"In a word, a hearty one..." said the subaltern, laughing (the regimental commander was nicknamed King of Hearts
"King of Hearts
," said the front page of the English-language tabloid Mail Today, while the serious-minded broadsheet The Hindu ran the headline, "Superstar who turned romance, and even death, into a high art."
Sabina wore a T-shirt with his photo bearing the phrase: "Engelbert King of Hearts
"We've been looking at doing it for quite a few years, but I've never found the right version," says director Dan Meigh, who also plays the King of Hearts
Abdulaziz Ibn Mohammed Al Ayyaf, Mayor of Riyadh, said that the era of The King of Humanity and The King of Hearts
has been characterized by comprehensive achievements in all fields starting from his care for the Two Holy Mosques to construction, economic development, and education, in addition to the prestigious and influential position of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at regional, Arab and international arenas.
The king of hearts
called for those tarts and beat the knave full sore; the knave of hearts brought back the tarts and said he'd ne'er steal more." Theft is bad, yes, but what about corporal punishment?
The king of hearts
is the only king without a moustache on a standard playing card.
West leads the king of hearts
, next the ace of diamonds, then a low trump.
French film director Philippe de Broca, whose offbeat 1966 antiwar comedy "King of Hearts
" enjoyed years of American arthouse play after failing to engage French audiences, died Nov.
He may no longer be the King of Old Trafford, but David Beckham could be the new King of Hearts
according to research by a Midland sociologist which claims the England captain has replaced Diana, Princess of Wales, in the nation's affections.
The message of "King of Hearts
" is simple enough: War is insane.
2003 "Medical Mailbox," a reader mentioned wearing a King of Hearts