Definitions

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  • n. daughter of George VI who became the Queen of England and Northern Ireland in 1952 on the death of her father (1926-)

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Examples

  • Ilse calls Elizabeth II "a great woman and a great queen."

    Last in the Line of Succession, Ms. Vogel Is Glad She Isn't Queen

  • The only individual I feel any affection for is the frowzy-but-admirable Queen Elizabeth II, aka Brenda.

    Slate Magazine

  • Vienna's Hidden Gem: Imperial Hotel When Queen Elizabeth II visited here in 1969, the hotel staff was aghast.

    The Most Agreeable Hour

  • Elizabeth II's reign saw Britain further shorn of any delusions of global grandeur and forced to readjust to a new, less exalted but more honest place in the world.

    How the Queen Saved and Soothed Britain

  • In her Diamond Jubilee year, Elizabeth II deserves praise for having been, in the words of historian John Grigg, 'a bastion of stability in an age of social and moral flux.'

    How the Queen Saved and Soothed Britain

  • Queen Elizabeth II acceded to the British throne 60 years ago this week.

    How the Queen Saved and Soothed Britain

  • One framed photograph of Queen Elizabeth II; one framed photograph of Prince

    Obama administration scores sweet foreign swag

  • Unclear, although these events are clearly not his thing: The last one he attended was in 2007, when George W. Bush hosted Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.

    For White House dinner, a few of the chosen few

  • A new British law that took effect Wednesday makes Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles and Prince William exempt from freedom of information laws, meaning many private details of their lives won't be made public for decades.

    World Watch

  • Renowned for his sensibility for style, Beaton first captured Queen Elizabeth II in 1942, when she was just a teenager, sparking a lifelong relationship that has shaped the public perception of the queen and the monarchy throughout her life.

    What's On Around Europe

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