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  1. It is the only British crown made entirely out of platinum, and was modelled on Queen Mary's Crown, but has four half-arches instead of eight. East India Company in 1851, and a 17.3-carat (3 g) diamond given to her by Abdülmecid I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, in 1856. The crown was laid on top of the Queen Mother's coffin in 2002 during her ...

  2. This led to widespread popular discontent and produced a group of Third Estate representatives (612 exactly) pressing a comparatively radical set of reforms, much of it in alignment with the goals of Finance Minister Jacques Necker, but very much against the wishes of Louis XVI's court and many of the hereditary nobles forming his Second Estate allies (at least allies against taking more taxes ...

  3. The Beatles (pronunciado [ðə ˈbiːtlz]), también conocida en el mundo hispano como los Beatles, fue una banda de rock británica formada en Liverpool durante los años 1960, estando integrada desde 1962 a su separación en 1970 por John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison y Ringo Starr.

  4. Hanna Alström appears as Tilde, Crown Princess of Sweden, and Bjørn Floberg appears as Morten Lindström, the Swedish Prime Minister. Lily Travers portrays Lady Sophie. Jonno Davies plays Lee Unwin, Eggsy's father and a former Kingsman candidate who sacrificed himself to save Hart.

  5. As Parliament evolved, however, the speaker's position grew to involve more duties to the House than to the Crown; this was definitely true by the time of the English Civil War. This change is sometimes said to be reflected by an incident in 1642, when King Charles I entered the House in order to search for and arrest five members for high treason .

  6. Crown Estate – for similar holdings in the UK; References. This article is based on a translation of the equivalent article from the French Wikipedia, retrieved on 13 September 2008. Elizabeth M. Hallam. Capetian France: 987–1328. London: Longman, 1980. ISBN 0-582-48910-5

  7. British royal residences are palaces, castles and houses occupied by members of the British royal family in the United Kingdom.Some, like Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle, are owned by the Crown (ownership by the British monarch is by virtue of his or her position as king or queen), while others like Balmoral Castle and Sandringham House are personally owned and have been passed down for ...