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British queen consort from 1533 to 1536
A Scottish League football (soccer) club from Dumfries
American heavy metal band formed in Bellevue, Washington in 1982
Subject of Philippa Gregory's novel “The White Queen”, she married the Yorkist King Edward IV
Her mother was beheaded by her father in 1536
The mother of Edward VI, she gave Henry the son he wanted but died shortly after the birth
A 2015 Werner Herzog film about the life of Gertrude Bell
A king's widow
The Nine-Day Queen (whose accession to the British throne is disputed)
A division of the High Court of Justice (during a queen's reign, UK)
A 2002 Michael Rymer film of an Anne Rice novel
11th Century Scottish queen, made familiar from a famous Scottish play
An incomplete allegorical work of the 1590s by Edmund Spenser
Daughter of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I, this queen consort of France followed her husband to the guillotine in 1793
1958 sci-fi effort starring Zsa Zsa Gabor & Eric Fleming
18th Dynasty queen of Egypt who ruled jointly with the boy-king Thutmose III (her step-son) for 20 years
A variety of apple
Starts on d1
Wife of King Arthur and lover of Sir Lancelot in Arthurian legend
Cow parsley
Starts on d8
Daughter of James V of Scotland, she became queen of that country when just six days old, later briefly becoming queen consort of France.
Queen of Palmyra (in modern Syria) who conquered Egypt and large parts of Asia Minor before being defeated and taken to Rome by Emperor Aurelian in AD274
Queen of the Amazons – one of Hercules' Twelve Labours was the acquisition of her magical girdle
A man who dresses as a woman, usually for the purpose of entertainment
The queen of the fairies in Shakespeare's “A Midsummer Night's Dream”
The stage-name of acclaimed singer and actress Dana Elaine Owens
A visitor to King Solomon in Jerusalem, thought likely to be from Saba in modern Yemen
A barrister or advocate (during a queen's reign, UK)
One of two vertical beams in a trussed roof
Under her rule, the Act of Union brought together England and Scotland to form the sovereign state of Great Britain
A Scout who reaches the highest level of proficiency (during a queen's reign, UK)
The longest-reigning British monarch
Played by Natalie Portman in the Star Wars series, she became Queen of Naboo (Fictional, by George Lucas)
Queen consort of George VI and mother of Queen Elizabeth II, she was much loved by the British people
A Californian blue-and-silver fish
Queen of Arnor and Gondor after her marriage to King Aragorn at Minas Tirith (Fictional, by J.R.R. Tolkien)
Becomes Queen of the Dothraki (Fictional, by George R.R. Martin)
Queen consort of Richard the Lionheart towards the end of the 12th Century
Lover of Marc Antony & Julius Caesar
Character in Mozart's “Magic Flute”
Queen of the Celtic Iceni tribe who led a rebellion against the occupying Romans in AD60 or 61
It's actually a bus, featured in a 1994 Stephan Elliott film
A Guide who reaches the highest level of proficiency (during a queen's reign, UK)
Queen consort of King George V, mother of Edward VII & George VI, & grandmother of Queen Elizabeth II
Wife of King Robert Baratheon & Queen Regent of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros (Fictional, by George R.R. Martin)
Queen of Narnia, the youngest of the Pevensie children in “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” (Fictional, by C.S. Lewis)
Before Henry, she had previously been married to his brother Arthur
Someone appointed as a focus for a celebration of springtime
The Virgin Mary [also Juno, Ashtoreth]
Legendary queen of Carthage (in modern-day Tunisia)
King Edward I's queen consort, in whose memory he erected the 12 Eleanor Crosses between Lincoln & Charing
An annual address to Parliament, also one broadcast to the people on Christmas Day (UK)
The only queen of Hawaii
Evil queen played by Susan Sarandon in the 2007 Kevin Lima film “Enchanted”
A small, soft cake containing currants
Mythological Queen of Ithaca who waited steadfastly for her husband Odysseus to return from the Trojan War
Sorceress & ruler of an African tribe in the novel “She” by H. Rider Haggard
A fairy mentioned in Shakespeare's “Romeo and Juliet”
Evil queen played by Jean Marsh in the 1988 Ron Howard film “Willow”
Mother of Alexander the Great of Macedon
Became Queen of Wakanda after her marriage to Black Panther (Fictional, by Marvel Comics)
A dish made with egg, fruit, breadcrumbs, etc., topped with meringue
A musket
A powerful woman or one in a hive
Queen consort of both Ethelred the Unready and Canute in early 11th Century Wessex
Queen of Jhansi, fought against British in the Indian Mutiny 1857/58, killed in battle shortly after taking Gwalior
Legendary queen of Assyria who supposedly assumed the throne after the death of her husband, King Ninus
Disney character primarily voiced by Idina Menzel
Old name for a quince
Wife of Ferdinand II of Aragon, she sponsored the voyages of Christopher Columbus to the New World
Song from album “Talk on Corners” (which is a line from this song) by The Corrs
Wife of the English King Charles I and mother of the future monarchs Charles II & James II
Long-reigning British Queen, acquired the title Empress of India in 1876
Queen Consort of England after her marriage to Edward II in 1308
The name of a cult British comedy film directed by Jon Amiel (1989)
A particular area on a chessboard
Queen consort of William the Conqueror
The Green Arrow (Fictional, by DC Comics)
Famously beautiful wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten
Any one of several plants that bloom after sunset
The wife of a reigning king
Songs for the Deaf (2002) band
Becomes Queen of Stormhold (with husband Tristan as King) in Neil Gaiman's novel and Matthew Vaughn's film “Stardust”
The daughter of Henry & Catherine, she was wed to Philip II of Spain
A short story by Pushkin, became an opera by Tchaikovsky
Queen of Narnia, possessing a magical bow with arrows that never miss (Fictional, by C.S. Lewis)
Chess Opening that can be Accepted or Declined
Queen consort of Charles II (from 1662-1685)
Name given to the title character & later to Aurora in the 2014 film Maleficent
1976 song by ABBA
Princess of Tyre in Phoenicia who married the Biblical King Ahab
Becomes Queen consort of Seven Kingdoms after her marriage to Tommen Baratheon (Fictional, by George R.R. Martin)
After her marriage to Menelaus she became Queen of Laconia
Married first to Louis VII of France, then to Henry II of England; later queen dowager & regent to son Richard I
A princess of Sparta, wife of Agamemnon
She's dynamite with a laser beam, among other things
An emboidery pattern
Famous London venue for various racket-based sports

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