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Stephen

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Crown of St. Stephen. The crown of Hungary.

“If Hungarian independence should be secured through the help of Prince Napoleon, the Prince himself should receive the crown of St. Stephen.”—Kossuth: Memoirs of my Exile (1880).

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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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Steenie
Steeple-engine
Steeple-Jack (A)
Steeplechase
Stelvio
Stentor
Stentorian Lungs
Stentorophonic Voice
Stepfather and Father-in-law
Stephen
Stephen’s Bread (St.)
Stephens (Joanna)
Stepney Papers
Sterling Money
Stern
Sternhold (Thomas)
Sterry (in Hudibras)
Stewing in their own Gravy
Stick
Stickler

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