royal court

  1. the family and retinue of a sovereign or prince
  2. the sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state
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  • Certainly not the critics, who slavered over its Royal Court premiere in 2007 and West End transfer, where the cast included the then-future Doctor Who, Matt Smith. This week's new theatre
  • A significant group of Frankish legal codices reflects the activity of a small group of scribes presided over by the cancellarius and associated with the royal court.
  • He was a dramaturgist at the Royal Court Theatre in London 1958-1959. Vanguard News
  • Some of those allegedly cheated are said to be close friends of Prince Albert - and two royal courtiers were among Fogwell's employees.
  • Under Charlemagne and his heirs, the royal court's principal seats were Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle) and Paris.
  • The theatre beat off strong competition from all over the country to clinch the award, which was presented at a gala ceremony at London's Royal Court Theatre.
  • Aides hovered round like royal courtiers before he made a fleeting appearance climbing on board the City of Chicago. Times, Sunday Times
  • The interviews were with nearly two dozen Saudis, from a bejeweled prince of the royal court, sipping coffee at a cafe, to a truck driver wearing a frayed caftan, clutching a bag of onions at a local supermarket.
  • Through the vicereine, Sor Juana's works were sent to the Royal Court at Madrid.
  • He summoned him before the royal court to answer trumped-up charges.
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