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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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2009) and similar differences have been found between some dialects of Dutch (Quene 2008).
after this spousage the kynges frendes fell from hym, bothe in Englande and in Fraunce, the Lordes of his realme, fell in division emongest themselfes, the commons rebelled against their sovereigne Lorde, and naturall Prince, wer foughten, many thousands slain, and finally, the kyng deposed, and his sonne slain, and this Quene sent home again, with as muche misery and sorowe, as she was received with pompe and triumphe.
If you will be driving, quene up a podcast you have been meaning to listen to so that you can cross it off your to-do list after your drive.
Child does note an entry in the Stationer's Register on 30 November 1560 for a ballad called 'The Lamentation of Quene Jane', (13) although Rollins is minded to relate this entry to ballads on the subject of Lady Jane Grey.
For example, Vergil's account of Elizabeth's flight into sanctuary uses interior perspective and ascribes to her privileged suspicions about Richard: "Elyzabeth the quene was much dismayed, and determynyd furthwith to fly; for, suspecting eaven than that ther was no plane dealing, to th intent she might dlyver her other children from the present danger, she convayed hirself with them ...
Having been prevented by the intense cold from praying to 'Venus, luifis quene' (a goddess invoked in Baxter's poem), the speaker stokes his fire and seeks to recruit his waning vigour by reading a love story.
5), the audience is not yet aware why the speaker could make such a claim, and how valid it might be, but in the final couplet of the stanza she identifies herself and her connection to her audience, a relationship that is the basis for the present speech: "Your selfe wotte well that in this realme was I, / Your quene but late, and lo now here I lye" (ll.
According to Lesley, Ferrers showed Talbott, "A book he made in laten, of the deducing of the lyne from the Red Rose and the White, and so he thought to bring it to the End of the Scot's Quene's Title; but he had not yet brought it so far, and so amendid som thing in the Stories and other, and deliberid the Book again" (A Collection 30).
The Lords of the Counsell, Lord Governe aryght, / That they may be mindfull of the common weale" (Phillip, I1r); "let us all praye, / For Elyzabeth our Quene, ...