"Snow Queen is a premium Vodka from Kazakhstan. Snow Queen is made from organic wheat from the Steppes, and then with the finest spring water...... more
"Snow Queen is a premium Vodka from Kazakhstan. Snow Queen is made from organic wheat from the Steppes, and then with the finest spring water from the Himalayas. It is one of only a few Vodkas that are distilled five times. The unique smoothness and purity that results from this production process make Snow Queen one of the finest Vodkas in the world."
The second book in Philippa's stunning new series, The Cousins War, brings to life the story of Margaret Beaufort, a shadowy and mysterious character in the...... more
The second book in Philippa's stunning new series, The Cousins War, brings to life the story of Margaret Beaufort, a shadowy and mysterious character in the first book of the series - The White Queen - but who now takes centre stage in the bitter struggle of The War of the Roses.
Advantages: Produces thick black lines straight away Disadvantages: smudges after a while and can take a while to find the right way of application
...the lid off this it is very similar to a lipstick because you have to twist it and the eyeliner will pop up. It is thick and coned shape this is so you don't need to waste time sharpening it. This is really ideal for me because I'm so clumsy and drop things all the time so when sharpening my cosmetics they always break and end up being unusable so it's really handy not having to do that with the queen...
Advantages: Big enough to be good Disadvantages: Small enough to be friendly
...So people, this will be my last op for a couple of weeks after I move on Sunday and have to wait for a new phone line, etc, I've decided to write an op on my native city. This will be my 10th move and I wouldn't dream of living anywhere else, so heres the low-down on the South West's funkiest city.
Bristol is the 7th biggest city in the UK and has around 400,000 people living in it. Due to...
Advantages: The performances of the whole cast, subtle and powerful Disadvantages: Perhaps a bit pro-royalist
...One of the most critically acclaimed and award-winning films of last year was Stephen Frears?s The Queen, starring the Oscar, Bafta and pretty much every other award-winning Helen Mirren as Elizabeth II.
The film begins with the election of 1997, when Tony Blair (played here by Michael Sheen) became PM for the first time. We watch as he nervously conducts his first meeting with the queen, in...
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