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cousin

Etiquette a title used by a sovereign when addressing another sovereign or a nobleman

Cousin

Victor . 1792--1867, French philosopher and educational reformer
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My first cousin once removed, who I refer to as my aunt, Peggy Tishman, was the first president of UJA.
Another, taken by her first cousin once removed, Lord Lichfield, who died last year, depicts a carefree Queen in 1972 wearing sunglasses on board her beloved Royal Yacht Britannia.
In one adventure, Asterix introduces his readers to his 'first cousin once removed', a Briton, who appears just slightly different, using a peculiar idiom--'I say, rather amusing, old fruit, what?'
She was proclaimed queen on July 10, 1553 after the death of Henry VIII's only son, Edward VI, who nominated his first cousin once removed as his successor.
He is the brother of actresses Kate and Amy Robbins, brother-inlaw of actor Robert Daws, and is a first cousin once removed of Paul McCartney.
Today in Tablet Magazine, music journalist Seth Rogovoy celebrates his first cousin once removed, the late Jerry Ragovoy, who wrote some of the best-known soul ballads"A Piece of My Heart," and "Time is on My Side," for exampleoften wrongly credited to others.
Frchtet euch nicht by first cousin once removed and father-in-law Johann Michael was almost mischievously madrigalian, gleefully delivered by the BBC under Paul Spicer's smiling direction, before more seemly gravity set in.
Lichfield, the Queen's first cousin once removed, died from a stroke.
The 66-year-old, who was the Queen's first cousin once removed, died suddenly just over a week ago after suffering a stroke.
The Queen was left 'deeply saddened' at the sudden death of her 66-year-old first cousin once removed, who was famous for capturing the Royal Family on camera.
The Queen was left "deeply saddened" at the sudden death of her 66-year-old first cousin once removed.

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