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 stately homes - in Britain
  - origin of phrase
 State Opening of Parliament
 state school (in Britain)
 States General - in Dutch republic
 Stationers' Company - and censorship
 Statue of Liberty - dedicated in 1886
 Statute of Labourers - Peasants' Revolt
 Statute of Westminster - dominion status
 Staufen - castle in Swabia
 Stauffenberg, Claus von - plot against Hitler
 Staunton, George - on Macartney's embassy to China
  - and Leigh Park
 steak and kidney pudding
  - development in Britain
 Stearn, Charles Henry - and viscose
 Stecknitz canal - joining Lu°beck to the Elbe
 steel - nationalized in UK in 1951
 Steele, Richard - Tatler and Spectator
  - brief biography
 Steell, John - monument to Scott
 Steenkamp, Anna - and the Great Trek
 steeplechase (origin)
 Stein, Aurel - and Dunhuang
 Stein, Jock
 Stellaland - republic of 1882
 Sten gun
 Stenness - stones of
 Stephen - and the throne of England
  - brief biography
 Stephen I, king of Hungary
 Stephen II - 8th-century pope
 Stephen, St - first Christian martyr
 Stephen, St - Stephen I of Hungary
 Stephen Báthory - king of Poland
 Stephen, John - and Carnaby Street
 Stephen, Leslie - and the DNB
  - and Virginia Woolf
 Stephens, James - Irish Republican
 Stephenson, George
  - and Geordie
  - Newcastle-upon-Tyne
 Stephenson, Robert
  - Conwy
  - High Level Bridge
  - Royal Border Bridge
 Steptoe, Patrick - develops IVF
  - test-tube babies
 Steptoe and Son (TV)
 sterling (British currency)
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