regina

[ ri-jahy-nuh, -jee- ]SEE DEFINITION OF regina

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The visiting-room of Regina Cœli is constructed on the principle of a rat-trap.

The man was supposed then on the train heading towards Regina.

Left there myself about four years ago—I joined the Force in Regina.

Her name is Regina, and she is now married to Valentine, the king of the Eskimos there.

Brown and Davenport took their companies to Desire and Regina.

There were no rooms engaged for him at the Hôtel Regina Margherita.

Once, upon a street in Regina, Corporal Downey lost his temper.

“Now you shall not tarry no later,” said Regina, kissing her.

When Regina came, she asked the girl to put out all the lights.

Regina came in; Norma made a desperate attempt to control herself.

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