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  • Keira, warrior-queen of the galaxy, is as famous for her beauty as she is for avoiding marriage.

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  • Hillary is Touchdown Jesus, the warrior-queen of Tuzla that taught Larry Bird how to drain 3-pointers.

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  • The story is always the same; hero is bronzed Earthman, heroine is proud Martian princess (or proud Venusian sorceress, or proud Saturnian warrior-queen, etc. cetera), villain who is a ruthless and ambitious fellow Martian or Venusian or Saturnian, who resents the Earthman, having a crush on said proud MP (or PVS, or PSWQ etc.)

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  • The story of the brave young warrior-queen who faces impossible dangers is dedicated to her.

    Stuart Hill biography

  • Elizabeth, in spite of her Tilbury show, was the least warrior-queen of the lot, though it might have been different if her accession had been challenged.

    Role of women in historical fiction - Anglo-Saxon England

  • Burned to the ground by the Celtic warrior-queen Boudica, Camulodunum might have remained Britain's capital city had the Romans rebuilt it in the right place.

    City of Victory

  • Yet Siegfried had no wish to conquer the warrior-queen and gain her hand and her broad dominions for his own.

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  • Yet Siegfried had no wish to conquer the warrior-queen and gain her hand and her broad dominions for his own.

    Stories of Siegfried Told to the Children

  • Such was the famous warrior-queen, Meave, tall and beautiful, with her white face and yellow hair, terrible in her battle chariot when she drove at full speed into the press of fighting men, and "fought over the ears of the horses."

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  • Descending at a foot's pace, the chill of emptiness and of oncoming twilight seemed to close like icy fingers on Roy's heart; though the death of Amber was as nothing to the death of Chitor -- the warrior-queen, ravished and violently slain by Akbar's legions.

    Far to Seek A Romance of England and India

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