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  • n. Plural form of kaiser.


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  • Still, Czars, moguls, kaisers, directors, administrators, whatever the hell you want to call them i do not believe the president alone should have the power to appoint ANYONE regardless of qualifications into a position of power without congressional or general populace approval.

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  • In Imperial Prussia, it was the kaisers—Wilhelm II with his curled mustache, Wilhelm I with his giant sideburns—who helped popularize facial hair.

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  • An unspoken code agreed between kings and czars, emperors and kaisers, had protected rulers - however monstrous - for centuries, while ignoring the suffering of the masses.

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  • Once upon a time, the plot was occupied by an even vaster edifice: the 1,200-room Stadtschloss, the 12th-century palace of Prussian kings and German kaisers, damaged in World War II and razed by the communists in 1950.

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  • We did some HEAVY damage to the bagels and kaisers that we slaved over all day on Saturday.

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  • We put together a starter for the kaiser recipe but decided to try another recipe my sister found that was for the salt sticks and kaisers, a two-fer!

    New York Bagels, Kaiser Rolls and Salt Sticks

  • “You see,” said Lord Dalgarno, “that, in choosing my household, the best regard I can pay to gentle blood is to exclude it from my service — that very gallows — bird were enough to corrupt a whole antechamber of pages, though they were descended from kings and kaisers.”

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  • Housed in the majestic, massive Charlottenburg Palace, the museum traces its roots back 175 years, to the Prussian state archaeological collection, later augmented by the personal collections of the kaisers and the thousands of objects German archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann excavated from Troy.

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  • Napolean had himself crowned emperor, the tsars of Russia and the kaisers of Germany took their titles from the Roman Caesars.

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  • Von Bülow was then the Imperial Chancellor of Germany, and on the throne set Wilhelm II—Wilhelm, the haughty; Wilhelm, the arrogant; Wilhelm, the last of the German kaisers, building an army and navy that he boasted could whip their weight in wildcats.

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