West ham united are featured in which british movie?
Rise of the Footsoldier. They also featured in the American movie 'Green Street Hooligans'.
What is the capital of the province which is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west Alberta to the east and the United states to the south?
Going directly west you would come to Canada. Continuing on you would come to Russia and at that point you are technically east of the British Isles. Countries like Iceland, Greenland and the United States of America are not directly west, as they are north or south of the area that is due west. So in reality there is only one country west of the British Isles, which is Canada.
Tunisia is a country on the Mediterranean Sea, bordered on the west by Algeria, and on the southeast by Libya. In December 2010 and January 2011, it was heavily featured in the news after widespread riots and violence across the country. The news was featured most in the UK, as tour operators struggled to evacuate thousands of British tourists back to the UK.
His Imperial Majesty was featured on Manx, British, Canadian, Australian, Cypriot, New Zealand, British Honduran, British Guyanese, Hong Kong, Malayan, Ceylonese, Indian, South African, East African, and West African coinage (I probably forgot some). So, let's say that His Imperial Majesty was featured on 17 different currencies. Let's say that each currency has 8 coins. You expect me to tell you what your coin is worth?
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Because the portrait the image is based on is like that. Hamilton is the only person featured on U.S. currency not born in the United States, as he was from the West Indies. Hamilton is one of two non-presidents featured on currently issued U.S. bills. The other is Benjamin Franklin, on the $100 bill.
In 1910 His Imperial Majesty King Edward the Seventh died. Thus, His Imperial Majesty King George the Fifth took the throne. His Imperial Majesty was featured on Manx, British, Canadian, Australian, Cypriot, New Zealand, British Honduran, British Guyanese, Hong Kong, Malayan, Ceylonese, Indian, South African, East African, and West African coinage (I probably forgot some). His Imperial Majesty reigned from 1910 to 1936. So, let's say that His Imperial Majesty was featured on 17 different…