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throne in Furniture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthronethrone /θrəʊn $ θroʊn/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable]DHFPG a special chair used by a king or queen at important ceremonies2 the throne
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throneOn our retreat in the last year of school, a visiting priest talked to us from Sister Superior's throne.Charlemagne's stone throne in the Octagon at Aachen Cathedral.The Church took the lead in rallying the forces which drove out the poles and established the Romanovs on the throne.Oedipus of course resigned the throne.When Charles I came to the throne, Calvert resigned, but he did not lose favor.Or any other pretenders to the throne.After he had gone his two sons asserted their right to the throne, and each tried to be made king.