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The Isle of Man has been inhabited since 6500 BC. The isle is rich in folklore, including stories about fairies. The Fairy Bridge is located here. It is considered bad luck not to greet the fairies when crossing the bridge. Greetings such as "Good morning, fairies!" are announced by people stepping into the bridge.
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The Isle of Man is a Crown Dependency of the United Kingdom, and its head of state is the British monarch. However, it is autonomous and internally self-governing. The Isle of Man has its own parliament - the Tynwald - which is one of the oldest parliaments in the world, and dates back to the Vikin…
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KENNY CARTER died in the 1986 TT.
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prime minister, because it is a constitutional monarchy
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The capital city of the Isle of Man is called Douglas.
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it's not known for sure but likely to come from Mannanan who is a Celtic sea god.
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The man on the Australian 2 dollar coin is NOBODY!It is just a picture of a male Aboriginal leader.
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According to the Isle of Man, they have a very low crime rate. They claim their crime is low because of the high fines that are given to anyone who commits a crime and also the jail time.
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The Isle of Man is a self-governing British Crown Dependency located between Great Britain and Ireland.
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they invade british isles in 456AD
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It is a Crown Colony of the British crown. It is basically 'owned' by the Queen. It's not part of the United Kingdom or European Union. Make sense? It's a confusing situation.
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There were a number of crown coins issued by the Isle of Man in 1981 to celebrate Prince Charles' wedding to Lady Diana Spencer. In Copper-Nickel (crown size - a bit bigger than an old US silver dollar), it's worth about $2.25 in uncirculated condition; in Silver (crown size - weighs 28.28g), about…
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when chuck Norris was born. true fact.
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The Isle of Man is a small island in the Irish Sea between Britain and Ireland. It is not a part of the UK or EU, but a possession of the British Crown.
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The Isle of Man is not part of the UK so it has no MPs. Manx people do not vote in British or European elections. The Isle of Man's parliament is called Tynwald and its politicians are called MHKs (Members of the House of Keys).
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Manx Gaelic also called Gaelg, its last 'native' speaker died in 1974. The language is alive again and the most recent census data shows around 2,000 people claim to know the language (3% of the population). It is widely taught in local schools and used bilingually in signs and government business…
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The Isle of Man is an automous, self-governing Crown Dependency. For most purposes it is independent, but the British government handles external affairs (foreign relations) and defence matters. It's certainly not part of "GB" though - Great Britain is merely a geographical place (i.e. the big is…
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Isle of Man Sovereigns and Half-Sovereigns are very similar, but not exactly identical to British Sovereigns and Half-Sovereigns.The Isle of Man Sovereign is 22.5mm in diameter and the Half-Sovereign is 19.5mm in diameter.
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It was a burst of carbon min oxide in a small town called Laxey in the Isle of Man it happened on the tenth of may 1897
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They didn't. ^^ The IOM is a country in it's own right. It is part of the British Isles, but they never took over it.
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No,the Isle of Man is a self governing Crown Dependency,and it never has been part of the U.K.
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Which one? I see 15 different designs of the Isle of Man Crown issued in 1988. Most of them are commemorating the bicentennial of Australia. All were issued as business strikes (but sold as collectables, not issued for use) and proofs in copper-nickel. Six were issued as 1 oz of .999 or .9999 sil…
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Manx is the adjective - 'He's Manx' Manxman or Manxwoman are the proper nouns ' He's a Manxman'
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It means that they want to know if you are a Manx person or whether you have permission to work on the island. People from the UK, Ireland or elsewhere in the EU need a work permit to get a job in the Isle of Man.
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For its good soil.
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No. Britain is an island made of England, Scotland and Wales. The Isle of Man is a separated island, between Britain and Ireland. It is not part of the United Kingdom either. It is a Crown dependency.
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It shouldn't be a problem. I am from England a my girlfriend is lithuanian and she says all you have to do is apply 3 months before you want to travel. If in doubt just contact the English embassy in Lithuania.
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It's part of the British Isles, but apart from that, it's actually a country in it's own right - it's a crown dependancy.
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NO. The Isle of Man is a British Crown dependency and does not elect MP's to the Westminster parliament.
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The Isle of Man parliament is called the Tynwald.
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Either Birkenhead or the ferry port in the Mersey next to the Liver Building.
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Not much. ^^ There are a lot of walks and beaches and places to cycle, and some interesting museums and historical places. There are a few shops, but not all that many, and there are sometimes things such as sailing courses going on.
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The Isle of Man is a small 33 mile in length Island is the middle of the Irish Sea between Ireland and England. It has its own government
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The currency in the Isle of Man is the IOM Pound, which is worth exactly the same as pounds sterling.
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I believe the last birching was in 1976. Earlier numbers were - 1972 4 1971 1 1970 2 1969 7 1968 1 1967 4 1966 2 1965 7 1964 11 1963 7 1962 7 1961 13 1960 9 1959 5 1958 2 1957 8 1956 19 1955 5 1954 4 1953 3 1952 8
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There were 14 different Isle of Man Crown coins issues in 2001. The themes included - Year of the SnakeThe Somali CatLife and Times of the Queen Mother (2 coins)Explorers - Martin Frobisher and Roald Amundsen (2 coins)785th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth IIJoey DunlopHarry Potter (6 coins)An Isle of Ma…
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The larger pre-1998 50 Pence coins were withdrawn from circulation and demonetised in 1998. So, unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they have little or no value. The Isle of Man currency (Manx Pound)(…
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yes. most beautiful ones :)
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English is the official language. Manx is the ancient language, which only a few people speak now.
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Isle of man is 80 miles west/northwest of Liverpool.. in the middle fo the Irish sea.
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An Isle of Man 1970 cupro-nickel Crown (Elizabeth II)(Manx cat reverse), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £10 GBP. An Isle of Man 1970 cupro-nickel Crown (Elizabeth II)(Manx cat reverse)(Proof FDC in case), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to …
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The Isle of Man has an area of only 221 square miles and Puerto Rico has an area of 3,515 square miles.
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It is a Crown dependency of the British Crown. It is not a part of the UK (or EU) but neither is it a sovereign state. The Isle of Man has its own parliament, elections, makes its own laws and has its own health, police, education, finance and tax systems. People from the Isle of Man are British …
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Around 84,000.
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Manx is the proper adjective for the Isle of Man.
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It was never directly bombed but stray bombs which were dumped after bombing raids in the UK did hit the island. The island was used to house low security detainees (often people of German and Italian descent) through the war.
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572 km squared / 221 miles squared.
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There are 4 Isle of Man 1976 Commemorative Crown coins. Two are silver, two are copper-nickel. The silver coins coins are 0.9250 silver, as close as you are likely to get to pure silver.
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It's in the North of the Isle of Man.
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No, the Isle of Man is a country in its own right.
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The Isle of Man is a country in its own right - so the answer to your question is the Isle of Man. ^^
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Ireland and England
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It's called Tynwald. It's the oldest continueing Parliament in the world.
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You can start driving lessons at 16, and drive with a licenced driver, but you can only take the drivng test and drive unaccompanied at 17.
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It is red with a large '3 legs' emblem in the centre.
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Depending on what coin you have they range from £5 to1500
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Irish Sea
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The "as the crow flies" distance is 260.58 miles or 419.36 km
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^^ Because it's a small country.
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The name is Tynwald which originates from Norweigan.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Isle_of_Man hope this helps
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It's normally called Boxing Day although some Catholics may refer to it as St Steven's Day.
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Most people there are Christian.
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Scotland
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The Isle of Man produces commemorative and collector coins as an export industry and often produces many variants of the same coin in different metals.An Isle of Man 1977 cupro-nickel One Crown coin (Elizabeth II)(Silver Jubilee), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition and the original packagin…
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the Isle of Man is a self governing crown dependency, the Isle of Man is not part of the United Kingdom, but foreign relations, defence and good government is the responsibility of the United Kingdom.The Isle of Man is not part of the EU (although the UK is).
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Snaefell
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its about 40 miles - you can fly or get a boat from Liverpool / heysham
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NO. The Isle of Man is between Great Britain and Ireland.
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Yes.
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Taken straight from the Royal Mint FAQ: "The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man are Crown Dependencies of the United Kingdom. They have their own legislative and taxation systems and issue their own banknotes and coins. These, in common with United Kingdom coins, bear the portrait of Her Majesty T…
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English is the official language, and a few people speak the ancient Manx language.
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Isle of Man "Cartwheel" Pennies and Halfpennies were only issued in 1798 and 1813.
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Same way as you'd text from anywhere else - just make sure you put the full code in if its not a local number.
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Yes, they do race motorcycles on the Isle of Man. They are known as the TT races.
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This previous answer was incorrect. ("The legal tattoo age for the UK is sixteen with parental consent. " Some tattoo parlours may ask for proof of age as it is their parlour on the line for illegal tattooing, which is why quite a few tattoo parlours only tattoo people who are eighteen and over, and…
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The Isle of Man uses Internet top-level domain .im
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The Bee Gees Brothers Gibb(s)
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The "Car Race" design was the standard reverse design on general circulation Isle of Man (heptagonal) 20 Pence coins from 1996 to 1999 inclusive. These coins are still potentially in circulation so, unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coi…
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The Romans called the Isle of man mik'el. It is often thought they the Romans named him MONA. This is correct as MONA refers to Angelsey.
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The Isle of Man 1980 gold Crown -Men racing horses - weighs 43 grams1980 Winter Olympics - weighs 39.8 grams1980 Summer Olympics - weighs 39.8 grams80th Birthday Queen Mother - weighs 5 grams80th Birthday Queen Mother - weighs 7.96 grams
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There were 1,000 1988 Isle of Man Proof gold "One Angel" coins minted.
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The highest, and only mountain on the isle of man, is snaefell. Snaefell, is only just classified as a mountain - about 3 or 4 ft higher than the minimum requirement
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No. Although you will need photo ID if travelling by plane.
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Possibly. There are current negotiations taking place to get them over for the 2010 Bay Festival
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English band called redline from the album ignition very edguy lol REDLINE from Birmingham www.myspace.com/redlinerockuk Track can be bought from here (its the actual version used by North One Television as shown on ITV, The Discovery Channel etc.) Ignition version can be downloaded from iTunes. …
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The only significant ones that I know are the Gibb brothers (of the Bee Gees) and Mark Cavendish, current champion cyclist.
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Yes, the Isle of Man is one of the British Isles, which are a group of Islands off the north-west coast of Europe. The Isle of Man is located in the Irish Sea between the islands of Ireland and Great Britain. Politically speaking, the Isle of Man is a self-governing Crown dependency.
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The Isle of Man TT is the most famous event. It's a 2 week long motorcycle festival with many classes of bike racing around a 37 mile (55km) track which consists entirely of public roads. The races have been held for over 100 years.The Manx national rally, is also a famous event that is run on the I…
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the calf of man, a bird sanctuary.
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Snaefell. Just.
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