I am not speaking of regicide, I am speaking about ideas.
Yes: ideas of robbery, murder, and regicide," again interjected an ironical voice.
For instance, you make no mention of the good knight Sir Richard Saltonstall, nor of the famous Hugh Peters, nor of those old regicide
judges, Whalley, Goffe, and Dixwell.
Some condemned soldier, perhaps," suggested Athos, "whom they have pardoned at the price of regicide
muttered Sir William Howe to a gentleman beside him; "a procession of the regicide
judges of King Charles the martyr?
Thoughts on the Prospect of a Regicide
Peace' (with France) he died in
The University's Labour Students Club appeared to publish a tweet which said: "It is 369 years since the execution of Charles I, Happy Regicide
According to them, it was meant to be "tongue in cheek" comment and that they do not advocate regicide
Seems the Queen finds these accidental regicide
The order of the national anthems was reversed, leading thousands of French fans to put aside centuries of rivalry, war and their own history of regicide
in a moment of cross-Channel solidarity.
The defeat was a terrible blow to British royalism, but revulsion against regicide
brought about a new monarchism.
In Architettura di una chimera, Enrico Tuccinardi and Salvatore Mazzariello suggest instead that far from an individual act of revenge, Umberto's regicide
was a complex event that must be understood as part of a broader political scheme of different but "convergent interests"--an affair that involved, in intricate ways, anarchists from both sides of the ocean, socialists, and even nostalgic Bourbons (p.