Victorian age

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Noun1.Victorian age - a period in British history during the reign of Queen Victoria in the 19th century; her character and moral standards restored the prestige of the British monarchy but gave the era a prudish reputation
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Victorious will tell the story of Weston through the prism of the Victorian age, through the people who made it all possible - from the colliers to the courtiers.
THIS week our photos contrast the fading glory of the Victorian age with an abiding monument to Manchester - the city's Central Library.
Written largely using the school's old log books that have been retained for many years, the book starts at the beginning of education for all in the Victorian age.
Narrated in turn by Clare, her daughter Georgie, and spiky investigating cop Harbinder, this is a contemporary tale, but it harks back to the mysteries of the Victorian age.
It was imported here in the Victorian age but tomorrow, a Europewide ban on its sale comes into effect.
Artistically, these two-plus centuries of change coincided with a revived interest in Gothic styles reminiscent of the late Middle Ages on through the steam-engine Victorian age best referred to as steampunk.
A spokesman for the auction house said: "Sir Harry Tombs was one of the bravest soldiers of the Victorian age and a heartthrob.
The rich are enjoying a luxury ride while millions of grafters suffer hardship, the value of wages falling again in the lowest pay squeeze since the Victorian age, and a typical worker is PS38 worse off than a decade ago.
ANEW cocktail bar inspired by the Victorian age could be opened up in Hope Street, inside the historic Masonic Hall.
A trailblazing lesbian in the Victorian age, Austen's work captured New York City at the turn of the twentieth century (she lived 1866-1952).
Strange Science: Investigating the Limits of Knowledge in the Victorian Age
THOUSANDS of jobs and homes are to be created by the biggest rail improvements since the Victorian age, says the Government.
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