Definitions for "Regina"
the provincial capital and largest city of Saskatchewan
Regina was a federal electoral district in Saskatchewan, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1908 to 1935.
Regina was a territorial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Northwest Territories, Canada.
Keywords:  twill, twofold, tex, weft, fine
A fine quality 2/1 twill fabric with about twice as many ends as picks and weighing about 100 g/m
A fine 2/1 twill of good quality, typically: 57x28; 7-10tex cotton type in warp and weft. Twofold yarns can also be used and the fabric is around 100 G/m2
Regina is an opera by Marc Blitzstein, to his own libretto based on the play The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman. Regina premiered on Broadway at the 46th Street Theatre in New York on October 31, 1949 conducted by Maurice Abravanel and directed by Bobby Lewis. Jane Pickens, formerly of the pop trio the Pickens Sisters, played Regina, and Brenda Lewis was Birdie.
Saint Regina (3rd century) was a virgin martyr and saint of the Catholic Church. Born in Autun, France, to a pagan named Clement, she was betrothed to the proconsul Olymbrius, but refused to renounce her faith to marry him, for which she was tortured and beheaded.
The Regina is a shipwreck (which sank in 1940) near Bradenton Beach, Florida, United States. It is located in the Gulf of Mexico, 75 yards off the coast from Bradenton Beach. It became the tenth Florida Underwater Archaeological Preserve.
Keywords:  colubrid, crayfish, snakes, diet, genus
Regina is a genus of colubrid snakes known as Crayfish Snakes, named after their primary choice of diet. The genus consists of four species which are found predominantly in the south and eastern United States.
A suite of mathematical software for 3-manifold topologists, including support for normal surfaces and angle structures
a charitable association open to all, dedicated to developing leadership and to enriching our community and people at every stage of life
Keywords:  queen, latin, late, originates, meaning
a name which originates from a late latin name meaning "queen".