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Majestic

Majestic or The Majestic may refer to:

Majestic Prince (manga)

Majestic Prince (Japanese: マジェスティックプリンス, Hepburn: Majesutikku Purinsu) is a Japanese manga written by Rando Ayamine and illustrated by Hikaru Niijima about a team of eccentric, genetically enhanced youngsters selected to pilot some experimental mecha to defend Earth against an alien, hostile race.

Majestic 12

In UFO conspiracy theories, Majestic 12 (or MJ-12) is the code name of an alleged secret committee of scientists, military leaders, and government officials, formed in 1947 by an executive order by U.S.

Majestic Park

Majestic Park (1908–18) was one of the first Major League Baseball spring training facilities, located at the corner of Belding Street and Carson Street in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Majestic (Kari Jobe album)

Majestic is the second live album by Christian singer and songwriter Kari Jobe. It is her first on Sparrow Records.

Majestic Princess

Majestic Princess is a ship sailing for Princess Cruises. She is a Royal-class vessel, and is a sister ship to Regal Princess, Royal Princess and the upcoming Sky Princess.

Majestic Mill, Waterhead

Majestic Mill, Waterhead is a cotton spinning mill in Waterhead, Oldham, Greater Manchester. It was built in 1903. It was taken over by the Lancashire Cotton Corporation in the 1930s and passed to Courtaulds in 1964, converted to ring spinning in 1971. Production finished in 1982. Still standing in other use.

Majestic Las Vegas

Majestic Las Vegas is a cancelled high-rise condominium project that was to be built on property previously occupied by the La Concha Motel on the Las Vegas Strip, in Winchester, Nevada.

Majestic metro station

Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Stn., Majestic is a Namma Metro interchange station in Bangalore, (Karnataka) India.

Majestic-class battleship

The Majestic class of nine pre-dreadnought battleships were built for the Royal Navy in the mid-1890s under the Spencer Programme, named after the First Lord of the Admiralty, John Poyntz Spencer.