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  • v  invest with regal power; enthrone

  • When American Idol was launched, creator Simon Fuller assumed teens would coronate slutted-out model wannabes, as they did in the English version of his show.
  • They aren't our kings and we shouldn't treat them as such - particularly not those who work hardest to coronate themselves.
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  • John Faso in New York Times
    I know what the conventional wisdom says, and I know there'sa desire on the part of some to cancel the general election and just coronate Mr. Spitzer,Mr. Faso said in a phone interview.

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