(in early medieval England) the protection secured by the
a British judiciary officer who may intervene in probate, nullity, or divorce actions when collusion, suppression of evidence, or other irregularities are alleged.
A drinking game using all 52 cards in a deck, drawn one at a time. Rules vary
from place to place, with each card
an English theatrical company originally called Lord Chamberlain's Men, founded in the late 16th century: William Shakespeare was the company's principal ...
standard, educated, or correct English speech or usage, especially of England. Expand. Also called, when a queen is sovereign, queen's English. Origin of ...
The male ruler of an independent state, especially one who inherits th....
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a male ruler of a country who usually inherits his position and rules for life. : a boy or man who is highly respected and very successful or popular. : a boy or man ...
evidence for the crown given by an accused person against his or her alleged accomplices. Expand. Also called, when a queen is sovereign, queen's evidence.
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A huge sum of money, as in That handmade rug must have cost a