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But Huckabee (akin to Elizabeth Warren on the left) is like an ice cream sundae.
“Elizabeth Warren is the originator,” he said of the comment that energized Republicans in the 2012 race.
Some imagine Senator Elizabeth Warren as the charismatic leader of a progressive version of the “tea party.”
Are future historians going to look back on the past weekend as the one in which Elizabeth Warren took over the Democratic Party?
No one expects her to be Elizabeth Warren, but everyone expects Clinton to hear and respect Warren.
Elizabeth had loved Edward, would she not go with Mary to hear a mass for the repose of his soul?In the Days of Queen Elizabeth|Eva March Tappan
This last plan, which best accorded with her disposition, was that adopted by Elizabeth.Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth|Lucy Aikin
He was a prime favourite with Queen Elizabeth, and she knew how to exalt and abase, to create and destroy.The Birth of the Nation|Mrs. Roger A. Pryor
We need seek no further for a reason why the England of Elizabeth surpassed all other communities.Elizabethan England|William Harrison
He first of all despatched a message to Banff for Elizabeth's commissions.Lady Merton, Colonist|Mrs. Humphry Ward
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A queen of England in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries; a brilliant and crafty ruler who presided over the Renaissance in England. Her reign, the Elizabethan period, was a time of notable triumphs in literature (William Shakespeare rose to prominence while she was queen) and war (the defeat of the Spanish Armada). The daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth never married. She is called the “Virgin Queen” and “Good Queen Bess.”
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Cultural definitions for elizabeth (2 of 2)
The present queen of Britain. Her husband is Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and the eldest of her four children is Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales. Since Elizabeth became queen in 1952, dozens of nations, formerly possessions of Britain, have become independent.