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Buckingham Palace

n
(Placename) the London residence of the British sovereign: built in 1703, rebuilt by John Nash in 1821–36 and partially redesigned in the early 20th century

Buck′ingham Pal′ace


n.
a residence of the British sovereigns since 1837, in London, England: built 1703.
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Noun1.Buckingham Palace - the London residence of the British sovereignBuckingham Palace - the London residence of the British sovereign
City of Westminster, Westminster - a borough of Greater London on the Thames; contains Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey
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Buckingham Palace

[ˈbʌkɪŋəm] nle palais de Buckingham

Buckingham Palace

nBuckingham Palace m, → der Buckingham-Palast
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So, I love the thought of the stuffed shirts at Buck House choking on their G&Ts, exclaiming: "Divorced?
The Keeper of the Queen's Blisters wears a pair of beige cotton ankle socks with the PS1,000 shoes and must only walk on the Buck House shag pile while they're wearing in.
But we wouldn't even be allowed to, not without special permission from Buck House.
More recently he hit a policeman as he sped into Buck House but no action was taken.
Though Bond's crowning moment was striding across the carpets of Buck House to escort his employer, the Queen, before she parachuted into the Olympics opening night.
I do wish she'd gone for a soft updo to create more of a romantic look, and a thin, strappy heel would have been a more elegant choice than her courts @kirstiemccrum I suggest they check the state of the curtains in Buck House - looks like Kate's fashioned her latest frock out of them @emilykbater The only elements I really like are the neckline and sleeves.
In thisworld of austerity and ''we''re all in it together'', would it not be possible for the Royals to dispense with at least one of their residences - Buck House, Windsor Castle, Sandringham or Balmoral?
It was the recipe for yet more outrage, although I suspect Philip might have had a giggle over the sherry at Buck House.
Wrexham Lager made a triumphant return on Saturday to the Buck House in Bangor on Dee.
The feelgood factor intensified with old favourites Selector and Nobody, while the triple encore of Stand For Something, Pressure and new song Warning ensured everyone left with smiles as wide as those worn on the balcony at Buck House just hours earlier.
We've got Middleton's mushy peas, Kate's cod, Buck House burgers.
Trouble is Queen Brenda won't open the gates of Buck House and London is jammed with removal vans waiting to get in.