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  • She looked more regal than the Emperor’s own blood.
  • She had brought a regal beauty back into the Atreides line.
  • She dimmed them, sat down in the armchair, patting the upholstery, appreciating the chair’s regal heaviness for this occasion.
  • Her command had been regal, preemptory—uttered in a tone and manner he had found completely irresistible.
  • Jessica allowed herself a regal nod before accepting.
  • Her long skirts swished and she walked with a straight-backed regal stride toward the double doors at the end of the hall.

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  • She entered the room with regal dignity.
  • Her regal attire is magnificent.

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