What is Regina?

  • (noun): The provincial capital and largest city of Saskatchewan.

Régina

... Régina is a commune of French Guiana, an overseas region and department of France located in South America ... With a land area of 12,130 km2 (4,680 sq mi), it is the second-largest commune of France ...

Some articles on Regina:

SS Regina (1907)
... The SS Regina was a steel canaler built for the Canada Steamship Lines and home ported in Montreal, Quebec ... Named after Regina, Saskatchewan, the Regina had a tonnage of 1,956 gross register tons (GRT) and a crew of 32 ...
Louis-Nicolas Clérambault - Works - By Opus Number
113 Motet de Saint Pie in D major 114 Salve regina in E minor 115 Motet de Sainte Chantal in A major 116 Miserere à 3 in G minor 117 De profundis clamavi in D minor 118 Ecce quam bonum in G major 119 Dominus quis ...
Regina, Virginia
... Regina is an unincorporated community in Lancaster and Northumberland Counties in the U ... S ...
Canadian Army - Structure - Army Reserve
... Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) The Fort Garry Horse (Armoured) (Winnipeg, Manitoba) The Royal Regina Rifles (Light Infantry) (Regina, Saskatchewan) The North Saskatchewan ...
List Of Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch Episodes - Episode List - Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch
... Aqua Regina appears and gives Lucia a new song and tells her that she must summon her quickly 14 "Memories of The Starry Sky" "Hoshizora no Kioku ... Aqua Regina gives the trio a new song 29 "A Masked Confession" "Kamen no Kokuhaku" (仮面の告白) October 18, 2003 Lucia's class has organized a play in which Lucia will act as the lead ... Aqua Regina gives the Mermaid Princesses a new song 50 "Darkness of the Heart" "Kokoro no Yami" (心の闇) March 13, 2004 Lucia, Hanon, Rina, and Caren storm Gaito's castle to stop his plans of world ...

Famous quotes containing the word regina:

    “Mother of heaven, regina of the clouds,
    O sceptre of the sun, crown of the moon,
    There is not nothing, no, no, never nothing,
    Like the clashed edges of two words that kill.”
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)