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(1) The monarch retains largely formal duties.
(2) He had the ear of the monarch.
(3) The monarch looks to the archbishop for spiritual direction.
(4) The monarch is formally subordinate to Parliament.
(5) The monarch was exiled because of the coup.
(6) The role of monarch is a purely symbolic one.
(7) Those right-wing people who most honour their monarch see no reason for any apology.
(8) He was a strong and greedy monarch who pursued a course of military aggrandizement from the beginning of his reign.
(9) The monarch had the power to dissolve parliament.
(10) A monarch has the prerogative of pardoning criminals.
(11) That he satisfied so impatient and fastidious a monarch for so long says much for his efficiency and sensitivity.
(12) The child's father is the reigning monarch.
(13) Take one example, the role played by the monarch.
(14) Norodom Sihanouk is now king, as a constitutional monarch.
(15) It is for the monarch to appoint counsellors of state whenever she wishes, delegating whatever powers she wishes.
(16) The monarch retains largely formal prerogatives, exercising executive authority through the Council of Ministers.
(17) Monarch of the Glen is 100 % tartan flannel.
(18) However, in the late eighteenth century the monarch still wielded considerable political power, appointing and dismissing governments according to choice.
(19) After independence in 1968, Sobuza became the ruling monarch of the new country.
(20) And, it seemed, the milkweed invited only the monarch to dine on it. Sentencedict.com
(21) Her ability to keep the notoriously impatient monarch amused was greatly appreciated in royal circles.
(22) Queen Isabella was urged to use her influence with the French monarch.
(23) The people, by a tacit and irrevocable act of delegation, had handed over their powers to the monarch.
(24) The aging pirate king facing the youthful bandit prince-patriarch against upstart - monarch against usurper.
(25) Second, it shows how in antiquity an absolute imperial monarch used the arts to bolster his rule.
(26) Those who took his rewards, however, proved far cannier than their monarch.
(27) Yet major strategic decisions could depend very much upon the will of the monarch.
(28) Nevertheless it requires separate assessment, not least because it drew on certain areas of experience not directly dominated by the monarch.
(29) Once a bill has received the assent of both Houses it then goes to the monarch for the Royal Assent.
(30) Whether he was more than that, whether he carried weight with the monarch or the Council, was up to him.
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