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This category combines all use British English from August 2010 (2010-08) to enable us to work through the backlog more systematically. It is a member of Category:Use British English.


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...Nothing Like the Sun

10th anniversary of Tiananmen Square protests of 1989

12th Lok Sabha

1962–1966

1967–1970

1989–90 Liverpool F.C. season

19th Nervous Breakdown

2004–05 Blackburn Rovers F.C. season

2006–07 Blackburn Rovers F.C. season

2007 Wellington Sevens

2008 Chinese milk scandal

2008 Wellington Sevens

2009 Wellington Sevens

2009–10 Egyptian Premier League

2009–10 Sydney FC season

2010 Kharkiv Pact

2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash

20th anniversary of Tiananmen Square protests of 1989

21 July 2005 London bombings

6th Lok Sabha

8th Lok Sabha

9th Lok Sabha

A Hard Day's Night (song)

A Son Called Gabriel

APAtT

Aart Alblas

Abominog

Ace of Spades (album)

Ace of Spades (song)

Adam Clayton

Adurthi Subba Rao

Airbus

Akeem Latifu

Alan Irvine (footballer, born 1958)

Alan Rogers (football manager)

Album (Public Image Ltd album)

Alcastar

Alfred Riedl

All You Need Is Love

And Your Bird Can Sing

Anglo-Chinese School (International) Singapore

Another Brick in the Wall

Another Girl

Anthony Clarke, Baron Clarke of Stone-cum-Ebony

Any Port in a Storm

Ao Man Long

Argo (1853)

Attack of the Alligators!

Attack on Cloudbase

Aymer de Valence, 2nd Earl of Pembroke

Azincourt (novel)

BN66

Baby's in Black

Baconian theory of Shakespeare authorship

Balmoral Castle

Banbury Road

Bank Hall

Bank of England

Bank of England note issues

Banquet Records

Barbados Cricket Association

Baron Slane

Batman: The Brave and the Bold (comics)

Battle of Glen Trool

Battle of Watling Street

Beatlemania in the United Kingdom

Becky McDonald

Bede

Beetham Highway

Belmont, Victoria

Bengal famine of 1943

Bennettsbridge

Berlin 36

Best of Dark Horse 1976–1989

Bettino Craxi

Bianca Jackson

Billy Jones (footballer, born 1987)

Bishan Depot

Blackbird (Beatles song)

Blackstratblues

Blue Monday (New Order song)

Blue Riband

Bob Miller (Australian politician)

Bono

Brabham

Break-up of the Beatles

Breakout (Swing Out Sister song)

Britain's Got Talent (series 5)

Britannia Industries

British Aerospace 146

British Isles

Broadcasting Authority of Ireland

Buckingham Palace

Buddy Farah

Cabinet of Papua New Guinea

Caesar's invasions of Britain

Cairo International Model United Nations

Caledonia Reds

Cameron ministry

Careless Whisper

Carl Carlton (German musician)

Carlos Martínez (actor)

Catharism

Championnat de France amateur

Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis

Charles IV of France

Charles V of France

Charles VII of France

Charles the Fat

Cheng Huan

Cheque

Chet (month)

Chris Scannell

Cicada (album)

Ciro Capuano

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Clement Freud

Colin Stewart

Concorde

Connie Chan

Cox's Bazar

Croatian Chilean

Crossroads to Crime

Cédric Roussel

Dabhade

Dalis Car

Dandelion (song)

Darwinism

Dave Davies

David A. Stewart

David McAllister

David Neuberger, Baron Neuberger of Abbotsbury

David Ricardo

David Strettle

Dayemi Complex Bangladesh

Death of Diana, Princess of Wales

Death of Jean Charles de Menezes

Deepwater Horizon

Definitely Maybe

Derek Stokes

Derek and the Dominos

Dig Out Your Soul

Dig Out Your Soul Tour

Disappear (No Angels song)

Doctor Who exhibitions

Doctor Who theme music

Dominic Shimmin

Don't Believe the Truth

Drambuie

E. M. Forster

Eagles Over London

East India Company

Edmond Albanach de Burgh

Education in Senegal

Edward Coke

Eleanor of Provence

Elisabeth Schwarzhaupt

Elizabethan era

Emerson, Lake and Palmer in Concert

Emma Marrone

Engelbert Humperdinck (singer)

English Cocker Spaniel

English National Opera commissions and premieres

Envera Selimović

Epsom Playhouse

Erika Naddei

Eurythmics

Expedition 10

Expedition 11

Expedition 12

Expedition 13

Expedition 14

Expedition 15

Expedition 16

Expedition 17

Expedition 18

Expedition 19

Expedition 20

Expedition 21

Expedition 22

Expedition 28

Expedition 29

Expedition 3

Expedition 30

Expedition 31

Expedition 32

Expedition 33

Expedition 34

Expedition 35

Expedition 6

Expedition 7

Expedition 8

Expedition 9

F. T. Prince

FC Dordrecht

Fatih Kırtorun

Federation of the Lefts

Ferenc Mérei

Fight for This Love

Film Tank

Filth Hounds of Hades

Final Vinyl (The Teardrops album)

First Opium War

Flag of Sabah

Flannelled Fool

Flavour of the Old School

Ford Corsair

Foreigner (Cat Stevens album)

Frederick I of Prussia

Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg

Free as a Bird

Frontier Works Organisation

Frula

Gaj Singh

Garra Dembélé

Gatwick Airport

Geelong West, Victoria

Geoffrey Chaucer

Geography of Bhutan

George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon

George Orwell bibliography

George Sampson

Georgios Efrem

German federal election, 2009

Gibson Kamau Kuria

Gilbert and Ellice Islands

Gintaras Januševičius

Goodbye to Yesterday

Gorillaz

Goteki

Governor of Bermuda

Granada Breeze

Greatest Hits (Kylie Minogue album)

Green Cross International

H. H. Asquith

Hanging Gardens (The Necks album)

Happiness Is a Warm Gun

Harrying of Buchan

Haselor, Warwickshire

Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?

Heathen Chemistry

Hedwig Dransfeld

Helter Skelter (song)

Hey Jude (album)

History of Derby County F.C. (1884–1967)

History of Germany

History of crossbows

Hizbul Islam

Home Guard (United Kingdom)

Home Park, Windsor

Hong Kong Observatory

Hong Kong by-election, 2010

Howard Carter

Hugh Capet

Huguenot

Hundreds of Cambridgeshire

I Love You (2005 Indian film)

I'll Cry Instead

Iain Russell

Ian Foster (footballer)

In Concert (Derek and the Dominos album)

In the Court of the Crimson King

Indian famine of 1899–1900

Insects (album)

Inseminoid

Internet

Inuka

Inverted Dendermonde

Iqraar by Chance

Island Line Trains

Island Line, Isle of Wight

Islands (King Crimson album)

It's All Too Much

It's Better to Travel

Jakarta International School

James Grady

James Honeyman-Scott

James MacHugo

James Mason

James McCartney

Jean-Paul Bacquet

Jericho, Nairobi

Jerzy Buzek

Jewellery Quarter

Jim Kirwan

Jimmy MacCarthy

Joan Armatrading

Jocie Kwok

Joe 90

John Calvin

John Carnac

John Curry

John Drake (Danger Man)

John Galbally

John Hutchinson (footballer)

John II of France

John Lydon

John Mayall

Jordan Connerton

Jornal Sporting

Josh Lillis

José Manuel Barroso

Junoon (Junoon album)

Kabhii Sautan Kabhii Sahelii

Kalutara Vidyalaya National School

Karl Kast

Kellogg College, Oxford

Kendu Bay

Kidnapping of Alan Johnston

King Mal Khan

Knights of Cydonia

KylieX2008 (video)

Lady Jane (film)

Lady Jane (song)

Larry Mullen, Jr.

Lazy Day (The Moody Blues song)

Leader of the Opposition (United Kingdom)

Legal disputes over the Harry Potter series

Level 42

List of Big Brother Australia housemates (2006 series)

List of Leeds United A.F.C. players

List of recurring The Mighty Boosh characters

List of terrorist incidents in Pakistan since 2001

Liverpool and the Black Atlantic

Loch Lomond

London Eye

Lothair of France

Louis Philippe I

Louis VI of France

Louis X of France

Louis XI of France

Louis XIII of France

Louis XVII of France

Love You To

Luke James (English singer)

Lynn Redgrave

Magical Mystery Tour

Mahbub Ali Khan

Mairon César Reis

Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh

Manic Street Preachers

Marcus Stephen

Martin Lee

Martin Luther

Matthew McGinley

Michael Ondaatje

Michael Parkinson

Michelle (song)

Mid Morning Matters with Alan Partridge

Mimi Smith

Mind Games

Money Can't Buy

Monument to the fallen for Těšín Silesia

Moors murders

More popular than Jesus

Mother's Little Helper

Motörhead

Move to This

Mylène Farmer

National Bravery Award

National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement

National Express East Anglia

New Ross

Ng Chee Yang

Nick Lowe

Nick Rhodes

Nicky Maynard

Nigel Kennedy

Nights on Broadway

Nisa, Turkmenistan

No. 3 Squadron IAF

Northern Rock

Nowhere Man (song)

Number Six (The Prisoner)

Number Two (The Prisoner)

Olivier Asmaker

Only Fools and Horses

Opening and closing sequences of The Prisoner

Operation Paget

Orléans

Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers

Pakistan Navy Hydrographic Department

Pakistan Steel Mills

Paris au Printemps

Parliament Act 1911

Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949

Parliament of Transnistria

Paul Bettany

Paul is dead

Pete Moore (composer)

Peter Banks

Peter Manuel

Petition of Right

Phallus paintings in Bhutan

Philip III of France

Philip IV of France

Philip VI of France

Playing with Fire (Paula Seling and Ovi song)

Politics of Abkhazia

Pope Gregory XIV

Pope Sixtus V

Prague

Premiership of David Cameron

Prince of Wales

Priory of Sion

Progressive Labour Party (Bermuda)

Public Image Ltd

Public Image: First Issue

Pulse Radio

Quadrophenia

Question Time (TV series)

RMS Oceanic (1870)

Rachel Hunter

Radiohead Box Set

Railways on the Isle of Wight

Ray Davies

Redneck Wonderland

Reilly, Ace of Spies

Renault 8

Revolution (Beatles song)

Revolver (Beatles album)

Riley Motor

Rise (Public Image Ltd song)

Riverside Girls (album)

Robbie Coltrane

Rodney Gordon

Roman Britain

Royal Question

Rugby football

Rugby league

Run for Your Life

Russell Brand

Ryan McGuffie

SS Antenor (1872)

SS Germanic (1875)

Sabri Boumelaha

Sandringham House

School Information Management System

Scoop (TV series)

Second Opium War

Security and Intelligence Division

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

She's The Queen

Sherlyn Chopra

Shit Creek Review

Shyam Benegal

Snowhill

Somerset Film

Sotheby's

Space: 1999

Sri Lanka Cricket A Team Triangular Series in 2005–06

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

Star Cops

Star of the Sea College

Stellafly

Stereophonics

Steve Howe (musician)

Sunshine Superman (album)

Susie Dent

Swarathma

Szeto Wah

Tariq Mustafa

The Ballad of John and Yoko

The Beatles Collection

The Beatles at The Cavern Club

The Beatles in Hamburg

The Beatles in India

The Beatles timeline

The Cathay

The Cham-Cham

The Cosmos Rocks

The Edge (radio station)

The End (Beatles song)

The Flowers of Romance (album)

The George Hotel, Crawley

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy as international phenomenon

The Inbetweeners

The Lithgow Plot

The Mysterons (Captain Scarlet episode)

The Pretenders

The Secret Service

The Silver Shine

Thomas Topham Petherbridge

Tilda Swinton

Tim O'Connor (actor/director)

Tom Pope

Tommy Steele

Tony Cascarino

Trevor Horn

Wally Badarou

Walter Raleigh

Walter Scott

William Goodchild

William O'Shaughnessy

William Strachey

William de Ufford, 2nd Earl of Suffolk

Winston Churchill

Æthelred the Unready

Ēostre

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