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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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The Disney Princess line limits girls' opportunities to be engaged in the necessary meaning-making processes of watching the films contextually.
Aging up the princess line is seen as a way by the Mouse House to stay relevant to fans who grew up with the princesses and are now mothers watching their daughters play dress-up.
Despite this basic sameness in a Princess line that is already so limited, however, some researchers argue that Princess play might actually provide children with the opportunity to critique restrictive gender narratives.
In the maritime field its most prestigious recent contract has been the supply of the wiper systems and six control systems to the liner Queen Victoria, while it has also supplied systems to the Queen Mary II, Queen Elizabeth I and II, and the Canberra, as well as the Princess line of ships and Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Challenger.
The Disney Princess line, meanwhile, now includes Snow White, Mulan and Pocahantas.
The Queen was in the pink in a bright cyclamencoloured wool coal with a Princess line - a fashionable three inches below the knee-and the bell sleeves trimmed with a wide swathe of black beaver.
Skirt suits, princess line coats, pencil skirts and high heels show off the body and sculpt curves, for a sexy and sophisticated starlet silhouette," says Shelly.
Miss Roberts was in a gown of parchment-coloured satin beautA, made on a Princess line, reaching to the ground and having long fitting sleeves.
Disney, which operates a multibillion licensing business, took its first steps into the consumer electronics arena in spring 2002 with the launch of Disney Electronics Princess line and Mickey Mouse line.
"Elegant gloves, pretty dresses, demure hairdos." cooed one magazine, showing a picture of happy women posing in something called "princess line" dresses.
Ivory strapless dress with boned bodice with embroidery at the front and ribbon lacing at the back, fitted onto a princess line skirt, with a catherdral length train.
Miss Mildred Tucker, head of a corset department in Denver, discussed the importance of "tactfulness" in dealing with the "little girls and even college girls [who] are not quite used to the return of youth to corsets, which the new Princess line in dress styles has necessitated." She explained that "tact ...

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