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Judith and Durham
* 1943 Judith Durham, Australian singer-songwriter and musician ( The Seekers )
They were popular during the 1960s with their best-known configuration as: Judith Durham on vocals, piano and tambourine ; Athol Guy on double bass and vocals ; Keith Potger on twelve-string guitar, banjo and vocals ; and Bruce Woodley on guitar, mandolin, banjo and vocals.
His place was taken by Judith Durham, who was an established traditional jazz singer, having recorded an extended play disc on W & G Records with the Melbourne group Frank Traynor's Jazz Preachers.
* Judith Durham
** Judith Durham, Australian singer
* Judith Durham ( born 1943 ), Australian singer, member of The Seekers
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* Judith Bookbinder, Boston modern: figurative expressionism as alternative modernism, ( Durham, N. H.: University of New Hampshire Press ; Hanover: University Press of New England, © 2005.
Judith Durham, who had a broken hip, sang from a wheelchair.
Some of the famous residents ( permanent and holiday ) of Rosebud were Judith Mavis Cock ( Judith Durham ), Arthur Boyd and William John Ferrier.
Judith spent her first six summers in the weatherboard house that stood on the west side of Durham Place.
Essendon is the birthplace of conservationist and television personality Steve Irwin, best known as " The Crocodile Hunter ,", singer Judith Durham and many famous business men.
Bryan Ferry, Colin Blunstone, Donavon Frankenreiter, Elkie Brooks, Bucks Fizz, Fairport Convention, Fury in the Slaughterhouse, Joe Brown, Judith Durham, Little Anthony & The Imperials, Phil Everly, Ricky Nelson, Ringo Starr, Rita Coolidge, Status Quo, The Fureys, Lemon Jelly, and Jim Capaldi.
release from 2002, " This Is My Song " follows " Ten Thousand Years Ago "-which only features the group's male members-to showcase Judith Durham as a solo vocalist.
The song also was released in 1997 by trio Judith Durham ( of The Seekers ), Russell Hitchcock ( from Air Supply ) and Yothu Yindi's Mandawuy Yunupingu.
), a song recorded by Judith Durham and the Preachers from their album Jazz From the Pulpit
* Written by Diane Lampert and Tom Springfield and performed by Judith Durham in 1967.

Judith and Story
* Gardner, Judith and el Bushra, Judy, editors, Somalia The Untold Story: The War Through the Eyes of Somali Women, Pluto Press ( 2004 ).
* The Ryan White Story ( 1988 ), starring Judith Light and Lukas Haas
This topic was explored at length in Canadian author Judith Fitzgerald's book, Building a Mystery: The Story of Sarah McLachlan & Lilith Fair.
* Judith M. Heimann, The Airmen and the Headhunters: A True Story of Lost Soldiers, Heroic Tribesmen and the Unlikeliest Rescue of World War II, ( Harcourt, 2007 ), ISBN 978-0-15-101434-7
* Judith Reid: A Plain Story of a Plain Woman.
* Judith Raphael Buckrich ( 1996 ) Melbourne's Grand Boulevard: the Story of St Kilda Road.
* Chicago Story ( 1982 ) ... Dr. Judith Bergstrom
Exner published her own account in Judith Exner: My Story ( 1977 ).
* Marcia Mitchell and Thomas Mitchell, The Spy Who Seduced America: Lies and Betrayal in the Heat of the Cold War-The Judith Coplon Story ( Invisible Cities Press, Montpelier, 2002 ) ISBN 1-931229-22-8
* Marcia and Thomas Mitchell, The Spy Who Seduced America: Lies and Betrayal in the Heat of the Cold War: The Judith Coplon Story, ( Invisible Cities Press LLC, 2002 ) ISBN 1-931229-22-8
* Mafia Moll: The Judith Exner Story, The Life of the Mistress of John F. Kennedy ( 2008 ) ISBN 0-923891-90-0
Her story was told in " The Wolves at the Door: The True Story of America's Greatest Female Spy " by Judith L. Pearson ( 2005 ) The Lyons Press, ISBN 1-59228-762-X.

Judith and
* 1946 Judith A. Lanzinger, American jurist, Justice of the Supreme Court of Ohio
* Judith Butler
* Judith Butler
* 1920 Judith Holzmeister, Austrian actress ( d. 2008 )
* 1956 Judith Butler, American philosopher
* 1931 Judith Viorst, American author
* 1949 Judith Light, American actress
Leonard Kouba and Judith Muasher write that genitally-mutilated females have been found among Egyptian mummies, and that Herodotus ( c. 484 BCE c. 425 BCE ) referred to the practice when he visited Egypt.
* 1948 Judith Miller, American journalist
* 1955 Judith Tarr, American author
* 1937 Judith Ann Mayotte, American humanitarian and author
* 1943 Judith Barker, English actress
* 1940 Judith Walzer Leavitt, American historian
* Sue Jones-Davies Judith Iscariot
Pepin returned to Aquitaine and Judith after being forced to humiliate herself with a solemn oath of innocence to Louis's court.
* 1970 Judith Draxler, Austrian swimmer
* 1935 Judith Rossner, American author
* 1933 Jerry Sheindlin, American jurist ; husband of Judith Sheindlin
* 1976 Judith Holofernes, German singer ( Wir sind Helden )
* Cahiers ( 1894 1914 ) ( 1987 ), édition publiée sous la direction de Nicole Celeyrette-Pietri et Judith Robinson-Valéry avec la collaboration de Jean Celeyrette, Maria Teresa Giaveri, Paul Gifford, Jeannine Jallat, Bernard Lacorre, Huguette Laurenti, Florence de Lussy, Robert Pickering, Régine Pietra et Jürgen Schmidt-Radefeldt, tomes I-IX, Collection blanche, Gallimard
Petrus and Judith had a son, Nicolaes Willem Stuyvesant ( 1648 1698 ), who married Maria Beeckman, the daughter of Willem Beeckman.
* Judith Jarvis Thomson, " The Right to Privacy ," in Michael J. Gorr and Sterling Harwood, eds., Crime and Punishment: Philosophic Explorations ( Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 2000, formerly Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1995 ), 552 pages, pp. 34 46.
Judith Merril's annual anthologies ( 1957 1968 ), Damon Knight's Orbit series, and Harlan Ellison's Dangerous Visions featured American writers inspired by British writers ( although some of the writers anthologized were British ).

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