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  • "" Ranee "means Queen and in India today Ranee always means Queen Victoria.

    Empire Building 1926

  • As to your position, I know several ladies who preside over quite large enterprises, including the Queens of England and Madagascar, the Empress of China, and the late Ranee of an Indian kingdom.

    Isabelle Estelle Bruno 2010

  • Ranee, sorry I missed responding to your comment, but very glad to hear you're enjoying the recipes.

    Sauteed Chicken Breasts Recipe with Tarragon-Mustard Pan Sauce Kalyn Denny 2008

  • My Ranee smiles when looking at the man she loves.

    Almayer's Folly 2006

  • And she will be a Ranee — he gave all this for her!

    Almayer's Folly 2006

  • Two months into his treatments, medical scans showed that “everything had disappeared except one little spot on his body,” Ranee said.

    Prayer & recovery: People use the power of faith as a way to heal 2004

  • Perez and his wife, Ranee, chose an additional treatment option of their own: lots and lots of prayer.

    Prayer & recovery: People use the power of faith as a way to heal 2004

  • ` The Ranee, against the remonstrances of the chiefs, receives them unveiled, with which they are so charmed that even Court's brigade agreed to confirm her in the government if she would move to their camp and let them see her unveiled whenever they thought proper. '

    Flashman And The Mountain Of Light Fraser, George MacDonald, 1925- 1990

  • When you have decided that Fuller likes older women, the Ranee and Mme. Mirecourt, he takes up with those younger, his cousin and Victoria Chambert.

    Mrs. Wharton in New York Hardwick, Elizabeth 1988

  • Yet, if Realgar did strike, it would be because Ranee had thrown in his lot with the Theiwar.

    Stormblade Berberick, Nancy Varian 1988


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