QEII

QEII

Abbreviation for:
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
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The QEII at Ascot is the logical next step for him and he's had a hard enough race today.
The front two in the QEII betting take a fair chunk out of the market but we haven't seen Gleneagles since Royal Ascot, while the favourite has been on the go since March.
The court is due to move to the QEII building in Derby Square, which houses Liverpool Crown Court, although concerns have been raised about overcrowding.
Built in the mid-1970s, the QEII Metro bridge was the most vital engineering solution in the long awaited development of Metro.
The casualty department at the QEII in Welwyn Garden City is the last to shut of 35 promised a reprieve by David Cameron.
However, Kingman's absence from the QEII, coupled with Rizeena's unbeaten record at Ascot, has given connections something to think about.
KINGMAN dominates the 33 entries for the QEII Stakes on Champions Day at Ascot on October 18.
Janet Curtis, 64, also enjoyed a posh trip on the QEII and holidays in Paris, Cuba and Niagara Falls, Canada, before the damning clip in Florida was found.
Investigators also established she had enjoyed a cruise on the QEII.
Premier Stephen McNeil says the province approved the second stage of design work on the Halifax Infirmary site of the QEII Health Sciences Centre and the Dartmouth General Hospital.
We have seen some brilliant champions carry off the Audemars Piguet QEII Cup in the past, and with six individual international Group 1 winners and some exciting rising stars, this could be one of the strongest renewals we've ever had -- it's shaping up to be a real classic," said William A.
Yesterday there was a double celebration at Gallagher Park, after it was also awarded a PS25,000 grant from the Sita Trust's QEII Fields Fund to pay for improvements to its facilities.