archduchess


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archduchess

1. the wife or widow of an archduke
2. (since 1453) a princess of the Austrian imperial family, esp a daughter of the Austrian emperor
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In her statement, Archduchess Herta Margarete said Prince Khalifa deserved the award for his leading role in consolidating humanitarian work and peace at the world level.
Gheeraerts's caricature-like portrait of Mary Curzon, which illustrates the Archduchess Harriet, is the Sackville portrait most obviously used satirically.
Our hero isn't necessarily straight: he does have a massive crush on another boy at boarding school ('Guillaume' goes to boarding school in England, as did Guillaume) and of course we see him as a rather fey lad, playing 'Sissi and Archduchess Sophie' in his room -- but 'Guillaume' also falls in love with a girl named Amandine, as did Guillaume (they've been married since 2005).
Unfortunately, prominent Viennese lesbians have not made it onto the pages of history--lesbian rumors about Marie Antoinette, who was born an archduchess of Austria, notwithstanding.
LINGFIELD: 5.15 Pudding, 5.50 Marydale, 6.20 Chantrea, 6.50 Polar Forest, 7.20 Johnny Splash, 7.50 Galiotto, 8.20 Archduchess.
LINGFIELD 5.15 Pudding 5.50 Marydale 6.20 Chantrea 6.50 Polar Forest 7.20 Johnny Splash 7.50 Galiotto 8.20 Archduchess. NEWMARKET 5.35 Panettone 6.10 Wisewit 6.40 Panda Spirit 7.10 Meridius 7.40 Gwafa 8.10 Xinbama 8.45 Fray.
He saddles Archduchess (5.00) VVMISSISSIPPI 7.50 Yarmouth This five-year-old has won only once from 16 starts but went close in a couple of hot 6f Doncaster handicaps last year, including when beaten a nose off only 1lb lower at that course in June.
This was certainly the case with the all-powerful Medici family in mid-16th century Florence, when in 1565 their scion Prince Francesco (later Grand Duke Francesco I) made a dynastic marriage of enormous importance with the Archduchess Johanna of Austria, daughter of the recently-deceased Emperor Ferdinand I.
The 18th century founder, Archduchess Marie Christine, is reputed to have been in a lesbian relationship with her sister-in-law, Isabella, the first wife of Emperor Joseph II.
Thus perished, in the thirty-eighth year of her age, the queen of France and Navarre, the archduchess of Austria, the daughter, sister, wife, of emperors and kings.