queendom


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queendom

(ˈkwiːndəm)
n
a territory, state, people, or community ruled over by a queen
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This week sees the release of the second part of the trilogy, The Invasion of The Tearling, where Kelsea finds herself defending her queendom.
com)-- The battle of the sexes has been won by the women in "The Queendom of Evlantis" (ISBN 9780991630707) and "Sephora's Revenge" (9780991630721) books one and two in the Unfallen Series by Juliet Y.
Inspired by Minaj's eye-catching style and vivacious personality, MINAJESTY Nicki Minaj reflects Minaj's captivating expression of empowerment, encouraging her fans to rule their world as their own queendom.
Many relaxing, realistic photos of Bangle Bear at home, in her yard and in her queendom adorn the chapters and pages.
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.
But going by my friend's logic, it should clearly be Queendom.
That's great news because their Gorilla Kingdom is currently a Queendom.
That's great news for London Zoo where Gorilla Kingdom is currently a Queendom.
As Brian says of Denise's camp queendom, 'Most people hated that, but I loved him for it' ('A Smart Cunt', 242).