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Interregnum

In`ter`reg´num
n.1.
1.The time during which a throne is vacant between the death or abdication of a sovereign and the accession of his successor.
2.Any period during which, for any cause, the executive branch of a government is suspended or interrupted.
Noun1.interregnum - the time between two reigns, governments, etc.

INTERREGNUM, polit. law. In an established government, the period which elapses between the death of a sovereign and the election of another is called interregnum. It is also understood for the vacancy created in the executive power, and for any vacancy which occurs when there is no government.

interim, lag
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Interpretive
interpretive dance
interpretive dancing
Interpretive Menu Processor
interpretive program
Interpubic
Interpunction
interracial
interracially
Interradial
Interramal
Interreceive
interred
interreflection
Interregency
Interregent
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Interreign
interrelate
Interrelated
interrelatedness
Interrelation
interrelationship
Interrenal
Interrepellent
Interrer
Interrex
Interrogate
Interrogatee
Interrogation
interrogation point
Interrogative
interrogative mood
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