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WHAT DOES QUEEN-ANNE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of Queen-Anne in the English dictionary
The first definition of Queen-Anne in the dictionary is a style of furniture popular in England about 1700–20 and in America about 1720–70, characterized by the use of unencumbered curves, walnut veneer, and the cabriole leg. Other definition of Queen-Anne is in or of this style.Queen-Anne is also denoting or relating to a style of architecture popular in England during the early 18th century, characterized by red-brick construction with classical ornamentation.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «QUEEN-ANNE» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUEEN-ANNE»
Discover the use of Queen-Anne in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Queen-Anne and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Doomed QueenAnne: A Young Royals Book
But Anne's ambition was her fatal flaw. This is the true story of the girl everyone loved to hate.
Carolyn Meyer, 2002
QueenAnne: The Politics of Passion
Against a fraught background—the revolution that deposed Anne’s father, James II, and brought her to power . . . religious differences (she was born Protestant—her parents’ conversion to Catholicism had grave implications—and she ...
Anne Somerset, 2013
The reign of Queen Anne, the last Stuart monarch, was a period of significant progress for the country; Britain became a major military power on land, the union of England and Scotland created a united kingdom of Great Britain, and the ...
Edward Gregg, 2001
The QueenAnne House: America's Victorian Vernacular
In this first-ever book on the American Queen Anne style, noted preservationist Janet W. Foster presents a thoughtful recognition of these houses place in the history of American architecture.
Janet W. Foster, 2006
The Augustan Court: QueenAnne and the Decline of Court Culture
"This is the first complete account - administrative, financial, political, social, and cultural - of any court of the late Stuart period.
R. O. Bucholz, 1993
War at Sea Under QueenAnne 1702-1708
The story of the Navy's role in Britain's early eighteenth-century wars against France, by Churchill's naval historical adviser.
John Hely Owen, 2010
A fourteen year old slave girl is thrust into a run for freedom. She runs with an older slave man who breaks the arm of the master's son while saving Anne during an attempted rape.
Frances Gange, 2004
Beware, Princess Elizabeth: A Young Royals Book
Told in the voice of the young Elizabeth and ending when she is crowned queen, this second novel in the exciting series explores the relationship between two sisters who became mortal enemies.
Carolyn Meyer, 2002
QueenAnne's Lace Journal
160 lined pages. 5? wide x 7? high. Bookbound. Elastic band place holder. Embossed with gloss highlights.
Peter Pauper Press, Peter Pauper (CRT), 2007
Briefly summarizes the life of Anne Oldenburg, daughter of Fredrick II of Denmark, who as the wife of James VI of Scots and I of England became the queen consort of Scotland, England and Ireland, and who entertained Pocahontas when the ...
Carole Marsh, 2005
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