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Monarchy

A system of government headed by a hereditary figure such as a king or queen. There are two basic types of monarchies. In an absolute monarchy, the monarch theoretically has complete control as an autocrat, though in practice other officials have varying degrees of control as well. In a constitutional monarchy, the monarch shares power with an elected chamber or other elected leaders and, in extreme cases, has little actual power.
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Even from the mythological perspective, it does not seem possible to play off one of the two queendoms against the other and declare one of them as unreal or mere fiction.
The description of both queendoms is more or less the same, in particular, both are associated with the elite's burial custom of removing the skin and keeping the bones, mixed with gold, in painted vases (Eberhard, ibid.
In the first book, "The Queendom of Evlantis," Low Queen Sephora plots the downfall of High Queen Rachel, the Queendom's beloved ruler.
In "Sephora's Revenge," Sephora clashes with Ava, a stranger from outside the city, who is the catalyst of the radical change rocking the Queendom.
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Gridiron Queendom is being funding via the crowdsourcing website, Indiegogo where supporters of the film can receive perks such as t-shirts, and American flags autographed by all 45 members of the U.
Gridiron Queendom is scheduled to be completed after the IFAF Women's World Championship in July.
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1) LOGIC NEED NOT APPLY--In the private kingdoms and queendoms of the privileged, logic is as rape as spotting Donald Trump at a Taco Bell Logic impinges upon employers' feelings of superiority and need for immediate gratification, and assistants are paid to bolster this facade rather than throw cold logic on it.