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The royal sign-manual is the signature of the sovereign, by the affixing of which the monarch expresses his or her pleasure either by order, commission, or warrant. A sign-manual warrant may be either an executive act—for example, an appointment to an office—or an authority for affixing the Great Seal of the pertinent realm. The sign-manual is also used to give power to make and ratify treaties. "Sign manual", with or without hyphen, is an old term for a hand-written signature in general. It is also referred to as "sign manual and signet".

The royal sign-manual usually consists of the sovereign's regnal name (without number, if otherwise used), followed by the letter R for Rex (King) or Regina (Queen). Thus, the signs-manual of both Elizabeth I and Elizabeth II read Elizabeth R . When the British monarch was also Emperor or Empress of India , the sign manual ended with R I , for Rex Imperator or Regina Imperatrix ( King-Emperor/Queen-Empress ).

When the future George IV , then the Prince of Wales, became regent on behalf of his incapacitated father, George III , the Regency Act 1811 expressly directed that the prince should sign "George P R", the initials in this case standing for Princeps Regens .

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Key Guide Goes back, or erases a typed letter. BACK Clears to the Ready screen, CLEAR or stops the Quick Demo. Shows Confusables CONF Enters a word, or scrolls text. ENTER Shows the games list. GAMES HELP Shows a help message. NEXT Shows the next entry or word.

Looking Up Words 5. Continue pressing to view its idioms, if any. 6. Continue pressing to view its antonyms, if any. 7. Press BACK to return to your word. Looking Up Words Follow the Arrows The flashing arrows at the right of the screen show which arrow keys you can press to view more words.

Queen serves as staff sexologist to Good Vibrations , the San Francisco sex toy retailer. [1] In this function, she designed an education program which has trained many other current and past Good Vibrations-based sex educators, including Violet Blue , Charlie Glickman and Staci Haines. [ citation needed ] She is currently still working for GV as The Staff Sexologist and Chief Cultural Officer.

Queen is known as a professional editor, writer and commentator of works such as Real Live Nude Girl: Chronicles of Sex-Positive Culture , Pomosexuals , and Exhibitionism for the Shy . She has written for juried journals and compendiums such as The Journal of Bisexuality [2] and The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. She contributed the piece "The Queer in Me" to the anthology Bi Any Other Name: Bisexual People Speak Out . [3]

The royal sign-manual is the signature of the sovereign, by the affixing of which the monarch expresses his or her pleasure either by order, commission, or warrant. A sign-manual warrant may be either an executive act—for example, an appointment to an office—or an authority for affixing the Great Seal of the pertinent realm. The sign-manual is also used to give power to make and ratify treaties. "Sign manual", with or without hyphen, is an old term for a hand-written signature in general. It is also referred to as "sign manual and signet".

The royal sign-manual usually consists of the sovereign's regnal name (without number, if otherwise used), followed by the letter R for Rex (King) or Regina (Queen). Thus, the signs-manual of both Elizabeth I and Elizabeth II read Elizabeth R . When the British monarch was also Emperor or Empress of India , the sign manual ended with R I , for Rex Imperator or Regina Imperatrix ( King-Emperor/Queen-Empress ).

When the future George IV , then the Prince of Wales, became regent on behalf of his incapacitated father, George III , the Regency Act 1811 expressly directed that the prince should sign "George P R", the initials in this case standing for Princeps Regens .

The royal sign-manual is the signature of the sovereign, by the affixing of which the monarch expresses his or her pleasure either by order, commission, or warrant. A sign-manual warrant may be either an executive act—for example, an appointment to an office—or an authority for affixing the Great Seal of the pertinent realm. The sign-manual is also used to give power to make and ratify treaties. "Sign manual", with or without hyphen, is an old term for a hand-written signature in general. It is also referred to as "sign manual and signet".

The royal sign-manual usually consists of the sovereign's regnal name (without number, if otherwise used), followed by the letter R for Rex (King) or Regina (Queen). Thus, the signs-manual of both Elizabeth I and Elizabeth II read Elizabeth R . When the British monarch was also Emperor or Empress of India , the sign manual ended with R I , for Rex Imperator or Regina Imperatrix ( King-Emperor/Queen-Empress ).

When the future George IV , then the Prince of Wales, became regent on behalf of his incapacitated father, George III , the Regency Act 1811 expressly directed that the prince should sign "George P R", the initials in this case standing for Princeps Regens .

LIMITED USE LICENSE All rights in the PRODUCT remain the property of FRANK- LIN. Through your purchase, FRANKLIN grants you a per- sonal and nonexclusive license to use the PRODUCT on a single unit at a time. You may not make any copies of the PRODUCT or of the data stored therein, whether in elec- tronic or print format.

Key Guide Goes back, or erases a typed letter. BACK Clears to the Ready screen, CLEAR or stops the Quick Demo. Shows Confusables CONF Enters a word, or scrolls text. ENTER Shows the games list. GAMES HELP Shows a help message. NEXT Shows the next entry or word.

Looking Up Words 5. Continue pressing to view its idioms, if any. 6. Continue pressing to view its antonyms, if any. 7. Press BACK to return to your word. Looking Up Words Follow the Arrows The flashing arrows at the right of the screen show which arrow keys you can press to view more words.


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