His was a most unroyal
career, but the most pitiable spectacle in it was his sentimental treachery to his Swiss guard on that memorable 10th of August, when he allowed those heroes to be massacred in his cause, and forbade them to shed the "sacred French blood" purporting to be flowing in the veins of the red-capped mob of miscreants that was raging around the palace.
Contrast all this royal accommodation for suspect yet dependably loyal officials with the unroyal
treatment accorded Food and Drug Administration Director General Nela Charade Puno, who was fired 'in line with the President's continuing mandate to eradicate graft and corruption,' announced the Palace - without detailing what the exact issues were, save for a vague reference to complaints filed against her by the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Association of the Philippines, a big pharma group.
Prince Charles had a very unroyal
encounter in Australia.
Margaret was allowed to partake in swinging London and lollygag with the louche denizens of Mustique (where her skin leathered to an unroyal
shade of bacon), but not at liberty to marry divorced Group Capt.
Putin has accused the prince of unacceptable and unroyal
behavior for remarks that a British newspaper reported he made to a Jewish woman who fled Poland during the war.
And true to form, Zara Phillips' wedding was refreshingly unroyal
For the Grime Royal Wedding service, the producers plan to take turns running the ceremony, and hope music fans will turn their backs on street parties and join them for a right unroyal
* This is the "Sport of Kings." In fact, most racetracks are decidedly unroyal
places with grandstands frequented by addicted gamblers and seedy hustlers passing out useless tip sheets.
A SOLDIER proudly takes Camilla for a spin in a Bulldog armoured carrier yesterday - blissfully unaware of the very unroyal
message on its side.
Peele's play, which probably preceded Marlowe's since the latter seems to have borrowed verbally from it, (2) is episodic, textually garbled as the result of imperfect revision, and inconsistent in its characterization of Queen Elinor: sometimes she appears as a comedic figure, speaking in a tone of unroyal
jocosity as King Edward's "sweete Nell" (line 74) (3)--as his earthy, plain-spoken but adored companion in military campaigns (including a crusade) and even as a vulgar boxer of her husband's ear; at other points she emblematizes hateful Spanish pride, being portrayed as a witch-like foreign princess (Elinor of Castile) who would have the beards of all her male subjects shaved off and the breasts of all women mutilated, and who is given to haughty, egregiously inflated rhetoric.
As someone who has himself lived in the media scrutiny and who knows what it is to be criticised for all too human failings, I felt his well-meaning remarks on a Princess criticised for her unroyal
but normal faults of smoking, drinking and enjoying the company of men were understanding and compassionate.