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queen·ship

 (kwēn′shĭp′)
n.
1. The rank or state of being a queen.
2. A noble or regal quality, as of a queen.

queenship

(ˈkwiːnʃɪp)
n
1. the state of being a queen
2. a respectful title for a queen
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Our students' projects ranged from a study of modernity in sculpture, to an analysis of data from a sleep lab dealing with parasomnia, to an examination of queenship in Shakespeare's plays, to a study of rock formations in New Zealand, to a rhetorical examination of archived Asian-American campus publications, and many more.
37) See Jo Eldridge Carney, Fairy Tale Queens: Representations of Early Modern Queenship (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), 20-25.
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The studies collected here touch upon the visual culture, manuscript studies, drama, ceremonial aspects of kingship and queenship, patronage, diplomacy, prophecy, nostalgia, and the collective imaginary--an interdisciplinary exploration that makes this book especially rich in scope.
It was so with me almost every evening of my life; one little stairway led me from feast or council, all the bustle and skill and glory of queenship, to my own chamber, to be alone with myself; that is, with a nothingness.
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6), her continental education seems to have trained her in the requirements of queenship, and gives her access to a language that combines a lack of ornament with the expression of true compassion.

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