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She was uncrowned queen of acting in all languages in her time." In 2013, the government feted her with the Padma Shri, the country's fourth-highest civilian award.
Our previous studies reveal that the aza crown ether substituted hydroxamic Cobalt complexes as monoxygenase model showed much more enhanced O2-binding and catalytic oxidation activity than the uncrowned analogues [5, 6].
Critique: An absolute "must" for all dedicated music enthusiasts, "Buried Treasure: Overlooked, Forgotten and Uncrowned Classic Albums" is a unique and profusely illustrated compendium that is an informative as it is absorbing.
Here is the amazing story of the Jewish juvenile delinquent who went on to become a general in the Chinese Army and was frequently referred to as the uncrowned Jewish king of China.
As of Sunday, the betting market was drawing bets on this possibility at a rate of 30 paise against ` 1 for his uncrowned opponent Rahul Gandhi.
THE "uncrowned king" walks among his people - July 2, 1930 was a day which the people of Middlesbrough would never forget.
1653: New ruler Oliver Cromwell made himself Lord Protector, becoming an uncrowned king for the next four years.
For more than three years, Magnus Carlsen, a 22-year-old Norwegian, has been the uncrowned king of chess.
Referred by followers as the uncrowned king of Mumbai, he founded the right-wing Hindu party Shiv Sena in the 1960s and nurtured it into a major political party in the state.
Cuello is an uncrowned world champion, sports analysts said.
The first solution is to obey to the uncrowned ruler and the second one is to radically change from a political aspect and inside their parties too, Azam Dauti comments for Tuesday's leading article.