a recognition of merit, as an award, honour or public tribute
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the territories, countries, dominions, colonies, protectorates, dependencies, trusteeships, etc., collectively, under the control of the British Crown
an official record of inhabitants, with details as to age, sex, pursuits, employment, etc.
pronouncing judgement on; expressing strong disapproval of
1. belonging to the same time; existing or occurring at the same time
2. of the same age or date
3. of the present time
4. in the most modern style; up-to-date
the official act or ceremony of crowning a new monarch.
the act of removing an ethnic or cultural identity
1. government by the people; a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system
2. a state of society characterised by formal equality of rights and privileges
3. political or social equality; democratic spirit
a British nobleman ranked immediately below a marquess and immediately above a viscount
a model or pattern to be copied or imitated
unfair use, usually for profit or selfish gain
noun—the Celtic language and culture of ancient Ireland and any of the languages that developed from it (Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic and Manx, of the Isle of Man)
adjective—of or relating to the Gaels or their language
the arrival of people or things in large numbers or great quantity
a hereditary sovereign with more or less limited powers, as a king, queen, emperor, etc.
an onset, assault or attack, especially a vigorous or furious one
an international sporting competition for disabled athletes, modelled on the Olympic Games and occurring immediately after them; first held in the 1960s
continues steadily or firmly in some state, purpose, course of action or the like, especially in spite of opposition
royal domains; kingdoms: the realm of England
Rule of law
the idea that all people are equal before the law, and that the government is subject to the law
separating or setting apart from the others or from the main body; isolating
past tense and past participle of seek
1. Someone who vouches or is responsible for a person or thing
2. a person or organisation that:
- finances a radio or television program in return for advertisement of a commercial product, a service, etc.
- finances an entertainment or sporting event in return for advertising and marketing rights
such as to suggest something improper or indecent
unattractive; offending the aesthetic sense
a British nobleman next below an earl or count and next above a baron