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The crown room contains the regalia of Scotland, and the celebrated crown of Robert Bruce.
Mr. Wilder, in full Alpine regalia, stepped out upon the terrace and viewed the beauty of the morning with a prophetic eye.
The Masons and Oddfellows appeared in regalia and the Levuka brass band was in attendance.
I 'd pack up the regalia, send for Anthony Blake to take charge of the country, and start for Liverpool in the mail-packet.
Just you get me the regalia in Britstown—a pink flag and red lantern.
Other bearers followed, keeping step and carrying the regalia, consisting of chrysanthemum stalks and blossoms.
My dear Helen, I am as likely to have a thousand a year as to be presented with the regalia.
Their knots of coloured ribbon make new men of them for the time, and justify the instinct which puts its trust in regalia.
If the castle should fall the very symbol of the king's royalty would be melted, as Cromwell melted the regalia of England.
Id pack up the regalia, send for Anthony Blake to take charge of the country, and start for Liverpool in the mail-packet.
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