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Who is entitled to the prefix of 'sir'?

Today, in the UK and in certain Commonwealth realms and in the Philippines, a number of men are entitled to the prefix of ‘sir’, including  2,022 more words

Knight Bachelor

May 14th

An investiture was held today at Buckingham Palace at which Commodore Reginald Tyrwhitt RN had the honour of being received by his Majesty the King and was invested with the Insignia of a Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (Military Division). 62 more words

Ferguson: Said Who? Global Panic of 2014 Tweet of the Month: Ayatollah Khamenei

Today the world is a world of tyranny and lies. The flag of #HumanRights is borne by enemies of human rights w/US leading them! #Ferguson…

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Building Our Home

This is our journey – building a “Place To Call Home”.

We bought a stand of land during a visit to Australia and bravely decided to build – regardless of cold winters and fickle weather. 736 more words

A Place To Call Home

@BritishMonarchy Order Of The Bath Since 1725 - The Queen Is ‘Sovereign’ And The Prince of Wales Is ‘Great Master" Read Inside

The Order of Bath is mainly awarded to officers of the Armed Services, as well as to a small number of civil servants.

Numbers may be increased in times of war or in the event of any military or civil action or service which merits ‘peculiar honour or reward’. 16 more words


Prince Charles stands in for Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey service

Buckingham Palace had said it would be a snapshot of history; the moment when the Queen would be photographed for the first time carrying out an ancient ritual during a gathering of a chivalric order. 937 more words


Beware Of The Body: 26 Times Chris Brown Went Shirtless (PHOTOS)

If there was an award for making girls faint after taking off your shirt, Chris Brown would be the undisputed recipient.

The pop star has grown up before our eyes, and as soon as he noticed his first muscle appear, he’s been showing off his toned body ever since. 105 more words