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QUEEN. There are several kinds of queens in some countries. 1. Queen
regnant, is a woman who possesses in her own right the executive power of
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Bacon, Sir Francis
Benjamin, Judah Philip
Bill of rights
Brougham, Henry Peter
Coke, Sir Edward
Dole, Sanford Ballard
English Bill of Rights
Failure of Issue
Ferraro, Geraldine Anne
To compound this, the prayer responding to and correcting Smyth's final blessing contains the request that: Our Kynge, Quene, and Prynce, [.
Asked by Isold to do battle with three knights that do her wrong Dinadan answers, "I shall sey you ye be as fayre a lady as evir I sawe ony, and much fayrer than is my lady quene Gwenyver, but wyte you well, at one worde, I woll nat fyght for you wyth three knyghtes, Jesu me defende" (1977: 424).
1) Bale replied that "havock" had been made of his library seven years earlier, when he had been forced to flee Ireland to exile on the Continent and had been "depryved of all that I had, by the papystes undre quene Marye.
Quenched Fluorescent Substrate
quenched spark gap
Quenching and Tempering of Steel
Quenching of Luminescence
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Quent Cordair Fine Art
Quental, Antero de
Quental, Antero Tarquinio de
Quental, Antero Tarquínio de
Quentin & Uma
Quentin Burdick Center for Cooperatives
Quentin Howieson Gibson
Quentin Jerome Tarantino
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