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empress

1. the wife or widow of an emperor
2. a woman who holds the rank of emperor in her own right
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Fiona Robertson, Year Two teacher at the school, said: "This visit coupled with our visits to Hadrian's Wall and obviously having Phoebe as the Empress of Hadrian's Wall for the year, has really focused the children and added that extra wow-factor to our learning.
President of KMH, Kevin Henneman, said : 'We are very excited to be part of the Empress eMAM team.
This is the first time that an Emperor and Empress of Japan will visit India.
I want the readers to feel the perspectives of the two poets," Shima said, referring to the empress who is known to create poems herself.
During her final fling, Empress boarded with her co-star Queenie within the beautiful grounds of Crom Castle, on the shores of Upper Lough Erne, Co Fermanagh, where the series was filmed.
First, the minimum trip looked inadequate for Royal Empress and she has since shown better form at 6f, finishing third behind Leitir Mor in a Group 3 Curragh event in which the runner-up Cougar Ridge was a much shorter-priced contender for the stable.
So much of the success of a local business like Empress Audio comes down to accessibility.
Oliver Morley, of Morley Estates, said: "From the outset, we have been focused on creating Empress Park into a business destination of the highest specification.
He also said, ''If there is something that I would like to present to the empress on the occasion of our 50th wedding anniversary, it would, this time, be a citation of appreciation and gratitude.
Inside this gilded mega-cage, the emperor (Chow Yun Fat) is slowly poisoning the empress (Gong) -- not to death, but into a state of mental decrepitude.
THE unlikely gumshoe in this detective tale of ancient Rome is Claudia, a spy for the Empress Helena (mother of the Emperor Constantine) and known to all and sundry as "the little mouse".

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