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early 15c., "government by regents," from Medieval Latin regentia, from Latin regens (see regent). Notable instances were: France 1715-1723 (under Philip, Duke of Orleans), Britain 1811-1820 [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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Term applied to the style of architecture, furniture and decorative art produced from 1811 until 1830, during the Prince Regency and subsequent reign of George IV
Source: tate.org.uk

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(n) the period of time during which a regent governs(n) the period from 1811-1820 when the Prince of Wales was regent during George III's periods of insanity(n) the office of a regent
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 The advertising tactic of providing reach, without regard to frequency, for as many weeks as possible in order to deliver ad messages immediately prior to purchase decisions.  
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period from 1810-1820. George III went insane in 1810 and his son ruled as prince regent in his stead. George III died in 1820 and his son became George IV.
Source: charlesdickenspage.com

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Between 1811 and 1820, the future King George IV of England acted as Regent through his father’s insane periods. Regency architecture, epitomised by the terraces of John Nash, marked the transition [..]
Source: dkt.co.uk

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