incoronation

incoronation

(ɪnˌkɒrəˈneɪʃən)
adj
a crowning; coronation
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Rob Mallard - best known at the moment for playing Daniel Osbourne inCoronation Street- has attracted lots of likes and support from fans on Twitter for explaining why he seemed to be shaking during his appearance on This Morning this week.
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In 1716, Pope Clement XI signed the Act of Incoronation and the image was crowned on September 8, 1717 in the presence of about 200,000 faithful.
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