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Murray ends Britain's 77-year wait at Wimbledon

...David Cameron was in the Royal Box, a sign of the day's significance, and Buckingham Palace confirmed that Queen Elizabeth II sent Murray a private message afterward."The end of the match, that was incredibly loud, very noisy," Murray...
Aboriginal chiefs, Canada PM meet amid protests, with some chiefs boycotting the summit because Governor General David Johnston, a representative of Queen Elizabeth II, did not attend. They argued his presence is imperative because he's a representative of the British monarchy and...
Topless photos ruling: 1st battle in privacy war

...developed within hours of the publication of the photos Friday in a French gossip magazine, represents a break from Queen Elizabeth II's traditional policy of using legal action only as a means of last resort. It also reflects William's determination...
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Slack tide: The Answer is Blowin' in the Wind... or on Wikipedia

...sinking of the Titanic, 75 years since the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, 60 years since the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II and perhaps most notably, three years since the release of "2012" the movie. But this year also marks the 50th anniversary...
Queen honors Sealaska employee

...Cooley will accept a Golden Jubilee Medal from the premier of the Yukon Territory, Dennis Fentie, on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II. The queen serves as Canada's head of state under its constitutional monarchy. The award is granted to Canadians...
This Day in History

...occupation lasted until May.) In 1997, divorce became legal in Ireland. In the world In 1998, with the approval of Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's House of Lords agreed to end 1,000 years of male preference by giving a monarch's first-born daughter...
This Day in History

...Brooklyn, N.Y. (The clinic ended up being raided by police and Sanger was arrested.) In 1957, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip began a visit to the United States with a stopover at the site of the Jamestown settlement in Virginia...
This Day in History

...began bombing the German city of Dresden. In 1960, France exploded its first atomic bomb. In 2002, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II made former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani an honorary knight.
This Day in History

...all 159 people aboard. In 1990, Margaret Thatcher resigned as British prime minister during an audience with Queen Elizabeth II, who conferred the premiership on John Major. In 1997, India's powerful Congress Party withdrew its support from...
Prayers for Lawyers, Judges, Politicians

...first." He was executed July 6, 1535. Last month, Pope Benedict XVI visited England at the invitation of Queen Elizabeth II. During the visit, the Holy Father had the opportunity to address Parliament from the very place where St. Thomas...


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