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the people of Great Britain

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Four years later, the plucky Irish lass was serving aboard the HMHS Britannic. Converted to a hospital ship during WWI, Britannic struck a mine and sank in the Kea Channel off Cape Sounion, the southern most tip of the Attica Peninsula of mainland Greece, November 21, 1916.
It says: "A note shall be made on your record of your conduct on the occasion of the sinking of the Britannic.
Although never having traded commercially, Britannic still proudly carried her port of registry of Liverpool on her stern, as shown, like her two sister ships.
The other newcomers are Birmingham law firms Gateley Wareing and Mills & Reeve and the Phoenix Group, which occupies the state-of-the-art offices Britannic Assurance moved to at Wythall just south of the city after leaving Britannic Park.
Earlier in the year the company said an expansion of the Liverpool base was a possibility but yesterday investor relations director Steve Riley ruled out expansion in the near future, saying the group was preoccupied with the integration with the newly-acquired Britannic He echoed Mr Thompson's view that the closed life market offered many opportunities for Resolution.
UP until last year, when still working for the BBC, we had an apartment in Birmingham and one of the blocks we particularly admired was Britannic Park, an exclusive residential pocket in Moseley.
John, a painter and decorator, phoned Britannic and they quoted a surrender value of pounds 7660.
FINANCE group Britannic have announced plans to bring back annual bonuses for most of their with-profits policyholders.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-2 July 2003-Sagitta's archiving solution chosen by Britannic Retirement Solutions(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Insurance group Britannic today confirmed that it was in talks with Paragon about the sale of its Britannic Money specialised mortgage lending subsidiary.
According to research by Britannic Asset Management, retired couples saw their standard of living fall for the second year running during 2002, while singles are getting a boost.
INSURANCE com-pany Britannic Assurance, which has branches in Coventry and Leamington, is to axe 2,000 jobs over the next year.
IN keeping with an apartment building where prices start at pounds 100,000 and go up to pounds 600,000, interior designer Trishia Bond has gone for high style in the show apartment at the Moseley, Birmingham, Britannic Assurance building.
On 19 May 1887 the Celtic collided with another White Star liner, the Britannic, in thick fog about 350 miles off New Jersey, USA.