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- n. Plural form of queen.
- n. A pair of queens.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of queen.
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- n. a borough of New York City
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Whether or not the adaptation will keep the drag queens is another matter, but let's hope so.
One of my favorite evil queens is someone who commits a heinous act against our hero and then, through her guilt and regret, becomes a wonderfully strong heroine.
(February 7, 2008 9: 07: 00 PM CST) urban farming is an old and tired idea. there's actually a real live functioning farm in queens, with chickens and pigs to boot. or look at the 'farmadelphia' proposal developed for inner city philadelphia. work's scheme is just buckets full of weeds that don't really benefit or excite anyone except the pseudo intellectual art fashionistas. blah blah blah baaarf ...
In a disco scene of beauty queens is really not my bag.
He smoked marijuana; he lived in a compound with 27 women - his "queens" - whom he symbolically married one day.
Movie trailers showing some real dreck, mixed with odd curiosities -- Marihuana, The Weed With It's Roots In Hell; Tease A Rama and Varietease, featuring Burlesque queens from the Mid 50's, like Tempest Storm, Lili St. Cyr and Bettie Page; Jayne Mansfield and her husband, bodybuilder Mickey Hagarity, in separate flicks.
i had it in queens … it added a fun component, unless ur allergic to peanuts of course …
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One of the clubs in queens actually has the chef’s name on the sign outside.
There’s a pollo tropical in queens and i have partaken of its goodness.
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