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General Crossword Questions for “titania”
Fairy queen, giant and I, and Ariel to start with
Bottom drawer in Shakespeare?
Bird craze no starter
I'm in the wrong place for one who painted a queen in the 14 across
12 lost her page - ain't it a shame?
"Ain't it keeping one up?" asks the Queen of the Fairies
Shakespearean 9 (part 1) who sleeps on a bank some time (rest of 9)
Leaderless council crushed by aunt to the Spanish queen in the 25
Queen of the fairies
Queen of the Fairies
Queen of the fairies - Uranus satellite
Titania probably underwent an early endogenic resurfacing event that obliterated its Titania's surface is cut by a system of enormous canyons and scarps;. — “Titania (moon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
A Midsummer Nights Dream act IV, scene I. Titania, with fairies in attendance. Shakespeare took the name 'Titania' from Ovid's Metamorphoses, where it is an appellation given to the daughters of Titans.. — “Titania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Titania (Mary MacPherran) is a supervillainess in the Marvel Comics universe, notable for An aspiring bully, Titania became a significant threat, and the main rival of the She-Hulk. — “Titania (Marvel Comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
For any other son to have stayed with his mother for four days at Treport, it would have been a condescension or a martyrdom, while I return, more contented, more peaceful–shall I say more poetic!–than if I had taken Queen Mab or Titania as my companion." — “The Count of Monte Cristo” by Alexandre Dumas
Perhaps some beloved female subscriber has arrayed an ass in the splendour and glory of her imagination; admired his dulness as manly simplicity; worshipped his selfishness as manly superiority; treated his stupidity as majestic gravity, and used him as the brilliant fairy Titania did a certain weaver at Athens. — “Vanity Fair” by William Makepeace Thackeray