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Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Wickham discuss Mr. Darcy during a whist party in chapter 16 of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
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The movie stars Spencer Tracy in the titular role, Joan Bennett, Elizabeth Taylor, Don Taylor, Billie Burke, and Leo G. Carroll.
This work postulates that both Fitzwilliam Darcy and Charles Bingley, and Elizabeth Bennett and Charlotte Lucas were lovers of the same sex, and therefore closet bisexuals.
Although Elizabeth Scarburgh left her interest to her daughters, the title went to her oldest son, Bennett.
Veteran film star Joan Bennett was soon cast as Victoria's employer Elizabeth Collins Stoddard, a woman who had not left her home in over eighteen years.
Justice Elizabeth Bennett of the Supreme Court of British Columbia ruled that " there is nothing in his conduct that crosses the line from an act of folly to behaviour calling for criminal sanctions.
In addition actors and actresses Richard Braine, Ted Robbins, Arthur Kelly, Alison Pargeter, Angus Barnett, John Sparkes, Elizabeth Bennett, Christa Ackroyd, Matt Malloy, Patton Oswalt, and John Fortune appear in short roles.
Palladino supported Phil Collins, as a member of the house band for the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II, which played with Sir Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Sir Cliff Richard, and Tony Bennett, among other notable performers.
Burnside's personal assistant Diane Lawler ( Elizabeth Bennett ) has regular clashes with her boss but is fiercely loyal to him.
* September 25-The Premier of New Brunswick Richard Bennett Hatfield is accused of drug possession ( 35 grams of cannabis was found in his bag ) during the official visit of Queen Elizabeth II in the province.
Another successful film series followed with Father of the Bride ( 1950 ) and Father's Little Dividend ( 1951 ), both directed by Vincente Minnelli and starring Spencer Tracy, Joan Bennett, and Elizabeth Taylor.
He was born on Terminal Island in Los Angeles, California, to parents May Elizabeth Gabriel and Bennett Mason Scott.
* Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests, edited by John Robinson and Elizabeth Bennett ( Columbia University Press, 1999 )
They have four children: Patrick Hunter Roemer, Matthew Bennett Roemer, Sarah Kathryn Roemer, and Grace Elizabeth Roemer.
Wallace Bennett was born in Salt Lake City, Utah, to John Foster and Rosetta Elizabeth ( née Wallace ) Bennett.
* Andrew Bennett and Nicholas Royle: Elizabeth Bowen and the Dissolution of the Novel: Still Lives ( 1994 )
Brenda Bennett ( born Brenda Elizabeth Claire Siobhan ) is a British-American singer from Scotland who married the musician Prince's set-designer Roy Bennett, and then became Prince's " wardrobe mistress.
Tenko Reunion featured Marion Jefferson ( Ann Bell ) now divorced from Clifford ; Dr Beatrice Mason ( Stephanie Cole ) and Christina Campbell ( Emily Bolton ) now working in a community centre in Singapore, Sister Ulrica ( Patricia Lawrence ) doing missionary work in Asia, Domenica Forster-Brown ( Elizabeth Chambers ), the now happily re-married Mrs Van Meyer, nurse and now doctor-in-training Kate Norris ( Clare Oberman ), Alice Courtenay ( Cindy Shelley ) and working class girls Dorothy Bennett ( Veronica Roberts ) and Maggie Carter ( Elizabeth Mickery ), now a successful businesswoman and married mother of two, respectively.
Elizabeth and Mr
Elizabeth arrives to nurse her sister and is thrown into frequent company with Mr Darcy, who begins to perceive his attachment to her, but is too proud to proceed on this feeling.
Mr Bennet and Elizabeth are much amused by his obsequious veneration of his employer, the noble Lady Catherine de Bourgh, as well as by his self-important and pedantic nature.
It soon becomes apparent that Mr Collins has come to Longbourn to choose a wife from among the Bennet sisters ( his cousins ) and Elizabeth has been singled out.
At the same time, Elizabeth forms an acquaintance with Mr Wickham, a militia officer who claims to have been very seriously mistreated by Mr Darcy, despite having been a ward of Mr Darcy's father.
At a ball given by Mr Bingley at Netherfield, Mr Darcy becomes aware of a general expectation that Mr Bingley and Jane will marry, and the Bennet family, with the exception of Jane and Elizabeth, make a public display of poor manners and decorum.
The following morning, Mr Collins proposes marriage to Elizabeth, who refuses him, much to her mother's distress.
Mr Bingley abruptly quits Netherfield and returns to London, and Elizabeth is convinced that Mr Darcy and Mr Bingley's sister have conspired to separate him from Jane.
Elizabeth, however, has just learned of Darcy's role in separating Mr Bingley from Jane from his cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam.
Elizabeth and the Gardiners return to Longbourn, where Elizabeth grieves that her renewed acquaintance with Mr Darcy will end because of her sister's disgrace.
Elizabeth is shocked but does not dwell further on the topic due to Mr Bingley's return and subsequent proposal to Jane, who immediately accepts.
Lady Catherine de Bourgh later bursts in on Longbourn ; intending to thwart local rumour, she warns Elizabeth against marrying Mr Darcy.
* Mrs. Smith — the wealthy aunt of Mr. Willoughby who disowns him for not marrying Elizabeth Williams.
Besides William Henry, their youngest child, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison had six other children ; Elizabeth, Anna, Benjamin VI, Lucy, Carter, and Sarah.
The title of QC remains, but in 1998 two Northern Irish barristers ( Seamus Treacy-now Mr Justice Treacy-and Barry Macdonald ) opposed the requirement of swearing an oath of allegiance to the Crown ( Queen Elizabeth II during her reign ).
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Entrance into such stellar song writing company encouraged the burgeoning song writer to take a wife, Elizabeth Meehan, a dancer in the Gaieties.
When the young biologist, Dr. Ballard, began to show interest in our daughter Elizabeth, this induced a corresponding interest, on our part, in him.
If, the editors sometimes, dozed and printed pretentious, New, York-mind, dross, they, also printed, Malraux,, Silone,, Chiaromonte,, Gide, Bellow,, Robert Lowell, Francis Fergusson, Mary McCarthy, Delmore Schwartz, Mailer, Elizabeth Hardwick, Eleanor Clark,, and a host of, other good writers.
He thought he saw -- it awakened and, for a moment, interested him -- that Elizabeth held a leash in her hand and that a round fuzzy puppy was on the end of the leash.
He found Elizabeth in the parlor and asked her to make sure everything was in order in the residential hall, and then to take charge of the office while the party was here.
More than 25 carefully selected cities were visited, including New York, Brooklyn, Long Island City, Newark, Elizabeth, Stamford, Waterbury, New Haven, Bridgeport, Boston, Cambridge, Worcester, and Waltham.
Fiberglas materials are available from Glass Plastic Supply Co., 1605 W. Elizabeth Ave., Linden, N. J..
They want to own a junior-grade castle, or a manor house, or some modest little place where Shakespeare might once have staged a pageant for Great Elizabeth and all her bearded courtiers.
He thought that certain uses of the verb " to be ", called the " is of identity " and the " is of predication ", were faulty in structure, e. g., a statement such as, " Elizabeth is a fool " ( said of a person named " Elizabeth " who has done something that we regard as foolish ).
In Korzybski's system, one's assessment of Elizabeth belongs to a higher order of abstraction than Elizabeth herself.
Korzybski's remedy was to deny identity ; in this example, to be aware continually that " Elizabeth " is not what we call her.
In England it was first imposed by statute in the reign of Elizabeth I of England ( 1558 ) and its form has more than once been altered since.
The film featured an all-star cast that included Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, Geraldine Chaplin, Tony Curtis, and Kim Novak.
As head of state, Queen Elizabeth II is represented in Antigua and Barbuda by a governor general who acts on the advice of the prime minister and the cabinet.