PALACE


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AcronymDefinition
PALACEProfiling Automatic Lagrangian Circulation Explorer
PALACENickname for HQ USAF Programs Connected With Personnel
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Aladdin made them set out to the palace, two and two, followed by his mother.
what palace am I to lead to," said Sancho, "when what I saw her highness in was only a very little house?
You see, if it were not a palace, but a hen-house, I might creep into it to avoid getting wet, and yet I would not call the hen-house a palace out of gratitude to it for keeping me dry.
With so agreeable a prospect before him, Ulysses fancied that he could not do better than go straight to the palace gate, and tell the master of it that there was a crew of poor shipwrecked mariners, not far off, who had eaten nothing for a day or two, save a few clams and oysters, and would therefore be thankful for a little food.
So he went to the royal palace, and as he entered the door the first people he saw were his two brothers who had so shamefully ill-treated him.
The palace is surrounded by a double row of girl soldiers," he announced.
But the King and Queen were sitting under an umbrella before the palace door.
The furniture was made of rare old woods richly carved and covered with delicate satins, and the entire palace was lighted by a mysterious rosy glow that seemed to come from no particular place but flooded each apartment with its soft and pleasing radiance.
The newspapers appeared forthwith with a border of hearts and the initials of the Princess; and therein you might read that every good-looking young man was at liberty to come to the palace and speak to the Princess; and he who spoke in such wise as showed he felt himself at home there, that one the Princess would choose for her husband.
As we approached the palace I could see through the great windows of the first floor into the brilliantly illuminated audience chamber of Than Kosis.
Most noble Jeddak," he said, addressing Kulan Tith, "from the first I suspected this stranger within thy palace.
To whose retinue he had been attached none had thought to inquire, for the followers of a Martian noble are many, coming and going at the whim of their master, so that a new face is scarcely ever questioned, as the fact that a man has passed within the palace walls is considered proof positive that his loyalty to the jeddak is beyond question, so rigid is the examination of each who seeks service with the nobles of the court.