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A principal is:

  1. The head of an educational institution. See Dean, School principal or Vice-Chancellor.
  2. A natural person or legal entity acting on its/his/her own behalf, not as an agent or surety.
  3. In finance, the original amount of a debt on which interest is calculated. Also the amount still owed on a debt which has been partially paid, sometime also called remaining principal or outstanding balance.
  4. In Access Control, an entity with some authentication credentials. This is distinct from groups which are collections of principals (and other groups).
  5. Fundamental stop on a pipe organ. Good pipe organs usually have several principals.

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Principality of Caledon (318 words)
Principality of Caledon: The largest independent, human-governed state in the Reavers' Deep sector, covering large portions of the Caledon and Scotian Deep subsectors.
The Principality as such was established in -102 by Jamieson Dundas of Caledon (Reavers' Deep 1815); it has remained relatively stable, save for two periods of dynastic crisis and civil war (309-328; 1024-1025).
The area that is now the Principality was settled during the latter part of the period of the Interstellar wars between the Terran Confederation and the First Imperium.
Principality Holidays (183 words)
Established in 1986, Principality International operates throughout the whole of the United Kingdom and Ireland.
In the 17 years since the company was formed, Principality has developed considerable expertise in creating itineraries and programmes to suit each client’s requirements.
At Principality International, the key focus is the client.
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