Empire

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  • The control of the city passed frequently from one empire to the other.
  • The empire established the use of English in regions around the world.
  • Later stories saw them develop time travel and a space empire.
  • All of the empire's citizens had to perform either military or community service.
  • As such, it was used in different ways throughout the Empire's history.
  • The empire's enemies lost no time in taking advantage of this new situation.
  • The empire continued to grow with no end in sight.
  • All were held in the eastern part of the Roman Empire.
  • The empire covered more than, almost a quarter of the Earth's total land area.
  • It would remain the capital of the eastern, Greek-speaking empire for over a thousand years.
  • Spanish presence was minor during that empire's second rule over Florida.
  • Finally, it extended to the religion of the new Empire's population.
  • Beyond suffering as a father, his view of the Empire's future changed completely.
  • All the other naval and military services of what was already a world-wide empire had to be maintained. Cited from The War With the United States, by William Wood
  • Japan's large military force was regarded as essential to the empire's defense.
  • In the Holy Roman Empire, some cities had no other lord than the emperor.
  • When empires were created, they went to war more with foreign countries.
  • In the months following this, the Empire's membership rose to over five hundred people.
  • During years of service in the empire's judicial system he built a small private fortune.
  • Aachen became the focus of his court and the political centre of his empire.
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Words starting with Empire

Meaning of Empire

  • noun The domain ruled by an emperor or empress; the region over which imperial dominion is exercised
  • noun A group of countries under a single authority
    the British created a great empire
  • noun A monarchy with an emperor as head of state
  • noun An eating apple that somewhat resembles a mcintosh; used as both an eating and a cooking apple