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Kingdom \King"dom\, n. [AS. cyningd[=o]m. See 2d King, and -dom.]

1. The rank, quality, state, or attributes of a king; royal authority; sovereign power; rule; dominion; monarchy.

2. The territory or country subject to a king or queen; the dominion of a monarch; the sphere in which one is king or has control.

3. An extensive scientific division distinguished by leading or ruling characteristics; a principal division; a department; as, the mineral kingdom. In modern biology, the division of life into five kingdoms is widely used for

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  • The fifth-biggest story (2%) was the hotly contested May 6 election in the United Kingdom that ended with no party winning an outright majority of seats. But it spelled the end for the Labour Party Prime Minister Gordon Brown. journalism.org

  • " In this letter she makes it clear that she’s not looking at a customs union model. The problem with a customs union model is that the European Union would in effect negotiate new customs agreements which the United Kingdom would follow."  telegraph.co.uk

  • "A serious, strong and experienced candidate who will reach beyond the Conservative party's membership and deliver Brexit and an agenda that gives opportunity for all across the United Kingdom," he said. telegraph.co.uk

  • "Another HISTORIC breakthrough today! Our two GREAT friends Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain agree to a Peace Deal – the second Arab country to make peace with Israel in 30 days!" the President announced on Twitter on Friday night.  telegraph.co.uk

  • "Besides contributing to increasing the knowledge about the perceptual ability of dogs, the present work describes for the first time a method that can be used to assess colour vision in the animal kingdom.” telegraph.co.uk

  • "But I do believe that if we were to leave the EU without a deal our economy would be weaker, the integrity of the United Kingdom would be more fragile and I think there are some security concerns as well." telegraph.co.uk

  • "But my own view? I think that, if people were to see Parliament closer to different parts of the United Kingdom, then I don't see there are any reasons why we can't have more operations of the UK Parliament in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. telegraph.co.uk

  • "Entry in to Switzerland from the United Kingdom is permitted for British nationals and nationals of EU and EFTA countries. Family members of UK/EU/EFTA nationals regardless of nationality are also permitted." telegraph.co.uk

  • "Germany is convinced that it is still possible to reach a Brexit agreement with Britain, but there is not very much time left," a German government spokesman said. "The United Kingdom must make compromises in the Brexit talks." telegraph.co.uk

  • "I think that extension will be a flexible one that will allow the United Kingdom to leave the EU, if they can get a deal done, well in advance of the end of that extension period, which looks like it might be the end of January." telegraph.co.uk

  • "I though we were the United Kingdom, I though the Prime Minister was most powerful politician in the land,I thought we had great scientists who we were supposed to listened to - but none of this seems to count anymore." telegraph.co.uk

  • "It is with regret and concern that we, the Leaders of France, Germany and the United Kingdom take note of President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States of America from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. telegraph.co.uk

  • "Like in the animal kingdom, whether a pod, a pack, or a pride, the interactions we have with the broader community – be it with our grandparent, teachers or neighbours – play a crucial role in the growth and learning of our young. telegraph.co.uk

  • "Now is the time to act together as one reinvigorated nation, one United Kingdom, filled with renewed confidence in our national destiny and determined at last to take advantage of the opportunities that now lie before us." telegraph.co.uk

  • "Progress in negotiations so far has been slim, to put it diplomatically. We've agreed with the United Kingdom to accelerate the pace of talks to reach an agreement by autumn, an agreement that could be ratified by the end of the year." telegraph.co.uk

  • "Recent media reports that suggest the Kingdom is behind a hacking of Mr Jeff Bezos's phone are absurd," Saudi Arabia's US embassy said on Twitter. "We call for an investigation on these claims so that we can have all the facts out." telegraph.co.uk

  • "Saudi Arabia’s censorship of Netflix using a cyber-crime law comes as no surprise and is further proof of a relentless crackdown on freedom of expression in the Kingdom," said Samah Hadid, Amnesty International’s Middle East campaigns director. telegraph.co.uk

  • "That is why I gave a very straight answer to parliament last week... so the position is clear and outlined. For us it is about having a safety net... to protect people and businesses across the United Kingdom." telegraph.co.uk

  • "The Government would then bring forward the Withdrawal Agreement Bill. We would want to agree a timetable for this Bill to ensure it is passed before 22nd May so that the United Kingdom need not take part in European Parliamentary Elections. telegraph.co.uk

  • "The Kingdom categorically rejects any interference in its internal affairs, any and all accusations, in any manner, that disrespect its leadership... and any attempts to undermine its sovereignty or diminish its stature,” the Saudi foreign ministry said. telegraph.co.uk