, yet reluctant to name a successor even as she was dying.
Through this featuring of a Persian wife whose tales often centre on the troubles of sexuality, race, and labour, and which are sometimes set in the very empire that will conquer her husband's empire, the composite text suggests that imperially
ordered and stratified sexuality lies at the heart of the reproduction, or destruction, of inter-imperial power.
Along our trail, Isaac slashes with his machete to remove fallen foliage from recent rain; and at the top of the pass a crested eagle swoops imperially
through the jungle canopy, inspecting the human intruders.
"The same is true of the Corbetts, which are defined imperially
as between 2500ft and 3000ft.
"We people on the pavement looked at him: He was a gentleman from sole to crown, Clean favoured, and imperially