throne room


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throne room

nThronsaal m; (hum)Klo nt (inf)
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007
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Through the arched hallways and into the magnificent throne room marched the Tin Woodman and his followers, and here, when the green silken curtains fell behind them, they saw a curious sight.
The entire throne room seemed to be filled with the rebels, and the Scarecrow and his comrades realized that they were prisoners.
But I think it would be fitting, in receiving such distinguished guests, for us to sit in my Throne Room."
"It may scare 'em to see your grand Throne Room, an' p'raps we'd better go into the back yard, Ozma, where the cabbages grow an' the chickens are playing.
The jailers had all left to join the fighters in the throne room, so we searched the labyrinthine prison without opposition.
Fortunately among the first I examined I found his jailer, and soon we had Kantos Kan with us in the throne room.
So first there was to be a grand procession through the streets, after which the little old man was requested to perform some of his wizardries in the great Throne Room of the palace.
Along the same path that Tara of Helium had been led Turan was conducted toward the throne room of O-Tar the jeddak, and when he entered the Hall of Chiefs his interest turned to wonder and admiration as he viewed the ranks of statuesque thoatmen decked in their gorgeous, martial panoply.
He sits day after day in the great Throne Room of his Palace, and even those who wait upon him do not see him face to face."
When she sat on her splendid emerald throne in the great Throne Room of her palace and made laws and settled disputes and tried to keep all her subjects happy and contented, she was as dignified and demure as any queen might be; but when she had thrown aside her jeweled robe of state and her sceptre, and had retired to her private apartments, the girl-- joyous, light-hearted and free--replaced the sedate Ruler.
In the throne room just beyond the palace the Nome King suddenly looked up and smiled.
But, after I had followed them from the throne room, through several other apartments, and down a long corridor, I found my further progress barred by a soldier who stood guard before a doorway through which the officer conducted Victory.