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|Crossword Clue||Adjective applied to the U.K.s Air Force and Navy but not Army|
|Crossword Clue Explanation||The Royal Air Force and Royal Navy are branches of the British Armed Forces that are granted the title “Royal” by the British monarchy. The Royal Army, on the other hand, is not granted this title. Royal Air Force, Royal Navy, British Army|
|Clue Category||Politics and Government|
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