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- The Crown is a five bedroomed Georgian hotel dating back to the 1700's.
- Crown is a member of the National Biodiesel Board.
- CROWN is a nonprofit organization funding original research in the health care of women and newborns.
- The Crown is an abstract metonymic concept which represents the legal authority for the existence of any government.
- Crown: The Laws of the Adrian Empire require that the Candidate's legal requirements for elevation be confirmed.
- He became Crown Prince and only heir to the throne of Norway when his father was elected King in 1905.
- The Crown Prince's stepson, Marius Borg H--iby, born on January 13, 1997, is not in line for the throne.
- The Order is worn only by the King of Serbia and by his Crown Prince (when of majority).
- Crown Prince Harald attended Council of State for the first time on 27 September 1957 and took the oath to the Constitution of Norway on 21 February 1958.
- A commoner, the daughter of Karl August Haraldsen and his wife, n--e Dagny Ulrichsen, she became engaged to then Crown Prince Harald in March 1968.
- In return the Grand Master was recognized as a Prince and councilor of the Crown of Poland.
- As such he is the stepson of Crown Prince Haakon, and elder half-brother of Princess Ingrid Alexandra and Prince Sverre Magnus.
- Crown Prince Haakon was Norway's regent during King Harald's illness and convalescence.
- Crown Prince Haakon of Norway (born on July 20, 1973 in Oslo, full name Haakon Magnus) is the heir apparent to the throne of Norway.
- The King and Crown Prince Olav would remain in Norway and the Crown Princess was to make her way to Sweden with the three children.
- The Crown Prince made it clear to his father, King Olav V, that he would remain unmarried for life unless he could marry her.
- Ferdinand VII re-established them and restored their properties upon recovering his Crown in 1814.
- Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor; born 21 April 1926) is Queen of sixteen sovereign states, holding each crown and title equally.
- As crown prince he had received extensive military training and had participated in most major Norwegian military exercises.
- Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, was the best man.
- Crown Prince Olav and his father King Haakon VII takes shelter under some trees as the German Luftwaffe bombs Molde.
- At the time of his birth, his father was King of Yugoslavia, making him Yugoslavia's last crown prince.
- They also have one step-grandchild, the Crown Princess's son, Marius Borg H--iby.
- The Crown Prince and Crown Princess--- Humanitarian Fund was established in 2001 in connection with the wedding of the Crown Prince and Crown Princess.
- Skaugum is the official residence of Crown Prince Haakon of Norway and of his wife Crown Princess Mette-Marit.
- In the centre, within a wreath of laurel, enamelled green, is the Imperial Crown in gold upon a red enamelled ground.
- An imperial crown joins the cross and the ribbon.
- The bar for a second award is plain gold with an Imperial Crown in the centre.
- This means the Order of the Precious Crown will hereafter be conferred only on foreign female dignitaries.
- The Order of the Crown of Italy (Ordine della Corona d'Italia) was an Order (decoration) conferred by the Kingdom of Italy.
- The civil merit-medal has engraved on its face surface only the word BENEMERENTI, surrounded by a crown of oak leaves.
- The obverse central disc featured the Iron Crown (as appeared on the Austrian Order of the Iron Crown) on a blue enamel backbround.
- The insignia of the order for women had the same medallion as for men, surrounded by a silver laurel wreath and topped by a crown.
- Historically significant medallion featuring Napoleon's profile on obverse and the 'Iron Crown' of Italy to reverse with full inscription.
- The Order of the Oak Crown ( French: Ordre de la couronne de Ch--ne) is an Order of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
- Since then, honours in the Order of the Oak Crown can no longer be awarded by the Dutch head of state.
- Crown enters dramatically, seeking Bess.
- He asks Porgy to come and identify Crown's body.
- A detective enters and talks with Serena and Maria about the murders of Crown and Robbins.
- They deny knowledge of Crown's murder, causing the detective to question an apprehensive Porgy.
- A fraudulent lawyer, Frazier, arrives and farcically divorces Bess from Crown.
- Bess talks with Porgy about her sins ("I wants to stay here") before exclaiming "I loves you, Porgy." Porgy promises to protect her from Crown.
- The Orders of Merit (founded 1902), Companions of Honour (1917), St John (1888) and the Crown of India (1878) accord no special precedence.
- The second and third class of the Order are not awarded to foreigners; they are eligible for the Order of Orange Nassau or the Order of the Crown instead.
- Vincent Massey believed that the Crown belonged to Canadians, and as the Sovereign's representative his job was to strengthen that bond.
- The grades of Commander, Officer, and Knight may be awarded with the upgrade of crosses (for combat service) or crown (for extreme meritorious actions).
- The Order of the Crown (Kroonorde) is an order of the Netherlands.
- A king's crown replaced the imperial crown.
- Each member of the imperial pair wears sumptuous purple imperial robes and a crown and is distinguished by a halo.
- The badge's clear blue border bears the motto IN ACTION FAITHFUL AND IN HONOUR CLEAR in gold letters, and the oval is surmounted by an imperial crown.
- The badge for the register is two crossed quills over a book encircled by the Garter surmounted by a crown.
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