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... Imperial titles Emperor, from the Latin Imperator, meaning "commander" or "one who commands." In English, the feminine form is Empress (the Latin is imperatrix) ... Alternate words meaning Emperor include Caesar, the appellation of Roman emperors derived from the Roman dictator Julius Caesar, whose great-nephew and adopted son Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus became the ... Basileus, from Mycenaean Greek meaning "chieftain", later used for the Roman emperors of the Byzantine period ...
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“If I asked her master hed give me a cask a day;
But she, with the beer at hand, not a gill would arrange!
May she marry a ghost and bear him a kitten, and may
The High King of Glory permit her to get the mange.”
—James Kenneth Stephens (18821950)
“A moment in time but time was made through that moment: for without the meaning there is no time, and that moment of time gave the meaning.”
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