Definition funny of Regent:

urbanThe most pointless set of exams in the country. They're even worse more stupid than the SATs. And only in New York are they a requirement for graduation. 9 times out of 10, you don't need to even take the class to pass them.

urbanI got a 90 on a practice biology regents before I even entered 9th grade.

urbanA New York State exam. There are Earth science, biology, and chemistry regents, math sequential A and B regents, english regents, F-Language regents, Global/American History regents, and God-knows-what-else regents.

urbanI've taken Bio, Global, and Earth science and they were easier than the teachers made it seem.

urbanA ruler who acts on behalf of the rightful ruler during thier inability to rule.

urbanThe regent king Richard III killed his nephews, allowing his regency to continue to full corronation.

urbanA meaningless exam that some states force all High Schoolers to take each year. If you fail it, nothing really happens except you being forced to take it again. You only have to pass 5 specific regents to graduate, which are all stupidly easy. There's absolutely no point to this exam as it's tailored so that even the niggest can pass. It's also the main reason why the rest of the world sees America's education system as what it is: a complete joke. Here's an example from the New York Geometry Regents---getting 41 credits out of 86 (half the test right) nets you a 65%. Come in with your calculator and slam your face on the test and you'll pass, and if you don't come in during August and you'll definitely pass.


Songs about Regent:

songsPrecious (Regent Park Demo) (Remastered for 'Pirate Radio') by Pretenders from the Album Pirate Radio [digital version]

songsAngels from the Realms of Glory (Regent Square) [Instrumental Version] by John Keys from the Album Hymns and Praise, Vol. 1 (Organ Accompaniments)

songsRaindrops Keep Falling On My Head (Live At The Regent) by Merril Bainbridge from the Album John Farnham Live At The Regent Theatre

songsRegent's Court by The Get Up Kids from the Album There Are Rules

songsEverytime You Cry (Live At The Regent) by John Farnham with Human Nature from the Album John Farnham Live At The Regent Theatre

songsRegent Street by Alan Hawkshaw from the Album KPM 1000 Series: Soul Organ Showcase

songsRegent's Fete / Sir Roger De Coverley by Magpie Lane from the Album English Country Songs and Dances


Books about Regent:

booksThe Regent by Arnold Bennett (May 17, 2012)

booksRegent (Godsland Series Book 4) by Brian Rathbone (Oct 19, 2011)

booksThe Regent's Gamble (A Spellbound Consortium Book 1) by A. Payne, N. D. Taylor and Steven Novak (Jul 31, 2014)

booksU.S. History and Government Power Pack (Regents Power Packs) by John McGeehan and Morris Gall (Nov 1, 2013)

booksThe Virtuoso (Regents Restoration Drama) by Thomas Shadwell, David Stuart Rhodes and Marjorie Hope Nicolson (Feb 1, 1966)

booksThe Regent Mysteries: 3 Regency Romance Mysteries in a Box Set by Cheryl Bolen (Jun 6, 2014)

booksRegents English Workbook 2 Intermediate, New Edition by Robert J. Dixson (Mar 28, 1995)


Movies about Regent:

moviesThe Toronto Welsh Choir - Live at the Regent Theater 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 34 mins Directed by: Phil Nicols

moviesSpirit Warrior: Regent of Darkness 2003 R - Runtime: 1 hr 41 mins Starring: Steven Seagal, Michael Caine, Joan Chen, et al. Directed by: Steven Seagal

moviesAPlusPhysics Video Guide to Regents Physics: Volume 1 2012 - Runtime: 2 hrs 3 mins

moviesAPlusPhysics Video Guide to Regents Physics: Volume 2 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 51 mins

moviesAPlusPhysics Video Guide to Regents Physics: Volume 6 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 25 mins

moviesAPlusPhysics Video Guide to Regents Physics: Volume 7 2012 - Runtime: 57 mins

moviesAPlusPhysics Video Guide to Regents Physics: Volume 3 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins


Wiki information Regent:


A regent, from the Roman regens "one who reigns", is the informal or sometimes formal title given to a temporary, acting head of state in a monarchy. The Oxford English Dictionary defines the term as "A person appointed to administer a State because...

George IV of the United Kingdom
Monarch, Political Appointer, Person Or Being In Fiction, Chivalric Order Member, Animal owner, Person, Film subject, Organization founder, Noble person, Literature Subject

George IV was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of Hanover following the death of his father, George III, on 29 January 1820, until his own death ten years later. From 1811 until his accession, he served as Prince Regent...