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Queens·ber·ry

 (kwēnz′bĕr′ē, -bə-rē), Eighth Marquis of Title of John Sholto Douglas. 1844-1900.
British aristocrat who publicly promoted the Marquis of Queensbury rules (1867) to govern boxing.
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Stuart Harris, commercial director and co-founder of Tunsgate developers Queensberry, said: "We're delighted both names have chosen Tunsgate Quarter as the home for their first locations in Surrey, it's a testament tothe sophisticated and stylish destination we have created.
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The opening is part of a multi-million pound development for Liverpool's Metquarter, which is being carried out by new owners Queensberry.
Queensberry Properties' have created a showhome to highlight the two remaining properties for sale at its top end Hydro Gardens development at Peebles in the Borders.
The scheme, which extends to 390,000 sq ft, has been sold by Queensberry Real Estate to Canadian investment company Talisker Corporation.
Now design consultancy Queensberry Design and video games developer Coconut Lizard have moved into the building.
The final three apartments at joint developers Queensberry Properties and Telereal Trilliums hugely popular Woodcroft premier homes development located between Morningside and The Grange in Edinburgh, have now been released for sale.
Vijender's two promoters- Indiabased IOS and UK- based Queensberry Promotions- were hopeful that the fight will raise the profile of boxing in the country.
Coventry City Council has been working with London-based regeneration specialists Queensberry Real Estate on plans for the area.
That leaves us with a shortlist of Gabrial''s Kaka, Queensberry Rules, Velox.
1890: Canadian George Dixon beat Nunc Wallace with an 18th-round knockout at the Pelican Club in London to win the world bantamweight boxing title in what was the first fight under Queensberry Rules held in England.
Four days later, he arrived at his club to nd a card from the Marquis of Queensberry which was famously misspelt: To Oscar Wilde - posing as a Somdimite.

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