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“They treated us like kings and queens,” said one member who participated in the set visit.
These pale wrinkly little rodents, indigenous to East Africa, live in underground colonies with rigid roles and elaborate social hierarchies under the stewardship of a queen.
Once a new queen emerges, the colony’s sound again starts to match.
Alas, the queen has never liked the concept of “one foot in, one foot out” for working royals.
The latest match pits Serena Williams, the queen of tennis, against Naomi Osaka, the youngster who is her heir apparent.
The largest will fit a queen or king bed and can be purchased at 15, 20, 25, and 30 pounds.
The three mattresses range in price from $1,099 for a queen, to $1,899 for a king.
After all, Titania, the queen of the fairies, has just fallen hard for the guy.
Beyoncé, the pop queen of our Rise and Grind era, has perfected it.
TAYLOR SWIFT, POP CULTURE WORKHORSECONSTANCE GRADYDECEMBER 11, 2020VOX
The foam is gel-infused, which assists temperature control, and comes in standard, queen, and king sizes.

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