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* Margaret ( 1175 – after 1223 ), wife firstly of Emperor Isaac II Angelos, secondly of King Boniface I of Thessalonica and thirdly of Nicolas of Saint-Omer
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* 1172 – Henry the Young King and Margaret of France are crowned as junior king and queen of England.
* 1503 – King James IV of Scotland marries Margaret Tudor, daughter of King Henry VII of England at Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh, Scotland.
* 1572 – Marriage in Paris, France of the Huguenot King Henry IV of Navarre to Margaret of Valois, in a supposed attempt to reconcile Protestants and Catholics.
* 1511 – St John's College, Cambridge, England, founded by Lady Margaret Beaufort, receives its charter.
* 1566 – Two-hundred Dutch noblemen, led by Hendrik van Brederode, force themselves into the presence of Margaret of Parma and present the Petition of Compromise, denouncing the Spanish Inquisition in the Netherlands.
* The Annotated C ++ Reference Manual by Margaret A. Ellis & Bjarne Stroustrup – Addison-Wesley Pub Co ; ( January 1, 1990 ); ISBN 0-201-51459-1
* 1660 – A woman ( either Margaret Hughes or Anne Marshall ) appears on an English public stage for the first time, in the role of Desdemona in a production of Shakespeare's play Othello.
David Brewster was born at the Canongate in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire to Margaret Key ( 1753 – 1790 ) and James Brewster ( c. 1735 – 1815 ), the rector of Jedburgh Grammar School and a teacher of high reputation.
* Margaret Maria Gordon ( 1823 – 1907 ) wrote a book on Brewster, which is considered the most comprehensive description of his life.
She had three children, Louisa ( 1873 – 1943 ), Margaret ( 1874 – 1875 ), who died of meningitis, and Alan ( 1877 – 1952 ).
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Alcott was rejected by most public opinion and, by the summer of 1837, he had only 11 students left and no assistant after Margaret Fuller moved to Providence, Rhode Island.
For example, Dürer offered his last portrait of Maximilian to his daughter, Margaret of Austria, but eventually traded the picture for some white cloth after Margaret disliked the portrait and declined to accept it.
Also, in the mid-1980s, psychologist Margaret Singer stopped being accepted as an expert witness after the APA declined to endorse the DIMPAC report.
* Margaret Atwood's novel The Handmaid's Tale closes with a chapter set at a conference taking place some time after the events of the rest of the book, in which scholars question the authenticity of the earlier manuscript.
Margaret Mitchell's personal collection of nearly seventy foreign language translations of her novel was given to the Atlanta Public Library after her death.
Ten days after the marriage, Margaret returned to Swarthmoor to continue her work there while George went back to London.
Shortly after the marriage, Margaret was imprisoned at Lancaster ; George remained in the south-east of England, becoming so ill and depressed that for a time he lost his sight.
House of Cards is a 1990 political thriller television drama serial by the BBC in four parts, set after the end of Margaret Thatcher's tenure as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
By the influence of William Russell, earl of Bedford, he was appointed one of the king's itinerant preachers in Lancashire, and after living for a time in Garstang, he was selected by the Lady Margaret Hoghton as vicar of Preston.
# Margaret ( 29 September 1511 – 1577 ), married on 23 January 1530 George I, Duke of Pomerania and after his death in 1534 John V, Prince of Anhalt-Zerbst.
In 1983, five years after Mead had died, New Zealand anthropologist Derek Freeman, published Margaret Mead and Samoa: The Making and Unmaking of an Anthropological Myth, in which he challenged Mead's major findings about sexuality in Samoan society.
In addition, there are several schools named after Margaret Mead in the United States: a junior high school in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, an elementary school in Sammamish, Washington and another in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York.
The town is named after the river, which is presumed to be named after Margaret Whicher, cousin of John Garrett Bussell ( founder of Busselton ) in 1831.
Gell-Mann married Marcia Southwick in 1992, after the death of his first wife, J. Margaret Dow ( d. 1981 ), whom he married in 1955.
In 1912, after a fire destroyed their home in Hastings-on-Hudson, the Sanger family moved back to New York City, where Margaret began working as a nurse in the East Side slums of Manhattan.
Henry VIII's cousin once removed, Margaret Pole, 8th Countess of Salisbury, stood sponsor for Mary's confirmation, which was held immediately after the baptism.
Despite being friends with Margaret, she has driven Margaret mad a few times, notably in " Only a Story ", when she moved in with the Meldrews after her flat had been flooded and drove Margaret to the point of distraction with her complaining and laziness.
The couple's relationship with their neighbours begins badly after Victor mistakenly believes Patrick and Pippa are distant relations rather than the next-door neighbours who had been leaving for a lengthy holiday the day that Victor and Margaret moved in.
Pippa Trench ( née Croaker ) ( Janine Duvitski ) – Patrick's wife sought friendly relations with the Meldrews and, after a while, became good friends with Margaret.