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Victoria,

Queen of England from 1837-1901.
Victoria blue - any of several blue diphenyl naphthylmethane derivatives used as a stain in histology.
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Victoria's Secret Fashion Show first aired on ABC in 2001.
A more serious approach came from British film star Anna Neagle, who starred in 1937 movie, Victoria The Great, about the early days of the queen followed in 1938 by Sixty Glorious Years.
In connection with this offer, call options from Danir AB and Ninalpha AB were acquired, covering in aggregate 10,235,198 ordinary shares of class A and 14,264,946 ordinary shares of class B, which represents 10.0% of the total number of shares and currently 12.5% of the total number of votes in Victoria Park.
Despite repeatedly telling him to stop, Lee became increasingly more violent as he threw Victoria around the room in the disturbing attack.
The 35-year-old finishes with six Sheffield Shield titles for Victoria, including three as captain, and a one-day title after debuting as an 18-year-old in 2001.
Trains between Leeds, Blackburn and Manchester Victoria will run between Leeds, Blackburn and Rochdale/Moston.
'Coach told us that we will start to look for the shot with five seconds left and when I looked at the clock and it said six seconds,' said Victoria, who was battling cramps before his jumper, in Filipino.
As an unwed mother who slips into permanent psychosis after her infant dies, an acerbic and very alcoholic newswoman who smashes the glass ceiling, and a foster-home teen who reneges on a suicide pact, Victoria is achingly real and believable.
The episode begins with Victoria's classic stand-up perfectly summing up the pitfalls of Christmas - overindulgence, overspending, and all too tiring.
The portrayal of the royal couple in ITV's hit drama Victoria reveals how the monarch defied stuffy standards to enjoy an active sex life with her hubby.

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