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Topic - Andrew
Andrew is the English form of a given name and surname common in many countries. Alternatives include Andrey, Andrei, Andreiy, ‘Andreas’, ‘Andreu’, ‘Andrés’, ‘Anders’, ‘Endrew’, 'Andrej' and ‘André’. ‘Andrew’ is a common name in English-speaking countries. In the 1990s it was among the top ten most popular names for boys in those countries. In Italian, the equivalent to ‘Andrew’ is ‘Andrea’, though ‘Andrea’ is feminine in most other languages. - Source: Wikipedia
Police mistook Prince Andrew, Duke of York, for an intruder as he was taking a stroll in the gardens of Buckingham Palace Wednesday evening.
Damontre Moore helped recruit Polo Manukainiu to Texas A&M and remembered the day the two met.
Texas A&M said Tuesday that redshirt freshman Polo Manukainiu and a friend who was joining the Utah football team this fall were among three people killed in a single-car rollover crash in the high desert of northern New Mexico, stunning both schools just days before fall practices begin.
The queen, who has been on the throne for 61 years, has attended Ascot every year since 1945. Thursday's win was her 22nd overall at Ascot, but the first in the signature Gold Cup.
Like many other parents, my wife and I think that building a child's library creates an important gateway to acquiring a lifelong interest, passion and love for reading. Thus far, our 4-year-old son, Andrew, seems to enjoy his copious amount of books. We hope this early passion for literature continues to grow and develop.
Sarah Ferguson, the former wife of Prince Andrew; British singer-songwriter James Blunt; and Israeli television psychic Uri Geller are among the latest to strike a deal with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. over phone hacking.
Prince Harry's admission that he killed Taliban fighters while working as a helicopter gunner in Afghanistan drew intense British media coverage Tuesday and sparked concerns about possible reprisals.
Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon and Susan Sarandon spoke out against fracking Thursday during a tour of natural-gas drilling sites in northeastern Pennsylvania, warning about what they view as the danger to air, water and human health.
Two British royals on a Mini adventure drove through a red light Thursday on a promotional spin near the German capital's Brandenburg Gate.
"Yentl" goes yenta in "The Guilt Trip," a creakily old-fashioned comedy that forgot to pack the laughs along with the nudging and kvetching. Possibly the first American film in decades in which characters drive cross-country courtesy of process shots out the back window, this mother-son yakfest blows a gasket and all four tires before it even hits the road. With Seth Rogen in very subdued mode, his fans will smell this one a mile away; it might be a movie only their mothers _ or die-hard Barbra Streisand fans _ could love.
The bonds of love and family are tested in the most mundane ways in "Save the Date," an indie relationship comedy that's short on both romance and humor.
Forget talk of ambassadors and national security. The State Department had a glittering flirtation with the Office of Party Hearty. It was brief. It was sensational. It failed.
Once again, it's time to check off some items on my "TIDU List" — Things I Don't Understand:
Ten years after the Beltway snipers terrorized the D.C. area, residents said they can remember the collective fear felt each day another death was reported and the paranoia that accompanied the most mundane errands.
Prince Harry, third in line to the British throne, flew into southern Afghanistan on Friday to begin a four-month combat tour as a gunner for an attack helicopter.