On Sept. 2, 1967, full independence was declared and the principality of Sealand was born.
The night before Halloween, the Redmond-based company descended on the 62-square-mile central European principality.
In 1967 the principality of Sealand was declared on a military sea fort floating in what was then international waters.
What happens when an American multinational turns a tiny European principality into a fake war zone?
This principality was very small, containing about 60,000 inhabitants, but it enjoyed independent and sovereign rights.
By the same art he would prognosticate a principality to a scoundrel.
The modern form of the word Catti is Hesse, and the principality of Hesse is their old locality.
And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power.
Sutter went to California from Missouri, and acquired a principality in size and value, and was the first settler.
In his life of turmoil and bloodshed he had halted to secure for her the right to a principality.
c.1300, "position of a prince," from Old French principalite "principal matter; power, sovereignty" (12c., Modern French principauté), from Late Latin principalitatem (nominative principalitas), from principalis (see principal (adj.)). Meaning "region or state ruled by a prince" is attested from c.1400.