Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of crown.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of crown.

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Examples

  • It is August 14, 1941, the vigil of the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mother, the Woman clothed with the sun and the moon and the stars, who long before had promised young Maximilian the twin crowns of purity and martyrdom for God.

    Anti-Catholicism

  • The award, of five million Swedish crowns, is the world's largest for children's and youth literature, and the second-largest literature prize in the world

    The Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award winner 2008

  • Want to spend several weeks to a month and my wife would like to get several porcelain crowns done, can anyone recommend a dentist for us also we will be driving down again, and does any one have a take on whats been happening around Nuevo Laredo border crossings as of late.

    dentist

  • Want to spend several weeks to a month and my wife would like to get several porcelain crowns done, can anyone recommend a dentist for us also we will be driving down again, and does any one have a take on whats been happening around Nuevo Laredo border crossings as of late.

    dentist

  • His two most remarkable collections of poems, the twin crowns of his career to date, appeared in 1968

    Nobel Prize in Literature 1977 - Presentation Speech

  • Can't Post | coming down in january, just broke two crowns, is there a good dentist in the area, and approx. how much are they charing for caps and crowns, thanks for any info

    dentist

  • In order to restore the masticatory efficiency of the left side of the lower jaw, a bridge consisting of one gold crown and two porcelain crowns was constructed.

    Prisons and Prisoners: Some Personal Experiences

  • It has a brown leather back – not russia – and stiff little gold flowers and ornaments all the way down, where Miller's Dictionary has gold swans in crowns, and ornaments.

    Mary's Meadow; and Letters From a Little Garden

  • He promised Bardolph "four Harry ten-shillings in French crowns" if he would stand his friend, and when sir John was informed thereof, he said to Bullcalf, "I will have none of you."

    Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol. 1 A Revised American Edition of the Reader's Handbook

  • BERLIN Reuters - Ukraine brothers Vladimir and Vitali Klitschko, who hold four out of five world heavyweight title crowns, promised on Saturday a much-anticipated fight with WBA champion David Haye would take place next year.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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