Anne


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Anne

 (ăn) 1665-1714.
Queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1702-1714). The last monarch of the Stuart line, she was also the first English ruler to reign over a unified England and Scotland (1707), making her the first sovereign of Great Britain.

Anne

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1. (Biography) Princess, the Princess Royal. born 1950, daughter of Elizabeth II of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; a noted horsewoman and president of the Save the Children Fund
2. (Biography) Queen. 1665–1714, queen of Great Britain and Ireland (1702–14), daughter of James II, and the last of the Stuart monarchs
3. (Biography) Saint. (in Christian tradition) the mother of the Virgin Mary. Feast day: July 26 or 25

Anne

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1665–1714, queen of England 1702–14.
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Noun1.Anne - Queen of England and Scotland and Ireland; daughter if James II and the last of the Stuart monarchs; in 1707 she was the last English ruler to exercise the royal veto over parliament (1665-1714)
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Anne

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I recalled to her our meeting in Limmeridge churchyard at the close of my interview there with the woman in white, taking special care to remind her that I was the person who assisted Anne Catherick
(as Anne had herself declared) to escape the pursuit from the Asylum.
I could only abstain most carefully from raising any false hopes, and then explain that the object of my visit was to discover the persons who were really responsible for Anne's disappearance.
She could only reply that I was welcome to anything she could tell me in return for the kindness I had shown to Anne; but as she was not very quick and ready, at the best of times, in talking to strangers, she would beg me to put her in the right way, and to say where I wished her to begin.
"Harvest is ended and summer is gone," quoted Anne Shirley, gazing across the shorn fields dreamily.
"It seems to me they have been gone long enough to go around the world," sighed Anne.
Lynde going to move up?" asked Diana, as if she had not heard Anne's remark.
`So passes the glory of this world,' " concluded Anne, with a laugh in which there was a little note of regret.
Marilla said nothing to Matthew about the affair that evening; but when Anne proved still refractory the next morning an explanation had to be made to account for her absence from the breakfast table.
You know that Anne's behavior was dreadful, and yet you take her part!
Breakfast, dinner, and supper were very silent meals--for Anne still remained obdurate.
Anne was sitting on the yellow chair by the window gazing mournfully out into the garden.