Well, maybe the abdication was a bigger deal, but still, a Harry video will be huge, and a major nightmare for the palace.
On the third night, Garzanti hosts its authors at a restaurant set in a former Piedmont palace.
Of course, some loyal subjects insist that all is well in the palace.
The film details a battle between youthful voices of freedom and more authoritarian factions within the palace.
Daniel Craig, in his finest Bond dinner jacket, called at the palace and invited her to parachute into the stadium with him.
It looked like the part of the palace where he had lodged when he had been a guest there but it probably wasn't.
But instead of carrying them home she walked to the king's palace and knocked at the door.
The period of the palace was conjectured to be between those of Khorsabad and Nimroud.
Cinderella was received at the King's palace with great respect.
Here lies one motive why Ulysses must go to the palace and test Penelope.
early 13c., "official residence of an emperor, king, archbishop, etc.," from Old French palais "palace, court," from Medieval Latin palacium "a palace" (source of Spanish palacio, Italian palazzo), from Latin palatium "the Palatine hill," in plural, "a palace," from Mons Palatinus "the Palatine Hill," one of the seven hills of ancient Rome, where Augustus Caesar's house stood (the original "palace"), later the site of the splendid residence built by Nero. In English, the general sense of "splendid dwelling place" is from late 14c.
The hill name probably is ultimately from palus "stake," on the notion of "enclosure." Another guess is that it is from Etruscan and connected with Pales, supposed name of an Italic goddess of shepherds and cattle.
A grand venue for something •Always ironically used of a fairly seedy though perhaps ornate place (1834+)