queen

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queen

Sociology
A commonly used but derogatory term for a male homosexual, especially one who is flamboyantly effeminate.

Vox populi
A female monarch.

queen

a mature, entire female cat used for breeding.
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In "Sephora's Revenge," Sephora clashes with Ava, a stranger from outside the city, who is the catalyst of the radical change rocking the Queendom.
15) `Temporarily safe from the violations of the patriarchal household, Zadel and Djuna played in their symbolic, marginalized world, a queendom of "nanophilia"' (Broe, `My Art Belongs to Daddy', p.
This political conclusion also underpins the appeal in his long dedication of the poem in which he addresses the "People of the United Queendom and of the United States.
By safeguarding at the top what enters into your personal kingdom, or queendom, you avoid having to de-clutter again later.
It was not until the final Saturday, showing two young Swan Queens magnificently emerging into their queendom, that the production started to take wing.
Mary Lynn Broe and Angela Ingram [Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989], 53), Broe says, "Temporarily safe from the violations of the patriarchal household, Zadel and Djuna played in their symbolic, marginalized world, a queendom of |nanophilia.
8220;If Eric Roberson is the King of Independent Soul Music, then Conya Doss has got to be in line for the Queendom.
Sir Seth and Sir Ollie are investigating the mysterious source of a lowering of the pond water level when they discover a plot masterminded by the evil Ooz and his dino Grek to take hostage (or worse) the underground Queendom of Claire.
And Her Majesty the Queen of England's has been served with a Civil War branded as "Riots" raging throughout her almighty queendom.
It has to be said that this is a tournament which is very much the poor relation of four on TV this week, and I shall be much more interested in how Annika Sorenstam copes with the youngsters who will one day inherit her queendom in the WomenOs British Open at Royal Birkdale.