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* At the Queen Elizabeth Hall ( Clear Records 1989, live album recorded on October 1, 1986.
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At and Queen
At an early age, Catherine was considered a suitable wife for Arthur, Prince of Wales, the eldest son of Henry VII of England and heir to the throne, due to the English ancestry she inherited from her mother Queen Isabella I of Castile.
At the start of Chapter 2 on executive government, the Constitution says " The executive power of the Commonwealth is vested in the Queen and is exercisable by the Governor-General as the Queen's representative ".
On the advice of her New South Wales Premier only, the Queen appoints the Governor to carry out most of her constitutional and ceremonial duties for an unfixed period of time — known as serving At Her Majesty's pleasure — though five years is the normal convention.
At the age of 21, Prince Harry was appointed as a Counsellor of State and began his royal duties by first serving in that capacity when the Queen was abroad to attend the 2005 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Malta.
* 1981 – At the Trooping the Colour ceremony in London, a teenager, Marcus Sarjeant, fires six blank shots at Queen Elizabeth II.
At about noon on 2 May 1997, Major officially returned his seals of office as Prime Minister to The Queen.
At the height of her career, she was known as " The Queen of Rock and Roll " as well as " The Queen of Psychedelic Soul ", and became known as Pearl amongst her friends.
At the end of the year, he fulfilled a desire to fly from Britain to Australia in a small twin-engined Beechcraft Queen Air.
At nearby Gauldwell Castle ( now only with one partial wall left standing ) Mary, Queen of Scots, is reputed to have spent the night.
At first William was seen as a moderate ruler, whose friendship with liberal Britain was symbolised by the recent marriage of his son ( the future Frederick III ) to Queen Victoria's eldest daughter ; their son ( the future William II ) was born in 1859.
* At 12, Oxford was made a royal ward and placed in the household of Lord Burghley, who was the Lord High Treasurer and Queen Elizabeth I's closest and most trusted advisor.
At a function attended by the Queen at Parliament House, Canberra, in 1963, Menzies quoted the Elizabethan poet Thomas Ford, " I did but see her passing by, and yet I love her till I die ".
At the time of the death of his father and older brother Edmund, Earl of Rutland at the Battle of Wakefield, Richard, who was eight years old, was sent by his mother, the Duchess of York to the Low Countries, beyond the reach of Henry VI's vengeful Queen, Margaret of Anjou.
A daughter of Frederick V, Elector Palatine, and Elizabeth Stuart, also known as the " Winter King and Queen of Bohemia " for their short rule in that country, Sophia was born in The Wassenaer Hof, The Hague, Dutch Republic, where her parents fled into exile after the Battle of White Mountain. She was also the granddaughter of James VI of Scotland., At birth, Sophia was granted an annuity of 40 thalers by the Estates of Friesland.
At the last night of The Proms, people of various nationalities with their national flags wave their national flags when singing along " God Save the Queen ".
At the end of the book they are associated with the Red Queen and the White Queen respectively in the looking-glass world.
* June 26 – At a ceremony in London, Queen Victoria awards the first sixty-six Victoria Crosses to British troops, for actions during the Crimean War.
At the magnificent banquet to celebrate her father's elevation, Anne took precedence over the Duchesses of Suffolk and Norfolk, seated in the place of honour beside the King which was usually occupied by the Queen.
At this time it was thought that Queen Yolande was pregnant, so that Margaret was not yet the obvious successor.
At this point, Queen started to move away from the progressive tendencies of their first two releases into a more radio-friendly, song-oriented style.
At Live Aid, held at Wembley on 13 July 1985, in front of the biggest-ever TV audience of 1. 9 billion, Queen performed some of their greatest hits, during which the sold-out stadium audience of 72, 000 people clapped, sang, and swayed in unison.
At the 2011 Broadcast Music, Incorporated ( BMI ) Awards held in London on 4 October, Queen received the BMI Icon Award in recognition for their airplay success in the US.
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At first Newson was opposed to the radical idea of his daughter becoming a doctor but eventually came round and agreed to do all in his power, both financially and otherwise, to support Elizabeth in the long uphill battle.
At first, only Elizabeth made a virtue of her virginity: in 1559, she told the Commons, " And, in the end, this shall be for me sufficient, that a marble stone shall declare that a queen, having reigned such a time, lived and died a virgin ".
At least since first-wave feminism in the United States, there has been interest in analyzing religion to see if and how doctrines and practices treat women unfairly, as in Elizabeth Cady Stanton's The Woman's Bible.
At the initiative of Catherine Baw in 1441, and 10 years later of Elizabeth, Mary, and Isabella of the house of Hornes, orders were founded which were open exclusively to women of noble birth, who received the French title of chevalière or the Latin title of equitissa.
At the turn of the 21st century, well-established artists such as Sir Anthony Caro, Lucian Freud, Cy Twombly, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Agnes Martin, Al Held, Ellsworth Kelly, Helen Frankenthaler, Frank Stella, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, James Rosenquist, Alex Katz, Philip Pearlstein, and younger artists including Brice Marden, Chuck Close, Sam Gilliam, Isaac Witkin, Sean Scully, Mahirwan Mamtani, Joseph Nechvatal, Elizabeth Murray, Larry Poons, Richard Serra, Walter Darby Bannard, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield, Ronald Davis, Dan Christensen, Joel Shapiro, Tom Otterness, Joan Snyder, Ross Bleckner, Archie Rand, Susan Crile, and dozens of others continued to produce vital and influential paintings and sculpture.
At age 37, Mary turned her attention to finding a husband and producing an heir, thus preventing the Protestant Elizabeth ( still her successor under the terms of Henry VIII's will and the Act of Succession of 1544 ) from succeeding to the throne.
At the same time, Elizabeth forms an acquaintance with Mr Wickham, a militia officer who claims to have been very seriously mistreated by Mr Darcy, despite having been a ward of Mr Darcy's father.
At a ball given by Mr Bingley at Netherfield, Mr Darcy becomes aware of a general expectation that Mr Bingley and Jane will marry, and the Bennet family, with the exception of Jane and Elizabeth, make a public display of poor manners and decorum.
* June 13 – At the Trooping the Colour ceremony in London, Marcus Sarjeant fires 6 blank shots at Elizabeth II.
At these Metamorphoses balls, guests were expected to dress as the opposite sex, with Elizabeth often dressing up as Cossack or carpenter in honor of her father.
At one point, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio had a physical and emotional breakdown on the set and on another occasion, Ed Harris burst into spontaneous sobbing while driving home.
At a party, he met a pregnant Elizabeth Taylor ( then married to Michael Wilding ) whose first impression of Burton was that " he was rather full of himself.
At the same time, Elizabeth was courted by James Stuart, Albert's equerry, until he left the prince's service for a better-paid job in the American oil business.
At the Abbey, Elizabeth was treated with all the respect due to a queen dowager, lived a regal life, and received a pension of £ 400 and small gifts from the King.
At some time during these years, Cromwell returned to England, where around 1513 he married Elizabeth Wyckes ( 1489 – 1527 ).
At the same time ( 1581 ), at the call of Elizabeth I of England, the north of the Seventeen Provinces, having gained a Protestant majority, successfully revolted and formed the United Provinces.
At the time of its creation and first performance, Queen Elizabeth, a strong ruler, was elderly and had refused to name a successor, leading to worries that a civil war similar to that of Rome might break out after her death.
At the age of 32, Robson played the Empress Elizabeth in Alexander Korda's Catherine the Great ( 1934 ).