Kingdom of Sweden love

Kingdom of Sweden

Definitions

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  • proper noun The official name of Sweden.

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Examples

  • A new treaty of amity, navigation, and commerce has been concluded with the Kingdom of Sweden, which will be submitted to the Senate for their advice with regard to its ratification.

    State of the Union Address (1790-2001)

  • Even in this year, or shortly after, they penetrated, with the Friars Preachers, into the Kingdom of Sweden, and into some other countries of the North, according to the testimony of John the

    The Life and Legends of Saint Francis of Assisi

  • Even in this year, or shortly after, they penetrated, with the Friars Preachers, into the Kingdom of Sweden, and into some other countries of the North, according to the testimony of John the Great.

    The Life and Legends of Saint Francis of Assisi

  • Stockholm, the capital of the Kingdom of Sweden, is situated on Lake

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • * Translator's preface to Horneck's "Account of what happened in the Kingdom of Sweden."

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • The reader may consult "An Account of what happened in the Kingdom of Sweden in the years 1669 and 1670, and afterwards translated out of High Dutch into English by Dr. Antony Horneck," attached to Glanville's "Sadducismus Triumphatus."

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • A new treaty of amity, navigation, and commerce has been concluded with the Kingdom of Sweden, which will be submitted to the Senate for their advice with regard to its ratification.

    State of the Union Addresses of John Quincy Adams

  • The reader may consult "An Account of what happened in the Kingdom of Sweden in the years 1669 and 1670, and afterwards translated out of High Dutch into English by Dr. Antony Horneck," attached to Glanville's "Sadducismus Triumphatus."

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • Until 200 years ago it was part of the Kingdom of Sweden, which only permitted Jews to settle in a few designated areas - none of which happened to be in Finland.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

  • Until 200 years ago it was part of the Kingdom of Sweden, which only permitted Jews to settle in a few designated areas - none of which happened to be in Finland.

    The Jewish Week (BETA)

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