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the position of a lieutenant

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An 11-strong selection panel comprising members of the Lord Lieutenancy and representatives of youth and other groups were guided by heraldry expert Dr Joseph Morrow, the Lord Lyon King of Arms.
We are particularly proud that this year in our Lieutenancy, we have significantly increased the number of voluntary organisations that have been recognised.
I intend using this role, amongst other things, to promote a good atmosphere and a spirit of cooperation by encouraging the voluntary activity that is present amongst the business and social life within my Lieutenancy.
The Commonality and Lieutenancy of London published and 'transmitted' their addresses to George by the Lords Justices.
When he was 14, he enrolled in the Honourable East India Company's academy at Addiscombe, graduating two years later with a second lieutenancy in the Bombay Artillery.
Several themes are addressed within The Irish Lord Lieutenancy, namely the historical imperative of the role, its "golden era" during the Protestant ascendancy and the confused and devalued currency of the post during the long "descendancy" of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
On the institutional level, Catholics were excluded from certain positions at the top end of public life, such as the lord chancellorship, and the lord lieutenancy of Ireland.
As the first non white Lord-Lieutenant, I am keen for the Lieutenancy to better engage with the African Caribbean community.
17) Indeed, recalling that Othello begins with resentments over the assignation of lieutenancy, we see how much work this etymology is doing for the playwright.
uk/queens-awards-for-enterprise/overview or visit the website of the West Yorkshire Lieutenancy at www.
The 11 essays in this collection emerged from a September 2009 conference on the Irish lord lieutenancy at Dublin Castle and Academy House.
Established in 1754 in the lieutenancy area of Fife in Scotland , the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews evolved through two and a half centuries as a leading authority in the world game.
9) In particular, the defeated lieutenant-general of France, Edmund Beaufort, Duke of Somerset, came under direct attack, and it is the commonly-held view that Richard, duke of York, himself recently returned from his lieutenancy in Ireland, provided a figurehead around whom Somerset's critics could rally.
The awards are to go to Father Peter Morgan, Chaplain to Liverpool Women's Hospital; Monsignor Jack Kennedy, child protection co-ordinator for Liverpool Archdiocese; Canon Anthony Hawley, Vice-Dean of Liverpool Cathedral and his wife Rosemary Hawley, Deputy Lieutenant of the Merseyside Lieutenancy.
Palestine Arab conquest will be structured around the following ideological elements: the Islam caliphate lieutenancy (the Tour of David-, here starts the pilgrimage of conqueror Omar (634-644), who among other said: "Oh, David, We (Allah) made you lieutenant <<khalifa>> on Earth); the rabinism subjugation <<ka'b al-Ahbar>>; the ritual investiture of the Holy Places.