tercentenary


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Synonyms for tercentenary

the 300th anniversary (or the celebration of it)

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Chelsea Flower Show There was delight when the cathedral and its tercentenary were chosen as the theme for Birmingham City Council's entry into RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.
Trained by Sir Michael Stoute, whose only success in the race came back in 1991 with Stagecraft, Channock Chase is likely to be suited by the quick ground on which he won a competitive renewal of the Tercentenary Stakes last year.
Cannock Chase, winner of the Tercentenary a year ago, should also go well at a decent price in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes.
Last year's race was won by the Sir Michael Stoutetrained Cannock Chase who on his final start of the campaign went on to land the Tercentenary Stakes at Royal Ascot.
In our tercentenary year, as we look back on the changes of the last 300 years, we can now be confident we are securing this building for use by future generations.
headery in herey Normal service was swiftly resumed, however, as there was strong confidence behind Sir Michael Stoute's Cannock Chase and he duly delivered under Ryan Moore in the Tercentenary Stakes as the 7-4 favourite.
The Rices are remembered in a square, a lane, a school, a tercentenary marker at Grafton and Plantation streets, and a small stone marker at Heywood and Vale streets, the site of their 1713 home.
The Dansili colt took the step up from handicap company to Pattern class in his stride when claiming a hot renewal of the Group Three Tercentenary Stakes and Gosden is now considering the next plan of attack.
The amber beer was first brewed in 2002 to mark the Tercentenary of 3 Yorks, then the Duke of Wellington's Regiment.
Rousseau's tercentenary is being marked Thursday with an event devoted to reminding us that, 300 years on, his writings and visions still influence our society.
Wrotham Heath has thrived since winning at Epsom and goes for the Tercentenary along with Stipulate, who also has a chance.
This volume published in 2009 and edited by John Pollack of the University of Pennsylvania Rare Book and Manuscript Library, commemorates the tercentenary of Franklin's birth in 1706 by focusing on Franklin's enduring legacy in the development of education in the Delaware Valley.
An extra group race, the Tercentenary Stakes, has also been introduced this year to mark the anniversary.
The French Hospital was established with an initial endowment in 1708, and this publication is intended to mark that Tercentenary.
PRO- KHALISTAN flags and posters were raised on Wednesday as radical Sikh groups commemorated the tercentenary of the first Sikh rule established by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur.