تتويج, حفلة تتويج
Noun(1) the ceremony of installing a new monarch
(1) Norway was the most recent remaining European monarchy to replace a coronation ceremony with an enthronement.(2) I was asked to give a speech at the coronation , which was to be held in a week's time.(3) The last ceremony in which it took place was at the coronation of George IV in 1821.(4) We decided to delay this ceremony because my coronation as your king will also happen on that very day.(5) the Queen's coronation(6) Like most subjects in England, moreover, subjects in America observed coronations and royal birthdays at a distance, by means of local ceremonies.(7) It is here the kings of Nepal have long been crowned and their coronations solemnized.(8) After four years of studying in Europe, he returned to Thailand and was crowned during an elaborate and highly intricate ceremony that outdid all previous coronations in Thailand.(9) In Medieval and Tudor times feasts tended to be gargantuan often to celebrate coronations of Kings, religious occasions or end of harvests.(10) Faulty equipment, a leaking roof and even a shortage of toilets were just some of the practical problems encountered at coronations and funerals.(11) Fifty years to the day when she was crowned Queen in the historic Abbey - scene of coronations for 900 years - she will retrace her steps.(12) Its 70 members take part in ceremonies such as the State Opening of Parliament and coronations .(13) Similar swords became used by the 9th century for ceremonial purposes too, such as coronations : the sword had become, with the mace, a symbol of majesty.(14) Dance is an essential part of many celebrations such as weddings and coronations .(15) Twice the crown was used at the coronations of infants.(16) Instead, they were grand spectacles with thousands of spectators present to watch the coronations .
(1) coronation :: تتويج
1. investiture ::
3. enthronization ::
Different Formscoronation, coronations
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The worst thing about your CORONATION -
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