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Foot Guards - are infantry regiments of the Household Division, recognisable by the bearskin worn on their heads. They are responsible for the military security of the sovereign. These are the Coldstream Guards Corps. of Drums from the Massed Bands of the Foot Guards, marching back to Buckingham Palace after 'Trooping the Colour'.

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'Taliban hung our mates' bodies from trees during six months of hell'

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One Mord-Sith all wrapped in leather

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Ditherer Larry the Downing Street cat feels the long boot of the law after giving armed policeman the run around

Larry the cat gives security the runaround before being nabbed moments before Prime Minister David Cameron was due to arrive. Larry wanted to go inside, but a policeman picked him up and set him on Mr. Cameron's Mini Cooper. Larry, not appreciating the move, promptly took off at, "a million miles an hour," and ran back to the door, where he sat calmly waiting for the policeman to catch up. The sheepish policeman then decided it was best to accede to Larry's wishes and let him in.

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Details about JURASSIC PARK - Park Ranger Uniform - Embroidered Iron-On Patch

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Royal Marines dress coat, England, 1782, brass, linen, metal thread, wool. Worn by Major General Arthur Tooker Collins (1718-93). Constructed of red wool with cuffs & lapels faced with blue. The buttonholes are of embroidered metal thread & the cast brass buttons are stamped with a laurel wreath enclosing a crossed sword & baton. The skirts could be turned back, so the white lining of the coat created a contrast against the red wool of the skirts, and secured by means of hook and eye…

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