prince royal

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prince royal

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the eldest son of a monarch

prince′ roy′al


n.
the eldest son of a king or queen.
[1655–65]
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If he had been a Prince Royal he could not have been better brought up to think well of himself.
But, you are to understand, he had heard how that he himself was a prince royal, and how his father, King Jason, had been deprived of the kingdom of Iolchos by a certain Pelias, who would also have killed Jason, had he not been hidden in the Centaur's cave.
Missned plotted a coup against the prince royal of Qatar, Meshaal bin Hamad.
Abolfath Mirza Mahvi, a Prince Royal of Iran, died at 95 of congestive heart failure on November 23, 2009 while surrounded by his children.
No horse has won from stall one since Prince Royal in 1964.
His Epitre au prince royal de Prusse is introduced here with gracious perspicacity by Christiane Mervaud.
11th Edition - ECAS, ISBN 2-87451-001-7; ECAS, rue du Prince Royal 53, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium - Fax: +32 2 548 04 99 - e-mail:publication@ecas.
But as this collection of self-composed 60s floor-fillers make clear, it was his musical uppercuts that insured the Prince royal status.
The Prince Royal visits MG Rover's new showroom and visitors centre at Longbridge and talks to Stuart Richards in the quality control centre
Included is the Chelton Suite Hotel in Regina; Edmonton House Suite Hotel and also in Edmonton, Campus Tower Suite Hotel; Calgary's Prince Royal Suite Hotel and in Vancouver, Rosedale on Robson Suite Hotel.
The best filly he ever owned, Shantung's daughter won the Prix Jacques le Marois, and was third in the Oaks, the Prix Vermeille, and the Arc, in which she was beaten less than a length by Prince Royal and Santa Claus.