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Jubilee is a teenage member of Generation X (X-Men comics). She was initially depicted as being from 12 to 14, among the youngest of the mutants harbored by Professor Xavi…er. (MORE)

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It means the celebration of the 25th anniversary of a particular event. In relation to Queen Elizabeth, she celebrated her 25th year as being Queen in 1977 and all of the acti…vities surrounding that celebration were called the Silver Jubilee. Traditions began with associating physical things with the length of marriages, with various milestones being given every more "valuable" designations. Year one is "paper", year five is "wood". "Silver" is the designation for the 25th year anniversary, "Gold" is 50th. Jubilee's tend to cover a longer period of time than just the day. For example Queen Elizabeth celebrated her 25th year as being Queen in 1977 and all of the activities surrounding that celebration were called the Silver Jubilee. The concept of Jubilee by the way is Biblical (Leviticus 25:8-10), and is thousands of years old. The direction was that upon the passage of 7 cycles of 7 years, (49 years), all lands were left fallow, and all lands that had been given for use by others, whether sold, rented, whatever, had to be returned to the original tribe that owned it, thus restoring the land to its traditional owners. So often any 50th year anniversary has been associated with the concept of Jubilee. (MORE)

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There are usually only three. So far, Queen Elizabeth II has celebrated a Silver Jubilee (in 1977, marking her 25th year on the throne), a Golden Jubilee (in 2002, a 50th year… observance) and a Diamond Jubilee (in 2012, for her 60th year as queen). A Diamond Jubilee normally would be held for the 75th anniversary of a monarch's reign, but an arrangement was made to honor Queen Victoria in 1897 for her 60th year on the throne. Queen Elizabeth II is the only other British queen to observe a Diamond Jubilee. According to Katie Couric of ABC News, Queen Elizabeth would celebrate a Platinum Jubilee if she is still Britain's monarch in 2022. (MORE)

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1 year | Annual | Paper / 2 years | Biennial | Cotton / 3 years | Triennial | Leather / 4 years | Quadrennial | Linen / 5 years | Quinquennial | Wood / 6 years | Sexennial | I…ron / 7 years | Septennial | Wool / 8 years | Octennial | Bronze / 9 years | Novennial | Copper / 10 years | Decennial | Tin/Aluminium / 11 years | Undecennial | Steel / 12 years | Duodecennial | Silk / 13 years | Tredecennial | Lace / 14 years | Quattuordecennial | Ivory / 15 years | Quindecennial | Crystal / 20 years | Vigintennial / Vicennial | China/Porcelain / 25 years | Quadranscentennial | Silver Jubilee | Probably a modern coined term. / 50 years | Semicentennial / Quinquagenary | Golden Jubilee / 60 years | Sexagennial / Sexagenary | Diamond Jubilee of monarchs / 70 years | Septuagennial | Platinum Jubilee of monarchs / 75 yearsDodranscentennial | Diamond Jubilee | Dodrans is a Latin contraction of de-quadrans which means "a whole unit less a quarter" (de means "from"; quadrans means "quarter". 75 years is a quarter century less than a whole century or 75 = (-25 + 100).[1] / Dodracentennial | Alternative Latin form of Dodranscentennial / Dequascentennial | Alternative Latin form of Dodranscentennial / Semisesquicentennial | Probably[attribution needed] a modern coined term. Demisesquicentennial or Hemisesquicentennialis are other similar variants. / 100 years | Centennial | Centenary / platinum jubilee / 125 years | Quasquicentennial | Term is broken down as quasqui- (and a quarter) centennial (100 years). Quasqui is a contraction from quadrans "a quarter" plus the clitic conjunction -que "and". The term was coined by Funk and Wagnalls editor Robert L. Chapman in 1961.[2] / 150 years | Sesquicentennial | Term broken down as sesqui- (one and a half) centennial (100 years) / 175 yearsDodransbicentennial | - | Dodrans is a Latin contraction of de-quadrans which means "a whole unit less a quarter" (de means "from"; quadrans means "quarter". 175 years is a quarter century less than the next whole (bi)century or 175 = (-25 + 200).[1] / Dodrabicentennial | Alternative Latin form of Dodransbicentennial / Dequasbicentennial | Alternative Latin form of Dodransbicentennial / Dosquicentennial | Dosquicentennial has been used in modern times[3] and this is perhaps a modern contraction of "de-quadrans". However, it seems inappropriate to combine the terms que and de when dealing with such Roman fractions. In any event, if such a conjunction was appropriate then it would perhaps more likely have been "Dosquibicentennial" (but the result is little shorter anyway).[1] / Demisemiseptcentennial | Probably[attribution needed] a modern coined term: demisemiseptcentennial; literally one-half (demi-) x one-half (semi-) x seven (sept-) x 100 years (centennial)-also demisemiseptcentenary.[4][5] / Quartoseptcentennial | Probably[attribution needed] a modern coined term: quartoseptcentennial; literally one-quarter (quarto-) x seven (sept-) x 100 years (centennial)-also quartoseptcentenary.[6] / Terquasquicentennial | First used by Bell Laboratories in celebrating its 175th anniversary as a corporation.[citation needed] Is a coined word for an anniversary of 175 years, but the elements of the word literally refer to an anniversary of 375 years, as follows: ter- (3) × quasqui- (1¼) × centennial (100 years) / Septaquintaquinque- centennial | Suggested by lexicographer Robert L. Chapman to William Safire; first appeared in Safire's column, "On Language" (The New York Times Magazine, February 12, 1995). It is a coined word for an anniversary of 175 years, but the elements of the word literally refer to an anniversary of 35,000 years, as follows: septaquinta- (70) × quinque- (5) × centennial (100 years) / 200 years | Bicentennial / 250 yearsSestercentennial | - | To express 2½ in Latin it would be expressed as "half-three". The term relates to being halfway [from the second] to the third integer. In Latin this is "Sestertius" which is a contraction of semis (halfway) tertius (third) - hence Sestercentennial.[1] / Semiquincentennial | Probably[attribution needed] a modern coined term: semi- (half) × quin (5) × centennial (100 years) = 250 years / Bicenquinquagenary | Used by Princeton University in 1996, Reading, Pennsylvania in 1998, and Washington and Lee University in 1999.[7] It is a coined word for an anniversary of 250 years, but the elements of the word literally refer to an anniversary of 10,000 years, as follows: bi- (2) × cen(t)- (100) × quinquagenary (50 years) / Quarter-millennial | Meaning one fourth of one thousand years.[8] / 300 years | Tercentennial | Tricentennial / 350 yearsSesquarcentennial | - | A modern coined term; sesquarcentennial for 350 years is deduced here from the "Sestertius" definition for 250 years above. For 350 years it relates to being halfway from the third to the fourth integer; thus a contraction of semis (halfway) and quartus (fourth); hence Sesquarcentennial. / Semiseptcentennial | Probably[attribution needed] a modern coined term: semi- (half) × sept(7) × cen(t)- (100) × centennial (350 years) / 400 years | Quadricentennial | Quatercentenary / 500 years | Quincentennial / 600 years | Sexcentennial / 700 years | Septcentennial | Septuacentennial | Probably[attribution needed] a coined term; earliest known use in March 1988.[9] Chiang Mai Septcentennial Stadium (Chiang Mai, Thailand) was completed in 1991.[10] / 800 years | Octocentennial / 900 years | Nonacentennial / 1000 years | Millennial / 2000 years | Bimillennial (MORE)

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The Emerald Jubilee is when a king or queen reaches 55 years of ruling.

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Its a celebration of an extended amount of time that a monarch has been on the throne. Somewhere from 60-75 years Queen Elizabeth II has recently celebrated her Jubilee for …60 years on the throne of the United Kingdom (MORE)

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He passed away a day ago! Funeral services will be saturday june 30 2012 at mt patmos baptist church decatur ga

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The anniversaries marked as "Jubilees" are: 25 years - Silver jubilee 50 years - Golden Jubilee 60 years - Diamond Jubilee 70 years - Platinum Jubilee Just for grins, I though…t you might enjoy seeing the full list of anniversaries, whether designated as a jubilee or not. Here they are: 1 year is a paper anniversary 2 years is a cotton anniversary 3 years is a leather anniversary 4 years is a linen anniversary 5 years is a wood anniversary 6 years is an iron anniversary 7 years is a wool anniversary 8 years is a bronze anniversary 9 years is a copper anniversary 10 years is a tin (or aluminium) anniversary 11 years is a steel anniversary 12 years is a silk anniversary 13 years is a lace anniversary 14 years is an ivory anniversary 15 years is a crystal anniversary 17 years is a turquoise anniversary 18 years is a lapis anniversary 20 years is a china (porcelain) anniversary 25 years is a Silver Jubilee or silver wedding anniversary 30 years is a pearl anniversary 35 years is a coral (or jade) anniversary 40 years is a ruby anniversary 45 years is a sapphire anniversary 50 years is a Golden Jubilee - not to be confused with the 'golden birthday' (not at a fixed age) 55 years is an emerald anniversary 60 years is a Diamond Jubilee 65 years is a blue sapphire anniversary 70 years is a Platinum Jubilee. 75 years is a diamond wedding anniversary 80 years is an oak wedding anniversary wiki/anniversary (MORE)

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A platinum celebration is normally 70 years in Britain, however for the jubilee if Queen Elizabeth is to remain on the throne it would probably be 75 years. The reason for th…is is because Asia celebrates a platinum celebration every 75 years and parts of Asia are still connected to the Commonwealth. If the Queen is too ill and not expected to go much past her seventieth year on the throne, then I suspect they will hold it sooner. (MORE)

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According to Wikipedia: "The Jubilee line is coloured silver/grey on the Tube map."