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February 15, 1989 | EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press
A 2 1/2-year-old girl has won the right to the first name Princess after a battle royal between her parents and officials from Buckingham Palace and the Scottish bureaucracy. Princess Dulcima Rosetta Manwaring-Spencer claims no royal connections but her parents liked the name and never imagined they would run into problems with the Royal Family and the government.
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February 15, 1989 | EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press
A 2 1/2-year-old girl has won the right to the first name Princess after a battle royal between her parents and officials from Buckingham Palace and the Scottish bureaucracy. Princess Dulcima Rosetta Manwaring-Spencer claims no royal connections but her parents liked the name and never imagined they would run into problems with the Royal Family and the government.
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June 25, 1987 | United Press International
Britain plans to scrap its quaint liquor law dating from World War I that requires English and Welsh pubs to close in the afternoon, the government announced Wednesday. "The time has come for the law to be brought up to date," Home Secretary Douglas Hurd said. A government-supported bill on extended pub hours will be announced today at the state opening of the newly elected Parliament, officials said. "Cheers!" headlined the Evening Standard on the liquor news.
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