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Margery and Eagan
* Margery Eagan
* Margery Eagan, another Herald columnist, used the term several times in 2006 and 2007 to characterize some supporters of Democratic governor Deval Patrick.
** Margery Eagan ( The Boston Herald )
In January 2011, WTKK dropped Imus from their lineup completely in favor of an extended edition of their late morning team of Jim Braude and Margery Eagan.

Margery and Peter
Born the son of Captain Martin John Norton RFC and Margery Birnie Norton ( née Hill ), Peter John Norton ( he changed his surname to Hill-Norton in 1931 ) was educated at the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth and the Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

Margery and are
Four female writers of the Golden Age are considered the four original " Queens of Crime ": Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, Ngaio Marsh and Margery Allingham.
Of most human interest perhaps are the occasional love letters, notably those from Richard Calle to Margery Paston, and Margery Brewes famous Valentines to John Paston III.
Thomas and Margery are rescued by Thomas Venables, a former villager with the Royalists who once desired Margery.
Of the 1960s rewrites not already mentioned, volumes 5 and 16 are credited to Mary Donahoe, 6 and 25 to Patricia Doll, 8 – 10 and 15 to Bonnibel Weston, and 24 to Margery Howard.

Margery and is
The earliest known autobiography in English is the early 15th-century Booke of Margery Kempe, describing among other things her pilgrimage to the Holy Land and visit to Rome.
Unmarried, King is survived by relative Margery King.
William Byrd was born in London, the son of another Thomas Byrd about whom nothing further is known, and his wife, Margery.
On a more secular note, feminist author Margery Hourihan has described the book as a " banal and mechanistic story which is written in flat, impoverished prose " and dismissed the central character from the movie adaptation of the book as " the girl-woman of Hollywood ".
* Autolycus is the name of a pet Jackdaw belonging to the fictional detective Albert Campion in the novels by Margery Allingham.
Margery Allingham, in Time and Tide, wrote that her only regret, " is that the story was written in the first person.
Some speculate that the Bray House was the birthplace of the mother of Sir William Pepperrell, whose father William Pepperrell Sr. married John Bray's daughter Margery, but it is more likely that she was born in England.
The married life of Pinchwife and Margery is based on Molière's School For Wives.
A running joke is the way Pinchwife's pathological jealousy always leads him into supplying Margery with the very type of information he wishes her not to have.
It is known that cases of the syndrome had already been observed during the Middle Ages, since it was described in the itinerary of Felix Fabri and the biography of Margery Kempe.
For example, in The Contention, Margery Jourdayne is referred to as " the cunning witch of Ely ", but in 2 Henry VI she is referred to merely as " the cunning witch.
The Velveteen Rabbit ( or How Toys Become Real ) is a children's novel written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson.
The married life of Pinchwife and Margery is based on Molière's School For Husbands ( 1661 ) and School For Wives ( 1662 ).
The difference, which would later make Molière acceptable and Wycherley atrocious to 19th-century critics and theatre producers, is that Molière's Agnes is naturally pure and virtuous, while Margery is just the opposite: enthusiastic about the virile handsomeness of town gallants, rakes, and especially theatre actors, she keeps Pinchwife in a state of continual horror with her plain-spokenness and her interest in sex.
A running joke is the way Pinchwife's pathological jealousy always leads him into supplying Margery with the very type of information he wishes her not to have.
During its long banishment from the stage, The Country Wife continued a shadowy existence in the form of David Garrick's cleaned-up version The Country Girl ( 1766 ), where Margery is a virgin and Horner her romantic lover.
Margery Kempe ( c. 1373 – after 1438 ) is known for dictating The Book of Margery Kempe, a work considered by some to be the first autobiography in the English language.
Part of Margery Kempe's significance lies in the autobiographical nature of her book: it is the best insight available of a female, middle class experience in the Middle Ages.
There is no firm evidence that Margery Kempe could read or write, but Leyser notes how religious culture was informed by texts.
In 1438, the year her book is known to have been completed, a Marguerite Kempe, who may have been Margery Kempe, was admitted to the Trinity Guild of Lynn.

Margery and who
One of the strongest critics of the Black and Tans was King George V who in May 1921 told Lady Margery Greenwood that ‘ he hated the idea of the ‘ Black and Tans ”.’
" Margery Pinchwife, regarded in Wycherley's own time as a purely comic character, was denounced by Macaulay as a scarlet woman who threw herself into " a licentious intrigue of the lowest and least sentimental kind ".
Yukos parent company, the Menatep group, lobbied extensively and successfully to influence Western public opinion, retaining Margery Kraus of APCO who successfully pushed through resolutions inter alia before the US House of Representatives and the Council of Europe.
His daughter Margery, by Lucy, married William FitzHugh, 4th Lord FitzHugh of Ravensworth and had a son Henry who became the 5th Lord FitzHugh.
# Margaret ( or Margery ), who married William de Ferrers, 5th Earl of Derby ( and was thus stepmother to her own stepmother ).
He married Margery, daughter of Sir Thomas Brews, and left a son, William Paston ( c. 1479-1554 ), who was also knighted, and who was a prominent figure at the court of Henry VIII.
He had married Margery, daughter of Sir Richard Danvers with who he had two sons, Richard, who died young and Thomas, his heir and the father of the Catholic politician, Sir Francis Englefield.
His wife Margery, who was a daughter of John Stewart, 1st Earl of Lennox, bore him nine children, including:
Margery S. Bronster ( born December 12, 1957 ) is a lawyer who served as Attorney General of Hawaii from 1995 to 1999.
Seymour was married before 1500 to Margery Wentworth, who was the daughter of Sir Henry Wentworth of Nettlestead, Suffolk, and his wife Anne Say.
Hugh Oldham was one of the younger of six sons born to Roger Oldham and his wife Margery who were, the limited evidence suggests, yeomen or minor gentry at Ancoats, which at the time was a village in North West England, but is now an inner city area of Manchester.
Born to William Pepperrell, an English settler of Welsh descent who began his career as a fisherman's apprentice, and Margery Bray, daughter of a well-to-do Kittery merchant, William Pepperrell studied surveying and navigation before joining his father ( a shipbuilder and fishing boat owner ) in business.
Their children included Margery Maude, who became an actress ; Pamela Cynthia Maude ( 1893 – 1975 ); and John Cyril Maude, who became a barrister, judge and Member of Parliament.
Thomas's daughter Margery, who married Alexander Luttrell of Somerset, sold the majority of Royton and its outlying land to John de Byron in around 1260.
Clark married Margery Tattersall in 1931, and they had 8 sons and 1 daughter who in turned produced a total of 40 grandchildren.
His other children were John West ; Reginald West, a sub-deacon in Wells Cathedral ; Edward West ; Richard West, a Franciscan friar ; Francis West ; Margaret West, who married Sir Nicholas Strelly ; Margery West, a nun ; and Alice West, also a nun.
Neill was born to John and Margery Ferguson Neill who hailed from Loch Fergus Farm, Ayrshire, Scotland.
The show is known as Ian & Margery, and is co-hosted by his wife, Margery ( a former TV producer who has worked for CNN as well as for The Oprah Winfrey Show ) who does her part of the show from a studio in their home while getting their two teenage boys off to school.

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