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Word: imperial

Definition: like an emperor; related to an empire; CF. imperialism

Sentences Containing 'imperial'

, was an admiral in the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.
A 54-performance revival was staged in 2013 at the Imperial Theatre.
After finishing his studies, he joined to the Imperial Austrian Army.
Andrews had fought in World War I for the Australian Imperial Forces.
At the suggestion of the imperial advisor Li Mi, however, he did not do so.
Between 1415 and 1442 the city was under the auspices of an imperial provincial governor.
Brewer now received the title of Imperial Historiographer.
By good rights he should only be treated of in imperial folio.
Cariappa was then instrumental in turning an imperial army into a national army.
Confidence in the excellence of imperial "régime" vanished.
Electric service was disrupted across most of the Imperial Valley.
Fesch as part of the imperial family of France.
First presented by the Imperial Ballet on . , for the Imperial court at the theatre of Tsarskoe Selo, St.
Forming Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Had an heir been born to the imperial couple, Julian could find himself outliving his usefulness to his imperial patrons.
He has worked at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
He met with a refusal from Prussia and from the imperial entourage.
He spent his early years in Imperial Russia.
He was a member of the Imperial House and in the order of succession to the French imperial throne in accordance with the French constitution of 1804 (Title III, Article 9, "The Imperial Family").
He was a patron of many artist and sponsor of the Imperial ballet.
He was also made an imperial scholar at Hongwen Pavilion (弘文館).
He was the first Ottoman ruler to adopt the imperial title of "Padishah".
Hosts, dominates 1932 Imperial Conference.
In 1759 Imperial troops invaded Saxony, expelling the Prussians.
In 1864, the British Raj established the Imperial Forest Department.
It has sometimes been considered a subspecies of the Pied Imperial Pigeon.
Jackson (born 1948) grew up in Imperial Beach, California.
Later, five battalions of the Imperial Guard recaptured Essling.
Leadership through Indian Imperial Association.
M.N.Pearson, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, vol.
Petersburg became the heart of the Imperial capital social life.
Previous Counts Palatine had participated in other Imperial elections.
Red was also featured in Chinese Imperial architecture.
She is stripped of her position as Imperial Dragonkeeper and taken off to be sacrificed.
Shilder graduated from the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg.
The church is first mentioned about 843, when it was given Imperial support.
The Forum of Nerva was the fourth and smallest of the imperial fora.
The imperial court in Rottweil pronounced an imperial ban over Frederick XII in 1418, and he had to flee.
The Imperial Forestry Service was organized subordinate to the Imperial Forest Department in 1867.
The Imperial Gazetteer of India described the district as follows.
The Imperial Government was added during the Second Constitutional Era.
The monastery became an Imperial abbey ("Reichsstift") in 1143.
The system of Japanese era names was not the same as Imperial reign dates.
The type was first offered to the Imperial German Navy, but was rejected.
The was the highest level in the organizational structure of the Imperial Japanese Army.
They de-emphasize the firm's imperial legacy.
Vladimir's line has thus received the headship of the Imperial House.
Water for the canal is diverted at the Imperial Diversion Dam.
We traversed Greece, and arrived half dead at the imperial gates.
Yet, in 1715, he was promoted to the imperial "Generalfeldmarschall".

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