diamond jubilee

NOUN
  1. an anniversary celebrating the passage of 60 years
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  • Rudyard Kipling's Recessional, in exultant recognition of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, embodied the spirit of that nostalgic period. Responsible Nationhood
  • Amid the midsummer heat and the excitement in central London, as citizens celebrated Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, the principal contenders were becoming clear.
  • In 1968, the diamond Jubilee came and went without celebration for fear of a financial loss!
  • As far as memorable moments go, the final fling of the Westmorland Orchestra concert season promises to be a real gem in the ensemble's diamond jubilee year.
  • In the Diamond Jubilee year of 2000, the association published an illustrated history as its 60 th anniversary project.
  • At some point following the Diamond Jubilee in 2012—perhaps upon her own ninetieth birthday in 2016—she would agree to step aside allowing Charles to become king at last at age sixty-seven—still making him the oldest person ever to assume the throne, although at an age when he might still leave his mark on history. William and Kate
  • He commended them on the idea of planting the trees to mark the national organisations Diamond Jubilee and expressed the hope that the trees will survive for many years to come in commemoration of the occasion.
  • IN 1897, 46,000 plumed and scrubbed troops marched through London to mark Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee.
  • Annette-Gabriele Purshouse, 18, was presented with the silver salver for the WI Diamond Jubilee Award last Wednesday at the group's annual meeting at the Wiltshire Music Centre.
  • Yet 87% think high profile events –such as the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and Euro 2012 –will boost patriotism.
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