Royal King (horse)
Royal King was an outstanding cutting stallion and Quarter horse sire from the early days of the American Quarter Horse Association (or AQHA).
Other articles related to "king, horse, royal":
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... These include rook (and king versus kingcheckmate two bishops versus kingcheckmate two knights versus pawn checkmate Bishop and knight checkmate queen versus rook ... In addition, zugzwang is required in many kingand pawn versus kingendgames in order to force promotion of the pawn and in other kingand pawn endgames with more pawns (Müller Pajeken 2008173) ...
... The kings imperium both granted him military powers and qualified him to pronounce legal judgment in all cases as the chief justice of Rome ... This made the kingsupreme in times of both war and peace ... While some writers believed there was no appeal from the kings decisions, others believed that a proposal for appeal could be brought before the kingby any patrician during a meeting of the Curiate Assembly ...
... Jehoram of Israel or Joram, the Kingof Israel Jehoram of Judah, the Kingof Judah The son of Toi, Kingof Hamath who was sent by his father to congratulate David on the occasion of his victory over ...
... Whenever a kingdied, Rome entered a period of interregnum ... power of the state would devolve to the Senate, which was responsible for finding a new king ... period of five days with the sole purpose of nominating the next kingof Rome ...
Famous quotes containing the words royal and/or king:
“Not to these shores she came! this other Thrace,
Environ barbarous to the royal Attic;
How could her delicate dirge run democratic,
Delivered in a cloudless boundless public place
To an inordinate race?”
—John Crowe Ransom (18881974)
“So Haman came in, and the king said to him, What shall be done for the man whom the king wishes to honor? Haman said to himself, Whom would the king wish to honor more than me?”
—Bible: Hebrew, Esther 6:6.