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Apr 20, 2024

[Ans] The term "ailurophile" would best define which of these people?

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An ailurophile is a person who loves cats. This term evokes the imagery of the quintessential cat lady, conjuring an image of a woman whose life revolves around her feline companions. However, you don't have to be a crazy old cat lady to be an ailurophile! Whether it's through caring for their furry companions or reveling in the presence of cats in art, literature, or media, ailurophiles have an affinity for all things feline. The etymology of the word comes from a combination of the Greek word "ailuros" ("cat") and "phile" ("a love for something").

[Answer] The term "ailurophile" would best define which of these people?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "The term "ailurophile" would best define which of these people?"



...An ailurophile is a person who loves cats. This term evokes the imagery of the quintessential cat lady, conjuring an image of a woman whose life revolves around her feline companions. However, you don't have to be a crazy old cat lady to be an ailurophile! Whether it's through caring for their furry companions or reveling in the presence of cats in art, literature, or media, ailurophiles have an affinity for all things feline. The etymology of the word comes from a combination of the Greek word "ailuros" ("cat") and "phile" ("a love for something").

[Answer] Which of these is NOT a tradition at British royal weddings?

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...Parties and horse-drawn carriages are common at wedding celebrations, but a wedding band of Welsh gold is a real rarity, and often only used by the royals. Worth up to 30 times more than traditional gold, Welsh gold is valuable because there’s no gold mining in Wales anymore. Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (the Queen Mother) was the first to use Welsh gold in a wedding band when she married future King George VI in 1923.

[Answer] What is the name of the headpieces worn by women to royal weddings?

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...A must-have fashion accessory at any British wedding is the fascinator: a headpiece that is attached to a band or a clip. Used as an alternative to a hat, a fascinator can stand as a status symbol and is an homage to centuries of British tradition. In modern times, many women wear fascinators just for fun.

[Answer] What is television’s most-watched royal wedding of all time?

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...Though it is far from the most recent royal wedding to take place, the wedding ceremony of Britain’s Prince Charles (now King Charles III) and Princess Diana is still the most-watched royal wedding in history. On July 29, 1981, around 750 million viewers around the world — including 28.4 million in the U.K. — tuned in to watch the historic event. The couple’s sons, William and Harry, also racked up millions of views during their royal weddings. In the U.K. alone, William’s 2011 wedding had 26 million viewers and Harry’s 2018 nuptials had 18 million.