Incidentally, the King of Sweden is 210th in line, and strangely, the Queen's husband, Prince Philip, is 503rd. In a letter to novelist Dame Barbara Cartland, he said he had been trying to help some fellow inmates, a number of whom were illiterate. So I told him: nut (head) for north and shoes for south - and he's got it! Records are set BY jumping Bi Gge R - blue, yellow, black, green, red, in order from left.
1 Charles; 2 William; 3 Harry; 4 Andrew; 5 Beatrice. 6 Eugenie; 7 Edward; 8 James, Viscount Severn; 9 Louise (Lady Louise Windsor); 10 Anne. Surely Una Never Was A Careful Driver (Swale, Ure, Nidd, Wharfe, Aire, Calder, Don). The peer was serving five years at Littlehey Prison in Cambridgeshire for attempted insurance fraud. It'll Come In Useful One Day, by Roger Bryan, is published by Llanina Books at £9.99.
My favourite was told to me by an Australian sub-editor working in Fleet Street: Rip Out Your Guts Before I Vomit. Lucy Can't Drink Milk: L = 50, C = 100, D = 500, M = 1,000. What number do you get if you add up all the Roman numerals in order? The Prime Ministers are: Attlee, Churchill, Eden, Macmillan, Home, Wilson, Heath, Wilson, Callaghan, Thatcher, Major, Blair, Brown and Cameron.
M D C L X V I = 1666, the year of the Great Fire of London. Once you know the mnemonic The Siege of Sidney Street you will never misspell siege (or seize) again.
The book is built upon the theory that the "primary emotional needs" for men and women, respectively are that men need respect and women need love, like they need air to breathe. Eggerichs uses simple examples to illustrate real life situations in relationships and then often connects those situations to the verse in Ephesians and other passages in the Bible. The Crazy Cycle first illustrates that "Without love, she reacts without respect and without respect, he reacts without love".
Misunderstandings in communication is expressed using simple metaphors to illustrate that men often use blue sunglasses and women often use pink sunglasses during communication.
Convincing your parents he does in fact have a personality even though he's never said anything more than "Thanks" to them.
One theory has it that it was Richard III, who was defeated in 1485 by Henry Tudor at the Battle of Bosworth Field, a battle that ended the Wars of the Roses. It seems more likely, however, that our Richard of York was Richard III's father, none other than the Grand Old Duke of York, the one with 10,000 men - who was defeated and killed at the Battle of Wakefield in the Wars of the Roses in 1460. After the Second World War, this one was in circulation in Britain: Remember O Ye Germans, Britain Is Victorious. but I kind of doubt it because that movie looked long). Wanting to invite him to a work function, but also knowing he'll probably be known as "That weird guy you're dating who never talked to anyone" if you do. Your co-workers won't even really "meet" your boyfriend until he's had a few shots and someone brings up .If you can find a way to make those things happen though, oh, will he be loved. Knowing there are certain conversation topics that are off limits because if you brought them up, he'd freak out and combust into a pile of nerves.Complementary medicine completes the medical circle. This mnemonic was told to me by an old, haggard, chain-smoking colleague when I worked on the Yorkshire Post in the Seventies.