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  1. Majesty - Wikipedia

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    Majesty (abbreviation HM for Her/ His Majesty, oral address Your Majesty, from the Latin maiestas, meaning greatness) is used as a manner of address by many monarchs, usually Kings or Queens where used, the style outranks the style of (Imperial/Royal) Highness, but is inferior to the style of Imperial Majesty.

    • Imperial Majesty

      Imperial Majesty (His/Her Imperial Majesty, abbreviated as...

    • Origin

      Originally, during the Roman republic, the word maiestas was...

  2. Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim - Wikipedia

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    Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim is a real-time strategy video game developed by Cyberlore Studios, and published by Hasbro Interactive under the MicroProse brand name for Windows in March 2000.

  3. Majesty (band) - Wikipedia

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    History. Majesty call their music True Metal (which is a common term in the Heavy Metal scene for traditional heavy metal or power metal with idealized, traditional and fantasy based lyrics and stage-appearance) and the band is usually dressed in leather.

    • Tarek Maghary, Robin Hadamovsky, Alex Voß, Jan Raddatz, Emanuel Knorr
    • Heavy metal, power metal
    • 2000-present
    • Germany
  4. Welcome, Sovereign! Welcome to the Majesty Wiki , your ultimate resource to help you be the best ruler you can! Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim Wiki is an online collaborative encyclopedia about everything related to Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim, developed by Cyberlore Studios and first released for the PC in 2000. For information on Majesty 2, the sequel to this game, see our sister ...

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  6. MS Crown Iris - Wikipedia

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    MS Crown Iris is a cruise ship owned by Mano Maritime.She was originally ordered by Birka Line as MS Birka Queen from the Wärtsilä Marine Turku Shipyard in Finland, but completed by Kvaerner Masa-Yards as MS Royal Majesty for Majesty Cruise Line.

  7. Yamaha YP400 Majesty - Wikipedia

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    Yamaha YP 400 Majesty is a scooter made by Yamaha beginning in 2003. [verification needed] The Majesty line includes 150, 250, and 400 cc (9.2, 15.3, and 24.4 cu in) displacement single-cylinder engine versions available in Europe and Asia.

    • 2003–
    • 395 cc (24.1 cu in) 4-stroke
  8. Majesty is an English word from the Latin: maiestas, meaning greatness. It is a style of address. It is often used when directly addressing or referring to a monarch. The plural form is Their Majesties. The style ranks above Royal Highness

  9. Majesty of the Seas - Wikipedia

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    Majesty of the Seas is a Sovereign-class cruise ship owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd and operated by Royal Caribbean International.She was built at the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyards in Saint-Nazaire, France, and placed in service on 26 April 1992.

  10. Drab Majesty - Wikipedia

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    Drab Majesty is an American, Los Angeles-based musical project, founded by musician Deb Demure (Andrew Clinco) while working as the drummer for the band Marriages, in 2011. The project's first record was the 2012 EP Unarian Dances , first self-released and then re-released in 2014 on Lolipop Records. [6]

    • Deb Demure, Mona D
    • 2011–present
  11. MS Aegean Majesty - Wikipedia

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    MS Aegean Majesty is a cruise ship formerly operated by Holland America Line. Originally named MS Veendam after the municipality of Veendam in the Netherlands, she had been in Holland America Line service since 1996. In 2020 the vessel was sold to a buyer in Greece and renamed Aegean Majesty. Construction and career

    • 1,350 passengers
    • 219 m (719 ft)
    • 24 June 1995
    • 20.9 knots (38.7 km/h; 24.1 mph)