Tynwald


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Tynwald

the. the Parliament of the Isle of Man, consisting of the crown, lieutenant governor, House of Keys, and legislative council
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Reserves: Edwards Memorie, Fieldhouse Blitz (W), Priceless Kitty (M), Tynwald Zach (M), Zatopeks Baby.
The purpose of this MoU is to provide a joint framework for parliamentary support and capacity building of the members of provincial assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and for further developing the bond of sisterhood between the KP provincial assembly and Tynwald, the parliament of the Isle of Man.
It would be coherent with and complimentary to work of the office of the Clerk of Tynwald promoting knowledge and understanding of Isle of Man.
As we stood outside the Tynwald talking to Mr Corkish a man stopped to say hello.
I realised these veterans simply didn't have time to wait - and so I presented a resolution to the Tynwald that we should compensate our vets ourselves.
From 1866, increased power was returned to these institutions, in particular to the Tynwald.
In November 2000, by authority of the Tynwald, the Corporate Services Providers Act 2000 came into force in the Isle of Man.
Bill Henderson, the Tynwald member who proposed the one-off payment, said: ''The message to Tony Blair is for him to take notice of how we have achieved something very special for a group of special people who made the ultimate sacrifice for their nation.
In March, the Isle of Man's chief minister, Donald Gelling, announced further funding for the salvage operation, in addition to the pounds 1million already pledged by the Tynwald parliament.
1 Tynwald Baz Laurence Tuffin This looks his best chance of winning a Category One but it hasn't been straightforward.
Sanjurgo, of Douglas Close, Tynwald Hill, Stoneycroft, was hauled before Liverpool Crown Court after being captured this week.