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celebrity

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a king's ransom

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a competitor who holds a preeminent position

preeminence in a particular category or group or field

United States woman tennis player (born in 1943)

United States guitar player and singer of the blues (born in 1925)

United States charismatic civil rights leader and Baptist minister who campaigned against the segregation of Blacks (1929-1968)

a checker that has been moved to the opponent's first row where it is promoted to a piece that is free to move either forward or backward

one of the four playing cards in a deck bearing the picture of a king

(chess) the weakest but the most important piece

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Then Baleka spoke: "I weep, mother of a king, because this man, who is my brother, has come from him who is my lord and they son, to murder that which shall be born of me.
Then the King turned to some of the black men who were standing near and said, "Take away this medicine-man--with all his animals, and lock them up in my strongest prison.
the King exclaimed, turning to the jury, who instantly made a memorandum of the fact.
Accordingly the king mounted his horse and went into the place where he played.
The King had already been married once, and had by his first wife seven children, six boys and one girl, whom he loved more than anything in the world.
This time he did not seek out Prince John, but asked audience with King Richard of the Lion Heart himself.
Then, upon seeing my Musketeers they changed their minds, and forgot their private hatred for partisan hatred; for your Majesty cannot be ignorant that the Musketeers, who belong to the king and nobody but the king, are the natural enemies of the Guardsmen, who belong to the cardinal.
asked the king, looking with admiration at these two men, whose chief idea seemed to be how they could take on their shoulders all the dangers that assailed him.
On arriving beneath the porch of the Castle of the States, the king met, surrounded by his guards and gentlemen, with S.
When therefore the son had been proclaimed king, and the time of mourning was over, he was forced to keep the promise which he had given his father, and caused the king's daughter to be asked in marriage, and she was promised to him.
Then, again, he wished to unburden his mind to the king; but yet the king would not be able to understand the suspicions which had not even a shadow of reality at their base.
And now came more bustle than ever; a great running hither and thither, a rapping of hammers and a babble of voices sounded everywhere through the place, for the folk were building great arches across the streets, beneath which the King was to pass, and were draping these arches with silken banners and streamers of many colors.
The Nome King was in an angry mood, and at such times he was very disagreeable.
It started, directly, in the London palace of Henry III, and was the result of a quarrel between the King and his powerful brother-in-law, Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester.
Chaucer used this kind of verse, but because King James used it too, and used it so well, it came to be called the Rhyme Royal.