Driving up to the station, regina and Flannery saw that the wooden crate had already been unloaded onto the platform.
Alison is played by the marvelous Tatiana Maslany, an actress who hails from regina, Saskatchewan.
Danielle bought her a car, and regina got drunk and had an accident.
Her mother, regina, was addicted to crack when she became pregnant.
That, ultimately, is why health-care reform passed: because of what people like Sister regina have seen on the ground.
We stayed in regina for eight weeks, giving lectures and holding demonstration classes.
The man was supposed then on the train heading towards regina.
As he said so, regina and her sisters came into the room, striking him dumb with astonishment.
Left there myself about four years ago—I joined the Force in regina.
Thereupon I took occasion to give them some pictures, and to erect a cross before their wigwams, singing a Salve regina.
fem. proper name, from Latin, literally "queen;" related to rex (genitive regis) "king" (see regal). Cf. Sanskrit rajni "queen," Welsh rhyain "maiden, virgin." The city in Canada was named 1882 by the then-governor general of Canada, Marquess of Lorne, in honor of Queen Victoria.
Canadian province, named for the river running through it, from Cree kis-si-ska-tches-wani-sipi "rapid flowing river."
Province in west-central Canada, bordered to the north by the Northwest Territories, to the east by Manitoba, to the south by North Dakota and Montana, and to the west by Alberta. Its capital and largest city is Regina.
Note: Some of the world's largest wheat fields grow on Saskatchewan's vast unbroken prairie.