Changing of the Guard


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Changing of the Guard

n the Changing of the Guardil cambio della guardia
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The roots of the Changing of the Guard ceremony can be traced back to the reign of Henry VII, when the first royal bodyguard was created.
Just because there is a changing of the guard in the government's anti-drug campaign doesn't mean that we've also had a change of heart in our pursuit of truth, justice and accountability.
The regiment participated in the Changing of the Guard Ceremony as a part of honouring the regiment's centennial anniversary.
Throw in the continued speculation over Pepe Reina's future and there is scope for a natural changing of the guard.
The drama unfolded as tourists and Londoners gathered outside the palace for yesterday's midday changing of the guard.
The drama unfolded as hundreds of tourists and Londoners gathered outside the palace for yesterday's midday changing of the guard.
YESTERDAY saw the changing of the guard at the House of Representatives youth parliament as House President Yiannakis Omirou welcomed the new 'deputies' who have replaced their outgoing peers after a two-year stint.
The pupils had won first place in the Tidy Up Middlesbrough campaign in 1980 and they planned to wear their special campaign T-shits when they watched the changing of the guard from the inner courtyard of the palace.
A mother-daughter journey through one of the world's great walking cities is narrated by the younger traveler, who takes in history -- the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, Admiral Nelson's statue in Trafalgar Square -- and lesser facts with equal delight: "London is Europe's third rainiest city; a telephone booth is a good place to wait out a shower.
Evans, though, admits the Roms are facing a changing of the guard, after Tyrone Fagan, Leon Blake, Tom Wilmore and Leo Brown all exited.
Summary: London, July 14, 2010, SPA -- "No changing of the Guard today.
They will also perform the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony that takes place every 48 hours and is watched by several thousand people.