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regent
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • Coldly shaking his niece’s hand, Ralph left her at the top of Regent Street, and turned down a by-thoroughfare, intent on schemes of money-getting.
  • The Prince Regent was proud of his legs, and so was Daniel Lambert, who was also a fat man; HE was proud of his legs.
  • CHAPTER 26 Is fraught with some Danger to Miss Nickleby’s Peace of Mind The place was a handsome suite of private apartments in Regent Street; the time was three o’clock in the afternoon to the dull and plodding, and the first hour of morning to the gay and spirited; the persons were Lord Frederick Verisopht, and his friend Sir Mulberry Hawk.

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  • The California Board of Regents voted to increase student fees 32% at all University of California schools.
  • The King was captured, so his son served as Regent in his absence.

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