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While Ernst was "found not to be guilty of any wrong-doing, all local support at Exeter stopped, which eventually led to my early retirement. Charles's parents did not attend the civil marriage ceremony; the Queen's reluctance to attend possibly arose from her position as. What is wrong with them? The prize, awarded by the , is considered the highest architecture award for New Classical Architecture and urban planning. In April 2008, published a letter from , Professor of Complementary Medicine at the University of Exeter, which asked the Prince's Foundation to recall two guides promoting alternative medicine, saying "the majority of alternative therapies appear to be clinically ineffective, and many are downright dangerous. Retrieved 27 July 2014. Charles helped establish a national trust for the built environment in Canada after lamenting, in 1996, the unbridled destruction of many of the country's historic urban cores. According to Clarence House, Charles was affected by news of the damage caused by in 2013.
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- Charles made a surprise entrance to settle the disputed delivery of celebrated line, "To be or not to be, that is the question"
- In the run up to the Prince's visit, two dissidents were arrested for planning a bomb attack
- Reaction to press treatment See also: Charles's anguish was recorded in his private comments to , caught on a microphone during a press photo-call in 2005 and published in the national press
- Charles has occasionally intervened in projects that employ architectural styles such as and
- He graduated from the with a BA degree on 23 June 1970; the first British heir apparent to earn a university degree
- The flag is divided into four quadrants like the arms of the Chief of ; the first and fourth quadrants comprise a gold field with a blue and silver checkered band in the centre; the second and third quadrants display a black galley on a silver field
- In 2007, the prince purchased a 192-acre property 150 acres of grazing and parkland, and 40 acres of woodland in , and applied for permission to convert the farm into a Welsh home for him and the Duchess of Cornwall, to be rented out as holiday flats when the couple is not in residence
- Retrieved 12 October 2008
- He was baptised there by the , , on 15 December 1948