enthronement

[ en-throhn-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enthronement
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The picture of his enthronement must have been something to remember.

So there had to be a dethronement as well as an enthronement.

Abdication of Mrs. Boodels and enthronement of the Regniati dynasty.

They arrived in time to witness the enthronement of the new Khan in August.

This is the customary subject of the records of enthronement.

The enthronement of the Duke of Orleans can be approved only by the enemies of France.

Great rejoicings welcomed the enthronement of a new prince and the restoration of order.

It means everywhere the enthronement of ignorance and incompetence, of injustice and fraud.

What had happened was the attainment of the capitalistic stage and the enthronement of capital in the republican State.

In the awakening and enthronement of Conscience as a law of duty, and the elevation and purification of the Moral Idea.

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