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princess

1. (in Britain) a daughter of the sovereign or of one of the sovereign's sons
2. a nonreigning female member of a sovereign family
3. the wife and consort of a prince
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I am truly very touched by what once started as partnerships a long time ago and that this has brought us here tonight," said Prinzessin Reuss, known to Abba fans as Frida, before she stepped aside to let ex-husband Andersson play piano performing their 1980 hit, "The Winner Takes It All" sung by U.
Acceptance by the family: Waldemar Prinz zu Schaumburg-Lippe (head of the family's Nachod line in Germany) fully acknowledged the adoption of Mario-Max Prince Schaumburg-Lippe, by his beloved aunt, Helga-Lee Prinzessin zu Schaumburg-Lippe and accepts Mario-Max as a full and equal family member of the Nachod line.
A childlike pleasure like this, however, is not long lasting in Die entfuhrte Prinzessin.
An die grosse Stadt Mosskaw / als er schiede PRinzessin deines Reichs / die Hollstein Muhme nennet / Du wahre Freundinn du / durch welcher Gunst wit wagen / Was Fursten ward versagt / und Kongen abgeschlagen / Den Weg nach Aufgang zu.
When Strauss received the libretto, however, "he found [it] 'clearly versified' but not truly inspiring; so he compared them with Wilde, in the new translation of Hedwig Lachmann, and the very first line, Wie schon ist die Prinzessin Salome struck him at once as marvelously apt for music" (Mann 1966, 41).
The "German citizen" who penned the letter is thought to be Princess Gabriela of Sayn, whose daughter Filippa Prinzessin zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, 21, was killed instantly in an horrendous accident on the M5 last September.
Filippa Prinzessin zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn, 21, died with a man when the van they were travelling in collided with a council vehicle near Clevedon, Somerset.
Sie erinnert an die Prinzessin im Tasso)" (Samtliche Werke, Kritische Ausgabe, hrsg.