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used in Howards End

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a member of a governing board — especially at a state university


someone who rules a country temporarily while the king or queen is too young, too sick, or away
  • To-day Whitehall had been transformed; it would be the turn of Regent Street to-morrow.
    Chapter 13 (4% in)
  • But the visible signs of their belief were Regent Street or Drury Lane, a little mud displaced, a little money spent, a little food cooked, eaten, and forgotten.
    Chapter 10 (31% in)
  • He discovered that he was going bareheaded down Regent Street.
    Chapter 14 (97% in)

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