British Crown Dependency

Some articles on british crown dependency, crown:

List Of State Leaders In 2009 - Europe
... Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2007–2010) Isle of Man (British Crown dependency) Lieutenant-Governor - Sir Paul Haddacks, Lieutenant-Governor of Man (2005–2011) Chief ...
List Of State Leaders In 2007 - Europe
... Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2007–2010) Guernsey (British Crown dependency) Lieutenant-Governor - Sir Fabian Malbon, Lieutenant-Governor of ...
Triple Crown Of Alpine Skiing
... The Triple Crown of Alpine Skiing consists of three different types of alpine skiing events ... A Triple Crown winner wins all three World Cup titles in one season in or all three Gold medals at the Winter Olympic Games in the following Slalom Giant Slalom Downhill Only two people ... Austrian skier Toni Sailer was the first person to win the Triple Crown of Alpine Skiing at the 1956 Winter Olympics At the 1968 Winter Olympic Games French skier, Jean-Claude Killy won the Triple Crown ...
Tiara
... (from Latin tiara, from Ancient Greek τιάρα, itself from Old Persian tiyārā) is a form of crown ... There are two possible types of crown that this word can refer to ... Traditionally, the word "tiara" refers to a high crown, often with the shape of a cylinder narrowed at its top, made of fabric or leather, and richly ornamented ...
List Of State Leaders In 2005 - Europe
... America Norway Monarch - Harald V, King of Norway (1991–present) Regent - Crown Prince Haakon, Regent of Norway (2005) Prime Minister - Kjell Magne Bondevik, Prime Minister of Norway (2001–2005) Jens ...

Famous quotes containing the words dependency, british and/or crown:

    The history of work has been, in part, the history of the worker’s body. Production depended on what the body could accomplish with strength and skill. Techniques that improve output have been driven by a general desire to decrease the pain of labor as well as by employers’ intentions to escape dependency upon that knowledge which only the sentient laboring body could provide.
    Shoshana Zuboff (b. 1951)

    Among the virtues and vices that make up the British character, we have one vice, at least, that Americans ought to view with sympathy. For they appear to be the only people who share it with us. I mean our worship of the antique. I do not refer to beauty or even historical association. I refer to age, to a quantity of years.
    William Golding (b. 1911)

    All pathways by His feet are worn,
    His strong heart stirs the ever-beating sea;
    His crown of thorns is twined with every thorn;
    His cross is every tree.
    Joseph Mary Plunkett (1887–1916)