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The Princess Royal visits ICE to celebrate the Shaping the World Appeal.
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Two historic quarries in environmentally sensitive areas were reopened to repair Exeter Cathedral.
The phrase ‘time at large’ describes the situation where there is no date for completion, or it has become invalid.