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In a number of [[kingdoms]] in the [[SCA]], the '''Order of the Rose''' is given to those who have served as [[Queen|Queen Consort]]. This Order is treated differently from [[kingdom]] to kingdom, but the Order usually confers a [[Patent of Arms]]. In some kingdoms, such as [[thelmearc]], the Order of the Rose is a [[polling order]].
 
In a number of [[kingdoms]] in the [[SCA]], the '''Order of the Rose''' is given to those who have served as [[Queen|Queen Consort]]. This Order is treated differently from [[kingdom]] to kingdom, but the Order usually confers a [[Patent of Arms]]. In some kingdoms, such as [[thelmearc]], the Order of the Rose is a [[polling order]].
   
Technically, having served as [[Queen]] is no guarantee of being inducted into the Order; Queen Caitlin of the [[Midrealm]] was denied induction in a controversial decision in [[A.S. XVI]]; this decision was reversed in [[A.S. XXVI]].
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Technically, having served as [[Queen]] is no guarantee of being inducted into the Order; Queen Caitlin of the [[Midrealm]] was denied induction in a controversial decision in [[A.S. XVI]]; this decision was reversed when she completed a second reign as Queen in [[A.S. XXVI]].
   
 
In most kingdoms, however, induction is seen as being automatic, an example of a [[tradition]] that has taken the force of [[law]].
 
In most kingdoms, however, induction is seen as being automatic, an example of a [[tradition]] that has taken the force of [[law]].

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