queendom


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queendom

(ˈkwiːndəm)
n
a territory, state, people, or community ruled over by a queen
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His latest novel is Crimson, set in a world where magic is fading and a queen who has ruled for a thousand years is starting to lose her grip on the queendom.
Gridiron Queendom (GIQ) is honoring women and girls in October by launching its "GIQ Chalk Talk" interview series which provides a heretofore unseen glimpse into the lives of girls and women breaking barriers in the last male-dominated sport: football.
As her presence is by then simply a nuisance Hel is hurled out of Asgard and sentenced to her underworld Queendom.
She defects to her own wintry Ice Queendom, fostering her own army and banning human affection from her domain: "Love is nothing more than a fairy tale," she hisses, coolly oblivious to her own generic surroundings.
This week sees the release of the second part of the trilogy, The Invasion of The Tearling, where Kelsea finds herself defending her queendom.
Understandably limitations apply, but Stirling's claim that Ellen Galford's Queendom Come (1990) "contains probably the funniest female incarnation of Scotland in the twentieth century, or indeed at all" (115) would suggest that it merited more than the few pages of analysis provided.
When seventeen-year-old Raisa takes the throne, she inherits a queendom on the brink of civil war.
Many relaxing, realistic photos of Bangle Bear at home, in her yard and in her queendom adorn the chapters and pages.
There appears to be an equivalence drawn between the bouquet she holds and the child-trophies in the arms of the other women in the painting; in this vaguely foreboding setting, normative dreams of prom queendom and coupling become mere instantiations of the logic of possession.
SHORTLY AFTER the Scandinavian queendom of Denmark slapped an innovative "fat tax" on a variety of food staples, Danes began to see the slimming effects--not on their waistlines but on their wallets.
And Her Majesty the Queen of England has also been served with a Civil War branded as "Riots" raging throughout her almighty queendom.