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Crown

the monarch.

CROWN. A covering for the head, commonly used by kings; figuratively, it signifies royal authority. By pleas of the crown, are understood criminal actions.

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After being presented with gold crowns in Sheikhupura and Sargodha, Maryam Nawaz received a gold necklace in Faisalabad.
The Gold Crown inside El Padrino is Hallmark's first in a Hispanic-owned store.
com)-- Longtime West Michigan film company Grooters Productions brought home a Gold Crown Award, two Bronze Crown Awards, and a nomination at the International Christian Visual Media (ICVM) conference, a prestigious gathering of media producers from around the world that took place last month in Orlando Florida.
Private dentist Paul Gallop said a gold crown currently costs about pounds 150 more than a typical crown.
Hallmark Gold Crown Store located in the prestigous northeast St Pete area.
A gold crown typically uses about one-tenth of an ounce of 16-karat gold, which would fetch around $40 to $50 at today's prices, Taber said.
Best Western Gold Crown Club International (GCCI) members may earn points when they park at any one of 24 Thrifty Car Rental airport locations.
It will be available through February only at Hallmark Gold Crown stores.
Managing director Paul Needham was formerly operations director at Knowsley-based tea blenders Gold Crown Foods, before the entire factory was destroyed in a fire last year.
Two former bosses of Kirkby tea maker Gold Crown have launched their own brew, Lancashire Tea, which they hope will become as successful as its White Rose counterpart, Yorkshire Tea.
Mark Gibson, partner at law firm Cobbetts, said: 'This is a key acquisition for Gold Crown, as the brands have a combined share of 2.