monarchy in a sentence

Hereditary monarchy opened the gate for absolutism in the Duchy of Bremen.

Little could be done to counteract the John Osborne criticisms, for they abominated the very idea of monarchy.

Partisans of a less absolute monarchy (such as Fénelon) called for their abolishment .

The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy and parliamentary democracy.

In 1660, the English Parliament called for the restoration of the monarchy, and invited Charles II to return from France.

I was surprised by how much interest the wedding of Charles and Diana excited in Quebec, where the monarchy is generally quite unpopular.

London’s Buckingham Palace is used not only as the home of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, but also for the administrative work for the monarchy.

Also hanging heavily over Thailand is the future of the 700-year-old monarchy.

740012 The last Greek referendum was when voters abolished the monarchy in 1974.

113056 Both the parliament and the monarchy have been dissolved in recent years.

There’s a general feeling of we don’t have a monarchy here, Mr. VanderSloot said.

Why should a U.S. progressive be calling for more intervention by the Saudi monarchy?

“This is an absolute monarchy where the government policies are controlled by one family.

Two ringleaders told me they believed that Washington was plotting, again, to restore the monarchy.

The coronation painting above also stresses that the newly restored monarchy is secure – adds Martin.