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queen Definitions

name

surname, originating as a nickname

noun

a monarch butterfly (danaus spp., esp. danaus gilippus).

verb

to sit on the face of (a partner) to receive oral sex.

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  • in the 1980s and 1990s, many in the united states viewed askance that portion of the social security act of 1935 which assisted needy families. those viewing the act with disapprobation even coined the term ”welfare queen” to describe what in their view were unworthy recipients of the act’s benefits. when president bill clinton signed into law the personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act (prwora) of 1996, he formally and culturally institutionalized the idea of "taking responsibility for feeding one's family through employment"; in his words, the act would "end welfare as we know it." in their three-part volume, when work is not enough: state and federal policies to support needy workers, authors robert p. stoker and laura a. wilson analyze the effects of the prwora and assess whether the assistance it provides is sufficient. bls.gov

  • cooper is by no means the first to follow this path, and he draws heavily on his predecessors. his treatment of the throckmorton and babington plots to overthrow the queen and put mary, queen of scots, on the throne offer nothing new, though the tradecraft employed by walsingham’s agents makes for interesting reading. the same is true of cooper’s discussion of walsingham’s role in detecting the spanish armada. cia.gov

  • it happened to a queen of england, and it will happen to as many as 50 percent of women over the age of 40 today: pelvic or vaginal prolapse, a condition in which the muscles of the pelvic floor weaken so much that they no longer support the organs resting on them. after queen victoria’s death, her physician found that she had a prolapsed uterus, which isn’t too surprising considering that the famously fertile queen was the mother of nine children. everydayhealth.com

  • elizabeth bowes-lyon was played by helena bonham carter in the 2010 film the king’s speech. colin firth played king george vi… the queen mother’s funeral was held in westminster abbey and she was buried next to her husband on the grounds of windsor palace… the queen mother had two children: elizabeth (b. 1926) and margaret (b. 1930)… the queen mother was the grandmother of the current heir to the throne, prince charles… after the death of her husband, the queen mother’s official title became her majesty queen elizabeth the queen mother. factmonster.com

  • charlotte has two large healthcare systems, supporting the greater charlotte community. novant health, a premier healthcare system in the queen city, has a 624-bed medical center, novant health presbyterian medical center, along with 500 locations throughout the carolinas and virginia. novant health is known for focus on community health, diversity and inclusion, and is recognized by leapfrog hospital safety guide as the safest healthcare system in the community. atrium health’s carolinas medical center is ranked #1 in charlotte and #3 in the region with u.s. news. atrium’s healthcare system includes levine children’s hospital and levine cancer center, sanger heart & vascular institute and more. healthline.com

  • ms. queen: susan queen from aspe. i just want to express my thanks to the committee for taking this on. keep in mind that the challenge for our surveys in trying to implement any new standards, what we’re facing now with the standards that were just adopted, which are perhaps much more straightforward than anything related to socioeconomic status variables. even implementing such changes of those standards is definitely going to be a challenge. hhs.gov

  • elizabeth bowes-lyon was played by helena bonham carter in the 2010 film the king’s speech. colin firth played king george vi… the queen mother’s funeral was held in westminster abbey and she was buried next to her husband on the grounds of windsor palace… the queen mother had two children: elizabeth (b. 1926) and margaret (b. 1930)… the queen mother was the grandmother of the current heir to the throne, prince charles… after the death of her husband, the queen mother’s official title became her majesty queen elizabeth the queen mother. infoplease.com

  • long live the queen db77645 10 hours 21 minutes by kate locke read by moira quirk after the events of the queen is dead (db 77393), xandra vardan meets with queen victoria, a vampire. victoria wants assurance that xandra and her forces will support the vampires against a human insurrection, but xandra is more worried about a teenaged girl turned into a killing machine. unrated. commercial audiobook. 2013. loc.gov

  • hemophilia has been called the royal disease because queen victoria, queen of england from 1837 to 1901, was a carrier. her daughters passed the mutated gene on to members of the royal families of germany, spain, and russia. alexandra, queen victoria's granddaughter, who became tsarina of russia in the early 20th century when she married tsar nicholas ii, was a carrier. their son, the tsarevich alexei, suffered from hemophilia. medicinenet.com

  • undergoing ostomy and coping daily with stoma care still pose challenges, but even decades ago, when drastic surgery was the gold standard, these concerns did not prevent public figures from living productive lives in the spotlight -- president dwight eisenhower, vice-president hubert humphrey, speaker of the house 'tip' o'neill, former israeli defense minister moshe dayan, and queen elizabeth the queen mother of great britain, to name just a few famous people with stomas. medpagetoday.com

  • then, it dawned on me that medicine, like everything else in life, is perseverance. a character named, daenerys targaryen, defines perseverance. in short, she was born a princess, and due to circumstances, she lost everything. literally starting from nothing but sand to sit on, she revived her way up into being the mother of dragons, and now has an army much bigger than any of the other kingdoms. she is on her path to being the queen. although, it may only be a television show, her character’s inspiration is what i believe, a model to becoming a physician and life in general. merckmanuals.com

  • the government of jamaica is a combination of a parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy. the queen of england is the jamaican monarch. the prime minister, governor general and cabinet run the government’s affairs. the queen appoints the prime while the pm designates a governor general. the latter chooses members of the cabinet upon the advice of the prime minister. the current prime minister is portia simpson-miller who was inaugurated in january of 2012. nationmaster.com

  • this study was funded by the swedish heart-lung foundation, swedish foundation for strategic research (ssf), vinnova (vinn-mer), eu fp6 marie curie, afa insurances, the king oscar ii jubilee foundation, the king gustaf v and queen victoria’s freemasons foundation, the swedish research council (vr), the regional agreement on medical training and clinical research (alf) between stockholm county council and karolinska institutet. nih.gov