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Later landlady Cora Hallet ( Alexis Smith ) arrives at the house.
The next day, after Cora's funeral, an old friend who is an art critic, Alexander Guthrie, arrives to look through Cora ’ s recent purchases.
Stunned, Luther walks out, and the next morning, after Wharton returns home to find Edie chatting with Gladys, Luther's wife Cora ( Mildred Joanne Smith ) arrives and announces that Luther has given himself up to the police for the murder of Johnny Biddle.
Nick manages to keep up his positive attitude despite the various mishaps that occur: The smoke machine fails to work, then it catches fire, then his senile mother Cora arrives on the set.
Cora Simmons, Madea ’ s daughter, arrives and announces she is staying with her mother.

Cora and on
The Ravinia Festival, Highland Park, Illinois presented a staged concert on August 26 and 27, 2005, with Audra McDonald ( Fay ), Michael Cerveris ( Hapgood ) and Patti LuPone ( Cora ).
He later remembered the arrival of the family's first television as " the biggest event of his adolescence ," having been heavily influenced by radio ventriloquist Edgar Bergen and the early television puppets of Burr Tillstrom ( on Kukla, Fran, and Ollie ) and Bil and Cora Baird.
Abdul-Jabbar was born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Jr., on April 16, 1947, and grew up in Manhattan in New York City, the only child of Cora Lillian, a department store price checker, and Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Sr., a transit police officer and jazz musician .< ref >
In cases like this, a courtesan was solely dependent on her benefactor or benefactors financially, making her vulnerable ; Cora Pearl is a good example.
* Cat Cora, an Iron Chef on Food Network's Iron Chef America
Cora Hubbard, who was 20 at the time, John Sheets, a 23-year-old from Missouri, and 31-year-old Albert Whitfield “ Whit ” Tennison robbed the Mcdonald County Bank stealing a total of $ 589. 23 ( the equivalent of $ 15, 700 in 2009 on the Consumer Price Index scale ).
Legend has it that the borough was named for a member of the Watson family, Cora Watson, who was born on February 2, 1870.
* Camp New Fork is located on the lower New Fork lake just outside of Cora, Wyoming.
The Zalma factory was located just upstream from the mill dam, on the south side of the river, on land known as the Cora Carr property.
Cora Hubbard, who was 20 at the time, John Sheets, a 23-year-old from Missouri, and 31-year-old Albert Whitfield “ Whit ” Tennison robbed the Mcdonald County Bank stealing a total of $ 589. 23 ( the equivalent of $ 15, 700 in 2009 on the Consumer Price Index scale ).
In 1917 another red brick hospital on Main Street was built by Dr. C. M. Cotham and Miss Cora Karbach, a nurse.
They then inhabited the partly hilly, partly marshy district of the south of Latium, bounded by the Aurunci and Samnites on the south, the Hernici on the east, and stretching roughly from Norba and Cora in the north to Antium in the south.
Cora Webber was a participant in the sport of karate before she discovered boxing in 1979, and she allegedly left karate because she kept on being disqualified on her karate fights.
It was explained that Fred went on tour as a conductor with an orchestra, taking Cora with him.
Cora married four times, and on each occasion adopted her husband's last name.
It was in this role that she came to be in Cerro Cora on 1 March 1870 when López was finally killed.
Three weeks later, the band moved on to a better booking at the De Luxe Café, where the entertainers included Florence Mills and Cora Green.
Construction began in 1775 and the theatre was inaugurated on 30 September 1782 with a performance of the German composer Johann Gottlieb Naumann's Cora och Alonzo.
Examples include Brigid O ' Shaughnessy, portrayed by Mary Astor, who murders Sam Spade's partner in The Maltese Falcon ( 1941 ); Gene Tierney as Ellen Brent Harland in Leave Her to Heaven ( 1945 ), and the cabaret singer portrayed by Rita Hayworth in Gilda ( 1946 ), narcissistic wives who manipulate their husbands ; Phyllis Dietrichson ( Barbara Stanwyck ) in Double Indemnity ( 1944 ), Ava Gardner in The Killers and Cora ( Lana Turner ) in The Postman Always Rings Twice, both based on novels by James M. Cain, manipulate men into killing their husbands.
As a tactic intended to get Cora and Frank to turn on one another, he charges only Cora with the crime of Nick's murder, coercing Frank to sign a complaint against her.

Cora and with
Eager to work with both Laurents and Sondheim, Angela Lansbury accepted the lead role as Mayoress Cora Hoover Hooper, despite her strong misgivings about the script and her ability to handle the score.
Lansbury served as narrator, with Madeline Kahn as Cora, Bernadette Peters as Fay, and Scott Bakula as Hapgood.
presented a staged concert from April 8 through April 11, 2010, with Sutton Foster as Nurse Fay Apple, Donna Murphy as Mayoress Cora Hoover Hooper, and Raul Esparza as Hapgood, with direction and choreography by Casey Nicholaw.
Cora is too caught up with his logic to care.
Act three begins with Cora at her house with her council.
The highly erotic way Offenbach's operettas were originally played, with stars like Hortense Schneider — or the legendary courtesan Cora Pearl, who appeared in a revival of Offenbach's Orphée aux Enfers in 1867 completely covered in diamonds and little else — created a scandalized reaction from certain parts of the general public.
At the Theatre Royal, Marylebone, an epicene production was staged with Mary Warner, Fanny Vining, Anna Cora Mowatt, and Edward Loomis Davenport.
* In 1965, Berton Roueché described his wonderful trip along the Green River that set out from the Circle S Ranch in Cora, Wyoming in Subletter County with the ranch's foreman Thomas Scholebo.
As he waited in Jacksonville, Florida for passage to Cuba, he met Cora Taylor, the madam of a brothel, with whom he would have a lasting relationship.
During the final years of his life, he covered conflicts in Greece and lived in England with Cora, where he befriended writers such as Joseph Conrad and H. G. Wells.
Beverly ( Edward Earle ) is delighted with her arrival, but his wife Cora ( Dorothy Cumming ) is only jealous, despite Letty saying she and Beverly are like brother and sister.
* Cora, formerly a separate genus of lichen, now synonymous with Dictyonema
Other episodes include Parker being accused of police brutality, Bubba trying to help his nephew deal with recovering from drugs, a deeper look at Lonnie ’ s life off the police force which is controlled by his cantankerous Aunt Cora, and Harriet DeLong taking a bigger part in the story lines.
The original school opened in 1899, with Cora Crawford the first teacher who later to become Hubbard County superintendent of schools.
* Cora Hartshorn Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary-A site owned by the daughter of Short Hills founder Stewart Hartshorn, the park with its of trails was donated to the township in 1958.
Due to its high elevation, Cora experiences a subarctic climate ( Köppen Dfc ) with long, cold, dry winters and short, warm summers.
After she was presented with proof that she wasn't fighting Cora but her twin sister Dora, Dora proceeded to beat her by a knockout.
In the first season, Fred owned a music shop with Cora.
** Joe May won with lead dogs: Wilbur & Cora Gray

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