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*  Belfast Celtic F.C.
We considered it better to carry on with the parade. Since then steps have been taken to ensure against a recurrence. On the ... So they got out." Belfast Celtic went on a 10-game tour of the United States and Canada in May and June 1949. The dates of the ... sent a letter signed by seven of the players in which he explained the incident and claimed the team was loyal to the United Kingdom ...
*  Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast
During the Northern Ireland Troubles, the R.V.H. was regarded as one of the best hospitals in the world for the treatment of ... The hospital has a Regional Virus Centre, which is one of the four laboratories in the United Kingdom on the WHO list of ... Many city hospitals in the UK today differ from those of the Victorian era, in which outdoor access was seen as important for ... The hospital was built at a time in the UK when there was concern (during a period of relative social responsibility) for ...
*  Gerry McCormac
permanent dead link] "Gerry McCormack: my best teacher". Retrieved 21 September 2017. "The main man: Gerry McCormac". The ... a member of Universities UK and a trustee of the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland. He was Vice-Chairman of ...
*  East Midlands
Jayplas, the UK's biggest plastic recycling company is based in Great Oakley, south of Corby off the A6014, with a plastic ... in the UK, nearby to the southwest; . Lafarge Aggregates & Concrete UK is in Syston, next to the A607. Roca UK and Laufen UK ( ... Hitachi Medical Systems UK (ultrasound) are off the A509 in the west of Wellingborough. Belkin UK (and Linksys) UK is along the ... Van Hool UK (coachwork) is on Finedon Rd Ind Est in Wellingborough; Caetano UK is based near Coalville, a UK coachwork ...
*  Fly strike in sheep
NB: Traps often emit a pungent smell and are best placed away from human activity. None of these measures completely stop the ... The peak UK Green Bottle breeding season tends to be in late June or July, but Flystrike can occur at any time warm damp ...
*  Bioinformatics
Brown, TA (2002). "Mutation, Repair and Recombination". Genomes (2nd ed.). Manchester (UK): Oxford. Carter, N. P.; Fiegler, H ... such identification is made with the aim of better understanding the genetic basis of disease, unique adaptations, desirable ... whereas bioinformatics uses computation to better understand biology. Bioinformatics and computational biology involve the ...
*  Badger culling in the United Kingdom
The best informed independent scientific experts agree that culling on a large, long-term, scale will yield modest benefits and ... Meet UK international (in particular EU) and domestic legal commitments and maintain the UK's reputation for safe and high ... Dr Brian May, guitarist with the rock band Queen is a critic of badger culling in the UK. He has called for the 2014/15 cull to ... Culling is a method used in parts of the UK to reduce the number of badgers and thereby reduce the incidence and spread of bTB ...
*  Great Britain
In 1801, Great Britain united with the neighbouring Kingdom of Ireland, forming the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ... "Is Great Britain really a 'small island'?" - via www.bbc.co.uk. "UK 2005: The Official Yearbook of the United Kingdom of Great ... "Great Britain" or the "Kingdom of Great Britain". Great Britain lies on the European continental shelf, part of the Eurasian ... "King of Great Brittaine, France and Ireland". Great Britain refers geographically to the island of Great Britain, politically ...
*  Great Britain (disambiguation)
Great Britain is an island in Europe. Great Britain may also refer to: Britain (place name) United Kingdom, a sovereign state ... United Kingdom Great Britain, a GWR 3031 Class locomotive, built in 1892 and retired in 1914 Great Britain (play), by Richard ... "Great Britain" All pages with a title containing Great Britain. ... a sovereign state from 1707 to 1800 SS Great Britain, a ... Bean National sports teams of the United Kingdom Terminology of the British Isles England Britannia British Isles Britain ( ...
*  Miss Great Britain
... winner will go on to represent Great Britain as its Tourism Ambassador in Miss Tourism World. The 2006 title ... Morecambe went on to become the home of Miss Great Britain between 1956 and 1989. The first ever Miss Great Britain final was ... Miss Great Britain is a female beauty pageant. It is the oldest pageant in the UK, established in 1945. Following World War Two ... The Miss Great Pageant is owned by The Singhs. Miss Great Britain 2013 was organised by the new national director Kate Solomons ...
*  Great Britain (play)
"Great Britain to transfer to the Haymarket". trh.co.uk. Theatre Royal Haymarket. Retrieved 8 September 2014. "Great Britain at ... "Phone hacking play Great Britain gets West End transfer". bbc.co.uk/news. BBC News. 2 July 2014. Retrieved 9 September 2014. " ... "Back to the hacks: playwright Richard Bean on the reworked West End production of his play Great Britain". standard.co.uk. ... The author of phone hacking drama Great Britain tells Dominic Cavendish about his latest play". telegraph.co.uk. London: The ...
*  SS Great Britain
"ss Great Britain: teamwork as a platform for innovative conservation" (PDF). SS Great Britain. Archived (PDF) from the original ... "SS Great Britain Trust: Annual Review 2013" (PDF). SS Great Britain. Archived (PDF) from the original on 30 June 2015. ... Ted Osborn (June 2010). "Great Britain Sinks!". Cruising. The Cruising Association: 24-26. "Recovery of the SS Great Britain". ... "Great Britain" SS. Melbourne: J. Reid. Corlett, Ewan C. B. (1990). The Iron Ship: Story of the S. S. "Great Britain" (2 ed.). ...
*  Militia (Great Britain)
The Militia of Great Britain were the principal military reserve forces of the Kingdom of Great Britain during the 18th century ... For the period following the creation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in 1801, see Militia (United Kingdom ... In fact, the acts, which applied in England and Wales only, restricted service to the territory of Great Britain. However some ... Following the merger of Scotland into the new Kingdom of Great Britain, the British Militia Act 1757 did not apply in Scotland ...
*  Great Britain Ltd
... at SpectrumComputing.co.uk Sinclair User review Game information at GameFAQs. ... Great Britain Ltd (also known as GBLtd) is a British nation-simulation game originally released in 1982 for the BBC Micro and ...
*  Bridge Great Britain
United Kingdom portal List of bridge competitions and awards English Bridge, August 1999, p. 3. Bridge Great Britain. Retrieved ... Bridge Great Britain is an organisation which was formed to continue the organisational functions of the British Bridge League ...
*  Great Britain II
... (also United Friendly, Norsk Data GB, With Integrity, Whitbread Heritage) is a Maxi racing yacht launched by ... Great Britain II has taken part in all six Whitbread Round the World Races. Racing in the first five and "following" (not a ... Known throughout the world for her outstanding achievements, Great Britain II was the ultimate dream-come-true for Chay Blyth, ... Princess Anne on 21 May 1973 named after the SS Great Britain, built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel which was the world's first " ...
*  Townhouse (Great Britain)
English country house Great house Manor house Stately home List of house types Hôtel particulier For a description of an 18th- ... see Terraced houses in the United Kingdom. The aristocratic pedigree of terraced housing, for example as survives in St James's ...
*  Louise of Great Britain
At the time of the marriage, both France and Great Britain wished to make an alliance with Denmark, and Great Britain had the ... Louise of Great Britain (originally Louisa; 18 December 1724 - 19 December 1751) was Queen of Denmark and Norway from 1746 ... Her godparents were her elder sister and two cousins: Princess Amelia of Great Britain, Princess Louisa Ulrika of Prussia (for ... She was the youngest surviving daughter of King George II of Great Britain and Caroline of Ansbach. Princess Louise was born as ...
*  Wolves in Great Britain
Wolves were once present in Great Britain. Early writing from Roman and later Saxon chronicles indicate that wolves appear to ... Richard Morley, of the Wolves and Humans Foundation (formerly The Wolf Society of Great Britain), forecast in 2007 that public ... This type of reintroduction could be beneficial for the economy and ecology of the UK, just as it has in the U.S. In 1995, ... "Wild wolves 'good for ecosystems'". BBC News. 31 January 2007. "Wolves debate turned into a play". BBC News. 18 October 2009. " ...
*  1724 in Great Britain
Events from the year 1724 in Great Britain. Monarch - George I Prime Minister - Robert Walpole (Whig) Parliament - 6th 20 ... Daniel Defoe's A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain begins publication. Jonathan Swift's Drapier's Letters begin ...
*  1720 in Great Britain
Events from the year 1720 in Great Britain. Monarch - George I Parliament - 5th 17 February - Treaty of The Hague signed ... April - "South Sea Bubble": A scheme for the South Sea Company to take over most of Britain's unconsolidated government debt ... between Britain, France, Austria, the Dutch Republic and Spain ending the War of the Quadruple Alliance. ...
*  1743 in Great Britain
13 September - Treaty of Worms signed between Great Britain, the Holy Roman Emperor and the Kingdom of Sardinia. 25 October - ... Events from the year 1743 in Great Britain. Monarch - George II Prime Minister - Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington (Whig) ( ... second Prime Minister of Great Britain (born 1674) 1 August - Richard Savage, writer (born c. 1697) 5 August - John Hervey, 2nd ... King George II leads the troops of Britain and Brunswick to victory over the French - the last time a reigning British monarch ...
*  1741 in Great Britain
Events from the year 1741 in Great Britain. Monarch - George II Prime Minister - Robert Walpole (Whig) Parliament - 8th then ...
*  1732 in Great Britain
Events from the year 1732 in Great Britain. Monarch - George II Prime Minister - Robert Walpole (Whig) Parliament - 7th April- ...
*  1729 in Great Britain
Events from the year 1729 in Great Britain. Monarch - George II Prime Minister - Robert Walpole (Whig) Parliament - 7th 1 May ... 9 November - Treaty of Seville signed between Great Britain, France, Spain and the Dutch Republic. November - completion of the ...
*  Noor-ul-Ain
The Gemmological Association of Great Britain, volume 23 (7), August/September 2014, pp. 20-22; https://issuu.com/jeweller/docs ... The Noor-ul-Ain is believed to have once formed part of an even larger gem called the Great Table diamond. That larger diamond ...
*  1713 in Great Britain
Events from the year 1713 in Great Britain. Monarch - Anne Parliament - 4th 27 March - First Treaty of Utrecht between Britain ... Subscription or UK public library membership required.) Hostettler, John (2002). The Red Gown: the Life and Works of Sir ... 11 April - Second Treaty of Utrecht signed between Britain and France ending the War of the Spanish Succession. France cedes ...