• Why are Duke & Duchess of Nemours listed? Neither of those articles mentions Italy. —Tamfang (talk) 06:35, 15 August 2014 (UTC)...
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  • I added the Savoy-Aosta branch because they do belong to the Italian Royal Family. If anyone thinks otherwise, feel free to remove them, but I just figure...
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  • (UTC) Wow, you're right! I've noticed the title Ranks of Nobility, as well as the royal and imperial titles, but haven't realised that tose two don't...
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  • and titles "Green Howards" forming an official part of the name. The old and new titles were given in The Times on 9 December 1920: (Regimental Titles Changed...
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  • "unnecessary". Charles 18:55, 21 February 2008 (UTC) Compare Template:Italian Royal Family, which has the most recognized pretender obviously at the top...
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  • could be used for Roman empresses (where "royal titles" is invalid on two counts) and potentially other such titles elsewhere (possibly in the empires of...
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  • has a number in the queue to receiving a royal title (after all, even people in the line have royal titles apart from their place in the order of succession:...
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  • Edward; all Austrian boxes use the Austrian crown, all Italian boxes (as their was no actual Italian crown) use the coat of arms of the House of Savoy. There...
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  • Template talk:Tuscan princes (category Template-Class Italy articles)
    Please see for example Almanach de Gotha (2018), Le Petit Gotha, Burkes Royal Families of the World Volume 1. - dwc lr (talk) 07:00, 8 July 2020 (UTC)...
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  • nobility for titles of the Duchy of Modena (1452 - 1859) Italian nobility should only be for titles of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy (ex: Duke of Lodi)...
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  • London/Wales colleges. I know this might be contentious, but hear me out. The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama article does not describe it as a University...
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  • and all that). I've edited the template here to make the entry titles close to the titles of the articles they lead to. Changes to specific article names...
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  • produced by the "ca" parameter to change from Catholic Church titles to Roman Catholic Church titles. Waltham, The Duke of 16:13, 23 February 2008 (UTC)  Done...
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  • Editathon coming up in June at the Royal Opera House to work on ballet articles: Wikipedia:WikiProject Ballet/Royal Opera House editathon – Tim riley (talk)...
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  • Italy portal This template is within the scope of WikiProject Italy, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Italy on Wikipedia. If you would...
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  • "controversial" in sources. The Chetniks in the Italian occupation zone of the NDH collaborated very closely with the Italians. Jevdevic was the Chetnik leader most...
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  • Given WP:ITALICS and the way titles of ballets are usually treated, would it be a good idea to italicize all the links to ballets in this template? Maybe...
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  • Hague Conventions of 1907 (let alone ratified). But we do know that His Royal Highness the Prince of Montenegro signed the Conventions as well as His...
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  • Expression Monarchy King (list): Carl XVI Gustaf Crown Princess: Victoria Royal family Royal Court Marshal of the Realm: Fredrik Wersäll Executive Government:...
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  • interested reader has to categorise it first (impossible), then scan the titles in that category. As a navigational aid, the template is not very helpful...
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  • quotation marks surrounding the article title? Brandybuck, Meriadoc (1955). "Herb lore of the Shire". Journal of the Royal Institute of Chemistry 10 (2), 234–351...
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  • = Oslo | government_type = Democratic constitutional monarchy | leader_titles = King Prime Minister | leader_names = Harald V Kjell Magne Bondevik | area_rank...
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  • precludes us from moving to the German (or rarely, other languages) titles. "Original title" works too. RandomCanadian (talk / contribs) 21:09, 4 June 2020...
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  • -- Michael Bednarek (talk) 09:37, 6 June 2022 (UTC) Propose we add the titles "rehearsal director" and "rehearsal directors" to the infobox ballet company...
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  • be deleted because it's an italian phaunomenon. 87.203.233.242 13:48, 14 September 2006 (UTC) Fascism is not just Italian, and many people consider Nazism...
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  • articles do lead to the main country page. The Italy series, eventually delivers the reader to History of the Italian Republic (ie since 1946). I actually think...
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  • feelings about this, but: Here's what the Summer article says: It takes its title from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, which is being produced by...
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  • language|English]]: "From Sea to Sea") |national_anthem = "[[O Canada]]"<br>[[Royal anthem]]: "[[God Save the Queen]]" |image_map = CanadaWorldMap.png |capital...
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  • 18:24, 18 May 2024 (UTC) ( Comment or view Article history ) ... that Italian broadcaster RAI did not broadcast the 1974 edition of the Eurovision Song...
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  • that governs the form, shape or size of the Royal Arms of Scotland (here referred to as The Scottish royal lion flag) or the St Andrew's cross, but the...
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