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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 the country.
     2. Queen consort, is the wife of a king.
     3. Queen dowager is the widow of a king. In the United States there is no one with this title.

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In the first book, "The Queendom of Evlantis," Low Queen Sephora plots the downfall of High Queen Rachel, the Queendom's beloved ruler.
Otherwise, we would now have been talking about the United Queendom.
Unlike the relatively rare queendom in Europe, this queendom would not rule over a patriarchy of kings or princes as some sort of substitute-kingdom, succeeding on an incidental, individual basis until the next male heir is superimposed.
Queendom Race 7, Gulfstream Things are getting a bit bare at Gulfstream as the meeting winds down and the quality drops accordingly.
The campaign, which brands Britain the United Queendom, helped bolster gay tourism in London by 40% last year.
Britney's ascent to the top of the teeny pop kingdom, or queendom, was apparently the fault of the UK's formulaic pop industry and bands like Bros and the Spice Girls: "We didn't have that kind of music for a long time," said Joe Levy, of Rolling Stone magazine.
Where a face with eyes turned inside out was the indexical marker of the kingdom of the giant, here in this queendom the ultimate icon was that oxymoron, the vaginal signifier.
leaving possessions and positions, shedding my clothes, forgetting, oh, my name, putting my life on the line, to bring my Julia forth, lesbian woman, who'll masturbate and rule over my body, Earth, parting the waters of my clitoral Queendom, woman in lust, who'll lose her mind and gain her Self in want, in wish, in pure desire and lust for the rosie colored lips covered with hair of Margarita, my yellow margarita.
They have to be willing to contribute energy to Queendom and the community for years to come.
To understand the cultural underpinnings of rice queendom, we begin with a popular stereotype.