Noun(1) paraphernalia indicative of royalty (or other high office(2) especially fine or decorative clothing
(1) A new royal barge, emblazoned in silver and gold and with elaborate wainscoting, was commissioned, and trimmed with the king and queen's regalia .(2) Now young Catholics, for whom Vatican II is as remote as the Council of Trent, find episcopal costumes and regalia curious and antique.(3) Her son John Balliol, who became King of Scotland at the behest of King Edward I had his regalia stripped from him by Edward when he didn't toe the line.(4) The earliest suggestion came from a neo-Druid writer, Nash Williams, who noted the similarity between the grail and an object included among the Arthurian regalia in traditional Welsh lists.(5) In addition to the throne, the ceremony did include the presence of some of the trappings one might expect at a coronation, including the royal robes and the Crown regalia .(6) Acclaimed warriors were especially magnificent in regalia and demeanor, while CortÔö£┬┐s judged that the glory enveloping Emperor Moctezoma surpassed that of the court of Spain.(7) The state jewels were accordingly brought from the Tower of London and the medieval coronation regalia and vestments, several pieces of which had almost certainly belonged to Edward the Confessor, from Westminster Abbey.(8) To fully comprehend the nature of the criminal justice system in Mexico City is to understand that the judicial power of the colonial state and its agents was not to be found in the trappings, rituals, and royal regalia of the court.(9) People love to see the mayor and love to see him or her in full regalia .(10) I expected Devin to emerge in full Navy regalia , dress uniform and everything.(11) We saw the Scottish Crown Jewels, the second most expensive in Europe and the oldest royal regalia in Britain.(12) By the same token many of the Tarascans experienced the cultural shock of having their pre-Hispanic idols, temples and religious regalia destroyed by Franciscan missionaries.(13) More than 200 Yorkshire dignitaries, town mayors and mayoresses and Yorkshire Society representatives marched through York today in full regalia to celebrate the Millennium Yorkshire Day.(14) For those who don't know, the Honours of Scotland are the regalia or crown jewels, mostly dating from the early sixteenth century.(15) On the Saturday of orientation, new students and their parents are officially welcomed to campus by administrators and faculty members decked out in formal robes and academic regalia .(16) There are no clear answers to these questions despite the information provided by the images described above and others in the Monza collection, but from this time onwards the crown remained an integral feature of Lombard regalia .
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