Empress

[n] - a woman Emperor or the wife of an Emperor
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Empress

Type of porcelain crown and porcelain veneer/laminate. The advantage Empress is that it blends very nicely with the surrounding teeth; it is very esthetic.
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Empress

Em'press noun [ Middle English empress , emperice , Old French empereis , empereris , from Latin imperatrix , fem. of imperator . See Emperor .] 1. The consort of an emperor. Shak. 2. A female sovereign. 3. A sovere...
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empress

1. The consort of an emperor. ... 2. A female sovereign. ... 3. A sovereign mistress. 'Empress of my soul.' Empress cloth, a cloth for ladies' dresses, either wholly of wool, or with cotton warp and wool weft. It resembles merino, but is not twilled. ... Origin: OE. Empress, emperice, OF. Empereis, empereris, fr. L. Imperatrix, fem. Of imperator. S...
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empress

noun a woman emperor or the wife of an emperor
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Empress

• (n.) A sovereign mistress. • (n.) A female sovereign. • (n.) The consort of an emperor.
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Empress

The term empress is applied to both the wife of an emperor or a woman with the rank of an emperor, and also to a woman exercising absolute power. The title of empress is generally held to be higher than that of the rank of queen, since a queen is simply the ruler or wide of the ruler of a single country, while an empress is the wife or ruler of an ...
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Empress

Empress is a variety of apple.
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Empress

Empress is a name for girls. The meaning is `commands` The name Empress is most commonly given to American girls. The name sounds like: Ambre, Amber, Ambereen, Amberely, Ambrosia See also: Imperia
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Empress

[chess] An empress (also known as a marshal, chancellor, or simply rook+knight compound) is a fairy chess piece that can move like a rook or a knight. It cannot jump over other pieces when moving as a rook, but may do so when moving as a knight. Below, it is given the symbol RN from Betza notation. ==History and nomenclature== The empress i...
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EMPRESS

Type of porcelain crown and porcelain veneer/laminate. The advantage Empress is that it blends very nicely with the surrounding teeth; it is very esthetic.
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