queendom


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queendom

(ˈkwiːndəm)
n
a territory, state, people, or community ruled over by a queen
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And if you set it up just right, it's your own little queendom.
Queen Boa stopped her longish convoy of flesh, looked sideways as if examining what improvements had been made in her Queendom since her last visit.
The Superstar said she couldn't have risen above those initial debacles on her fairy tale-like climb to movie queendom without the doting love and support of Mamay Tunying-and she said she wanted the young generation of fans to know how her mom helped see her through their humble beginnings.
In addition to being a hall-of-famer, the Columbia Business School MBA graduate is also the founder of Gridiron Queendom, an advocacy organization that encourages female participation in football.
Dubbed My Queendom, it is described by the artist as being "an act of finding your true identity and becoming a confident, self-aware woman".
He has his students consider the patriarchy as he teaches them about the Linnaean method of classifying animals, asking them whether it really wouldn't be more appropriate to call it the "queendom," rather than "kingdom." The students form a social contract at the beginning of the class: no sexism, racism or speciesism.
His latest novel is Crimson, set in a world where magic is fading and a queen who has ruled for a thousand years is starting to lose her grip on the queendom.
As her presence is by then simply a nuisance Hel is hurled out of Asgard and sentenced to her underworld Queendom. The imaginative realisation of the foul, putrid, loathsome and stench-laden Hel's place, the ever enlarging population and weird features, is a real tour de force.