diamond jubilee


  1. the celebration of a 60th, or occasionally 75th, anniversary
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Plus, when we were shooting, it was the time of the Olympics and then the Diamond Jubilee, so he was very busy.

The Queen attended a meeting of the cabinet of the British government today, one of the final diamond jubilee events of the year.

"This has been long-planned as part of diamond jubilee celebrations," the prime minister's spokesman said.

Tracey Emin, David Hockney and Grayson Perry are among 97 artists to have given works to the Queen to mark her Diamond Jubilee.

The Duke had joined the Queen on the first of her two-day tour of the region as part of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

Tributes to the Queen in the year of her Diamond Jubilee are unqualified in their admiration.

It was at the naval review held by Queen Victoria in 1897, on the occasion of her diamond jubilee.

The stamps are of similar shape to the special series issued in Diamond Jubilee year though they are a trifle larger—1 mm.

Being the only American representative in port, this tarry was imperative, for on the 22d was the Queen's diamond jubilee.

And we'll have some flowers in three weeks—the first I shall have had since the Diamond Jubilee.





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