Queen

[magazine] Queen (originally The Queen) magazine was a British society publication established by Samuel Beeton in 1861. In 1958, the magazine was sold to Jocelyn Stevens, who dropped the prefix "The" and used it as his vehicle to represent the younger side of the British Establishment, sometimes referred to as the "Chelsea Set" under the e
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Queen

[1785] Queen was an East Indiaman, which was destroyed in a fire on 9 July 1800 off San Salvador, while en route from Torquay to Madras. According to the Sussex Weekly Advertiser of 20 October 1800, five ladies on board lost all their clothes except what they wore. Six passengers and seventy of the crew were killed in the fire, which was di
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Queen

[American automobile] The Queen was an American automobile manufactured between 1904 and 1907 in Detroit, Michigan. Built by the C.H. Blomstrom Motor Company, Queens were chain-driven, and were one-, two-, or four-cylinder cars. The 1906 Queen was available as a 14 hp and 18 hp twin or as a 26/28 hp four. David Burgess Wise, The New Illustr
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Queen

[English automobile] The Queen was an English automobile produced from 1904 to 1905. "The car for the million or the millionaire", it was sold by Horner & Sons of Mitre Square, London. Models of 12 and 16 hp were offered; prices ranged from 235 guineas to 275 guineas. David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles. ...
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Queen

[Canadian automobile] The Queen was a Canadian automobile manufactured in Toronto between 1901 and 1903. A gas buggy, it had a single-cylinder 824 cc engine. David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles. ...
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Queen

Unneutered female cat.
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queen

[n] - something personified as a woman who is considered the best or most important of her kind 2. [n] - the wife or widow of a king 3. [n] - a female sovereign ruler 4. [n] - one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a queen 5. [n] - (chess) the most powerful chess piece 6. [n] - especially large and only mem
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Queen

Queen noun [ Middle English quen , quene , queen, quean, Anglo-Saxon cwēn wife, queen, woman; akin to Old Saxon quān wife, woman, Icelandic kvān wife, queen, Goth. qēns . √221. See Quean .] 1. The wife of a ki
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Queen

Queen intransitive verb To act the part of a queen. Shak.
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Queen

Queen intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Queened ; present participle & verbal noun Queening .] (Chess.) To make a queen (or other piece, at the player's discretion) of by moving it to the eighth row; as, to queen
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queen

1. The wife of a king. ... 2. A woman who is the sovereign of a kingdom; a female monarch; as, Elizabeth, queen of England; Mary, queen of Scots. 'In faith, and by the heaven's quene.' (Chaucer) ... 3. A woman eminent in power or attractions; the highest of her kind; as, a queen in society; also used figuratively of cities, countries, etc. ' This q
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queen

noun (chess) the most powerful piece
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queen

queen regnant noun a female sovereign ruler
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queen

noun an especially large mole rat and the only member of a colony of naked mole rats to bear offspring which are sired by only a few males
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queen

noun a competitor who holds a preeminent position
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Queen

• (v. i.) To act the part of a queen. • (n.) The fertile, or fully developed, female of social bees, ants, and termites. • (n.) A playing card bearing the picture of a queen; as, the queen of spades. • (n.) A woman eminent in power or attractions; the highest of her kind; as, a queen in society; -- also used figuratively of citi
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queen

(from the article `ant`) There are generally three castes, or classes, within a colony: queens, males, and workers. Some species live in the nests of other species as ... Back in the parent colony, the first queen to emerge after the mother queen departs with the swarm immediately attempts to destroy the others. If two ... ...The res...
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queen

(from the article `chess`) Each player has one queen, which combines the powers of the rook and bishop and is thus the most mobile and powerful piece. The White queen begins at ... ...factor in the course of a game. But under the new rules the counselor underwent a sex change and gained vastly increased mobility to become the ... ......
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queen

(from the article `old maid`) Two or more can play with a standard 52-card deck from which one black queen is discarded. The cards are then dealt around one at a time as far as ...
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Queen

British rock band whose fusion of heavy metal, glam rock, and camp theatrics made it one of the most popular groups of the 1970s. Although generally ... [1 related articles]
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Queen

Queen is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Queen` Where is it used? The name Queen is mainly used In English.See also In English: Queenie (F) From Old English. Queen doesn`t appear In 2007`s top-1000 name list.The last time Queen appeared In the top-1000 was 58 years ago, In 1950. It ranked #535 In that year. . 1900 was a `top
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Queen

[butterfly] The Queen Butterfly (Danaus gilippus) is a North and South American butterfly in the family Nymphalidae (the brush-foots) with a wingspan of 2.75–3.25" (70–88mm). It is orange or brown with black wing borders and small white forewing spots on its dorsal wing surface, and reddish ventral wing surface fairly similar to the dor
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Queen

[TTC] ==Entrances== The main entrances are at the intersection of Yonge and Queen streets A secondary entrance is located at what was the intersection of Yonge and Albert streets (street long since removed after opening of the Eaton Centre) - just south of Shuter street. == History == Queen Station opened in 1954 as part of the original str
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Queen

[album] Queen is the eponymous debut album by British rock group Queen, released in July 1973. It was recorded at Trident Studios and De Lane Lea Music Centre, London, with production by Roy Thomas Baker (as Roy Baker), John Anthony and Queen. The album was influenced by the seaside rock, hard rock, and heavy metal of the day and covers sub
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Queen

[Snow White] The Evil Queen is a fictional character and the main antagonist in the German fairy tale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, collected by the Brothers Grimm and adapted by Disney into an animated film. The Evil Queen is beautiful, but narcissistic and cruel. She marries a widowed king who has a daughter called Snow White from his
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