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On Decca's British London label, which began in 1949, HL was at first used alone, but from 1957 there was usually a following letter denoting the original American label ; thus Atlantic and Atco were HLE, changing in 1960 to HLK, Sun Records was HLS, Jamie ( Duane Eddy's label ) was HLW, and Big Top Records ( Del Shannon, Johnny and the Hurricanes ) was HLX ; while HLU was used for a number of labels including Phil Spector's Philles, and Monument, home to Roy Orbison.
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On May 27, 1957, " That'll Be The Day " was released as a single, credited to the Crickets to try to bypass Decca's claimed legal rights.
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On 10 September 2009, following an Internet campaign, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown made an official public apology on behalf of the British government for " the appalling way he was treated ".
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On the fall of the great emperor, Louis XVIII presented this statue to the British government, by whom it was afterwards given to the Duke of Wellington.
On June 7, 1809, Shuja Shah signed a treaty with the British, which included a clause stating that he would oppose the passage of foreign troops through his territories.
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On their 1950 tour of New Zealand and Australia they also adopted the nickname British Lions, first used by British and South African journalists on the 1924 South African tour, after the lion emblem on their ties, the emblem on their jerseys having been dropped in favour of the four-quartered badge with the symbols of the four represented unions.
On the far right, towards Foulz, the British battalions and squadrons took up their posts in a double line near the Jeuche stream.
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The ship on which Charles Darwin made the voyage which provided much of the inspiration for On the Origin of Species was named HMS Beagle after the breed, and, in turn, lent its name to the ill-fated British Martian lander Beagle 2.
On 7 June 1753, King George II gave his formal assent to the Act of Parliament which established the British Museum.
On November 1918 the large group of Palestinian Arab dignitaries and representatives of political associations addressed a petition to the British authorities in which they denounced the declaration.
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On 25 May 2006, the then British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott was photographed by The Mail on Sunday playing croquet at his official residence, Dorneywood.
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On hearing the news of the revolt, Suetonius hurried to Londinium ( London ), the twenty-year-old commercial settlement that was the rebels ' next target.
On June 23, 1942, he returned to London as Commanding General, European Theater of Operations ( ETOUSA ), based in London, and replaced Chaney.
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