Duke of Edinburgh

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Noun1.Duke of Edinburgh - Englishman and husband of Elizabeth II (born 1921)
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Under the terms of its operating authority licence from the Duke of Edinburgh awards, the council has a duty to monitor all health and safety aspects of expeditions which youngsters go on.
Summary: The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and Gordon Brown have attended a service to mark the end of combat operations in Iraq.
This year marks the 51st anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh scheme.
It is a true honour and we are immensely looking forward to welcoming Her Majesty and The Duke of Edinburgh to our new stadium next month.
The Duke of Edinburgh read verses from the Gospel of St Matthew that begin, 'Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven'.
Some 33 young people from the region will be travelling to St James's Palace in London to collect their Duke of Edinburgh Awards next month.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said: "The Duke of Edinburgh continues to make good progress.
The Duke of Edinburgh awards scheme fosters a real sense of community and responsibility among our young people, which are qualities that will be valuable to them throughout their lives.
Summary: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are attending a service later to mark the end of combat operations in Iraq.
LEAVING CHURCH Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh leave church on the Sandringham Estate .
But he appeared to be on his best behaviour for the 21st anniversary of Gaisce, the President's Award and the 50th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
Youngsters from Stockton gave the environment a helping hand as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award.