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CZARINA. The title of the empress of Russia.

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The youngest child of the Czar and Czarina was heir to the Imperial throne but was often sickly, having inherited the blood condition of haemophilia.
Rosalyn, Alice and Czarina presented their project to the EESW judges, as Elen and Laura were unable to attend due to a prior commitment, and impressed all who spoke to them.
In the Superiority of Stables, the objects including ceremonial harnesses for the horses, the things for the usage of czars in their private and common lives that produced by the masters which worked in the workshops of gold and silver and coverings and clothing sewn and ornamented with pearls and silver threads for both the religious and casual usage by the master tailors and embroiderers most of them are the daughters of noble Russian families under in custody of the czarina in the Chamber of Czarina also takes their places there.
We have in this issue chosen the editorial jointly written by Mulk Raj Anand, Marg's Founder Editor, and Pupul Jayakar who headed the National Handloom Board in the 1960s-70s and was the undisputed Czarina of Culture.
Lulla, known as the "Czarina of Indian Fashion", will showcase an exclusive line of clothes to coincide with the Indian Republic Day celebrations.
Cousin of George V; CROWN PRINCE ALEXEI The heir to the throne was said to have fled; PRINCESS TATYANA Executed with her family; CZARINA ALEXANDRA Nicholas's German wife was shot with children
This has been reflected in her Czar and Czarina crosses, Rouble pendants and dome-shaped amethyst and chalcedony.
Czar Alexander III of Russia commissioned the elaborate eggs as gifts for his wife, Czarina Maria Feodorovna.
The handmade jewel-encrusted ornament, dubbed the Czarina Egg, is the only one of its kind in the whole world, and the ninth in the series of a collection of just 25.
York: 2.40 Czarina Waltz, 3.15 Welcome Stranger, 3.50 Lake
Rainbow flags proliferate in the storefronts of restaurants and gift shops, and there is a perfect balance between the chic opulence of art glass offered at Czarina's and the touristy kitsch you might covet at Maisie and Me, which features a nylon-and-plastic flamingo petting farm.