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Citizen King (The)

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Louis Philippe of France. So called because he was elected king by the citizens of Paris. (Born 1773, reigned 1830–1848, died 1850.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Circumbendibus (A)
Circumcellians
Circumcised Brethren (in Hudibras)
Circumlocution Office
Ciric-Sceat or Church Scot
Cist (Greek kistê, Latin cista)
Cist Urn (A)
Cistercians
Citadel (A)
Cities
Citizen King (The)
City (A)
City College (The)
City of Bells (The)
City of David (The)
City of Destruction (The)
City of God (The)
City of Lanterns (The)
City of Palaces (The)
City of Refuge (The)
City of St. Michael (The)

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Citizen King