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How to sign: a very wealthy or powerful businessman
"an oil baron";
Similiar / Same: big businessman, business leader, magnate, top executive, tycoon, baron, mogul, power
Categories: businessman, man of affairs
Within this category: oil tycoon
How to sign: a male sovereign; ruler of a kingdom
Similiar / Same: male monarch
Categories: crowned head, monarch, sovereign
Within this category: Ahab, Akhenaton, Alaric, Alfred, Artaxerxes I, Artaxerxes II, Ashurbanipal, Athelstan, Attila, Bruce, Carl XVI Gustav, Clovis, Croesus, Cyrus II, Darius I, Darius III, David, Edmund I, Edmund II, Edward the Elder, Edwin, Egbert, Ethelbert, Ethelred, Ethelred, Fahd, Faisal, Farouk I, Ferdinand I, Ferdinand V, Frederick I, Frederick II, Frederick William I, Frederick William II, Frederick William III, Frederick William IV, Genseric, Gilgamesh, Gordius, Gustavus, Gustavus, Gustavus V, Hammurabi, Herod, Hezekiah, Hussein, James IV, Jeroboam, Juan Carlos, Kamehameha I, King of England, King of France, Leonidas, Macbeth, Messiah, Mithridates, Nebuchadnezzar, Olaf II, Otto I, Philip II, Philip II, Philip II, Philip V, Philip VI, Ptolemy I, Ptolemy II, Pyrrhus, Rameses, Saul, Sennacherib, Solomon, Tarquin, Victor Emanuel II, Victor Emanuel III, Xerxes I
How to sign: United States charismatic civil rights leader and Baptist minister who campaigned against the segregation of Blacks (1929-1968)
Similiar / Same: Martin Luther King, Martin Luther King Jr.
Categories: civil rights activist, civil rights leader, civil rights worker, clergyman, man of the cloth, reverend
How to sign: a checker that has been moved to the opponent's first row where it is promoted to a piece that is free to move either forward or backward
How to sign: (chess) the weakest but the most important piece
Categories: chessman, chess piece