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Bol·eyn

 (bo͝ol′ĭn, bo͝o-lĭn′), Anne 1507?-1536.
Queen of England (1533-1536) as the second wife of Henry VIII. She gave birth to a child who became Elizabeth I but was later tried for adultery and beheaded.

Boleyn

(bʊˈlɪn; ˈbʊlɪn)
n
(Biography) Anne. 1507–36, second wife of Henry VIII of England; mother of Elizabeth I. She was executed on a charge of adultery

Bol•eyn

(ˈbʊl ɪn, bʊˈlɪn)

n.
Anne, 1507–36, second wife of Henry VIII of England: mother of Queen Elizabeth I.
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He, too, like Petrarch, addressed his sonnets to a lady, and the lady he took for his love was Queen Anne Boleyn.
After a little search, grandma produced an old portfolio, and selecting the papers, read the following letter, written by Anne Boleyn before her marriage to Henry VIII, and now in the possession of a celebrated antiquarian:
I am just going to mass, and you shall speedily have the prayers, as you have now the kindest love of your own ANNE BOLEYN.
But when the Pope finally refused Henry's demand for the divorce from Katharine of Spain, which would make possible a marriage with Anne Boleyn, Henry angrily threw off the papal authority and declared himself the Supreme Head of the Church in England, thus establishing the separate English (Anglican, Episcopal) church.
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Take the Boleyn sofa, its gorgeous shimmering finish is down to the luxury crushed velvet and silk upholstery, which entices you to get cosy on its plump, comfy seating.
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