queen regent


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queen regent

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a queen who acts as regent
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queen′ re′gent


n.
1. a queen who reigns in behalf of another.
[1755–65]
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Noun1.queen regent - a queen who serves as ruler when the king cannotqueen regent - a queen who serves as ruler when the king cannot
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You were created by my father a Knight of the Garter that is an order which all the kings of Europe cannot bear; by the queen regent, Knight of the Holy Ghost -- which is an order not less illustrious; I join to it that of the Golden Fleece sent me by the king of France, to whom the king of Spain, his father-in-law, gave two on the occasion of his marriage; but in return, I have a service to ask of you."
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The country's oldest chamber traces its roots to April 8, 1886, when Queen Regent Maria Cristina issued a royal decree creating the "Camara" institutions for all Spanish colonies.
Second was Zaragoza (1847-1923), represented in the exhibition with a historically important work, a 'boceto' for the 'Presentacion de los Habitantes Indigenos a la Reina Regenta Maria Cristina y la Princesa Mercedes de Asturias en la Exposicion General de las Yslas Filipinas de Madrid, 1887; (Study, The Presentation of the Indigenous Filipinos to the Queen Regent Maria Cristina and the Princess Mercedes of Asturias at the General Exposition of the Philippine Islands, Madrid 1887.)'
A series of wagers placed from German accounts on one particular character - Cersei Lannister, who, as the seventh season begins, is the Queen Regent of the Seven Kingdoms - saw online bookmaker Betway close its "Iron Throne" market.
Covering English queenship from Henry VIIIAEs wives through the reigning Queen Elizabeth II, this color-illustrated work for general readers surveys the lives and legacies of 28 women who have served as queen regent or queen consort in England, drawing on their own writings and the writings of their contemporaries to paint a portrait of their lives and times.
After Henry's death, his widow Catherine de' Medici took residence and reigned from Chenonceau as Queen Regent, laying more formal gardens and building a gallery on top of the bridge, giving the chateau its unusual but beautiful appearance.
''I don't think I've ever been as nervous to meet anybody,'' said Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, queen regent of the Seven Kingdoms.
Queen Regent Cersei Lannister's was secure in the beginning so her gowns were lightly embroidered or printed but as she gets more paranoid and uncertain of her position, she wears more Lannister emblems to show her power, she added.
Carreno developed the formal full-length portrait established by Velazquez for pairs of portraits that articulated the dual authority of queen regent and prince, yet his paintings' depiction of mirrors and rooms of the royal palace adorned with paintings also makes evident how Les Meninas was a key source of inspiration.