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This shall apply to his escort and retinue and to all who come and go in his service.
They carried her on her yacht—doctors, nurses, all the retinue—and sailed far out from shore.
ADRIENNE TONERANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
A cook, a butler, and a valet were the sum-total of his retinue.
THE LURE OF THE MASKHAROLD MACGRATH
The members of the retinue belong, therefore, to four different classes.
Does the sun, with all its retinue of stars, pursue its daily course with no aim ulterior to man's welfare?
The Czar took the military colony of Novgorod for his first inspection; Araktseieff was in his retinue.
The king is made two or three times as large as his retinue or the vanquished enemy.
DREAM PSYCHOLOGYSIGMUND FREUD
Once out of sight of the crowd he threw dignity to the winds and played leap-frog in the corridor with his retinue.
FIFTH AVENUEARTHUR BARTLETT MAURICE
The amount from which Abimelech is said to have maintained his retinue (p. 107) is placed at only 70 shekels of silver.
Towards evening he brought up in the harbour in which Magnus and his retinue had intended to pass the night.
HEIMSKRINGLASNORRI STURLASON

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