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  • Queen Elizabeth's 85th birthday was in April, but the official public celebration is held later when the weather is better.

    British Queen Celebrates 85th Birthday

  • However, Elizabeth's comment makes me wonder if it wouldn't be more helpful to unknown or midlist and small press writers (whose cause I generally support, my opinion of individual books notwithstanding) to mention their books, even if it meant passing a negative judgment or just noting I had read a particular book and offering a brief assessment.

    Book Reviewing

  • Elizabeth and Jens killed Elizabeth's parents in their own home in Bedford County in 1984.

    Kaine's Final Day: No Voting Rights For Ex-Felons, Paroles Murderer

  • Elizabeth's father, Ed Smart, said that the judge's ruling was expected, and that his daughter has been preparing to testify against Mitchell.

    Reader poll: Send Roman Polanski to prison? (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • They later visited the Calgary Zoo, where she debuted a crimson Catherine Walker coat and dress, and Queen Elizabeth's maple leaf brooch, also seen on Canada Day.

    Will & Kate Sport Cowboy Hats To Calgary Rodeo <![CDATA[&]]> Stampede (PHOTOS)

  • Ms. ROBERTS: Oh. (Soundbite of laughter) SAGAL: Margaret, Queen Elizabeth's sister was the Princess Diana of her time.

    Lightning Fill In The Blank

  • But again, I don't recall a single mention of dancing among the distractions available for government officials in Ireland in Elizabeth's day; it looks like this was an activity driven by the queen's personal preferences.

    October Books 19) Doctor Who - Slipback

  • Queen Elizabeth's father, George VI, was a direct male descendant of Victoria and Albert (via George V and Edward VII), but of course had only two daughters so Albert's Y-chromosomes ended with him.

    Gibbon Chapter XIX

  • I'll bluntly assert that it's difficult to imagine dancing being an important factor while either of Elizabeth's siblings was on the throne.

    October Books 19) Doctor Who - Slipback

  • Second, I now understand rather better one of the ways in which the Irish question shifted during Elizabeth's reign - once her cousin and prisoner Mary had been acknowledged as potentially legitimate by the Pope and the French and Spanish, a wholly new basis emerged for continental intervention in Irish affairs.

    October Books 19) Doctor Who - Slipback

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