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Emma and Kerins
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Emma and was
Theresa Stubblefield, still holding the family letters in one hand, realized that her whole trip to Europe was viewed in family circles as an interlude between Cousin Elec's death and `` doing something '' about Cousin Emma.
On his return to Naples, Nelson was greeted with a triumphal procession led by King Ferdinand IV and Sir William Hamilton and was introduced for only the third time to Sir William's wife Emma, Lady Hamilton, who fainted violently at the meeting, and apparently took several weeks to recover from her injuries.
He was born on a farm near Kosse, Texas, in Limestone County near Groesbeck, to Emma Lee Foley and John Tompkins Wills.
:* Emma, by " Charlotte Brontë and Another Lady ", published 1980 ; although this has been attributed to Elizabeth Goudge, the actual author was Constance Savery.
It was also revealed by Emma Frost that she and Professor X are both Omega Class Telepaths when she manages to detect the real Professor X.
During the Avengers vs. X-Men storyline, Professor X and his son Legion are sensing the Phoenix Force was emergencing by transforming Cyclops, Emma Frost, Namor, Colossus and Magik into the Phoenix Five.
It was put into service in September 2006, aboard the world's largest container ship Emma Maersk which belongs to the A. P.
The largest internal combustion engine ever built is the Wärtsilä-Sulzer RTA96-C, a 14-cylinder, 2-stroke turbocharged diesel engine that was designed to power the Emma Maersk, the largest container ship in the world.
Their son Walter was born in 1868, their daughters Elizabeth in 1871 and Emma in 1873.
Einhard was married to Emma, of whom ( as of most laywomen of the period ) little is known.
Emma Abbott ( December 9, 1850 – January 5, 1891 ) was an American operatic soprano and impresario known for her pure, clear voice of great flexibility and volume.
To help out, she and George began performing professionally when Emma was nine years old.
It was a feminist movement in that most of its teachers and students were women ; notable among the founders of the movement were Emma Curtis Hopkins, known as the " teacher of teachers " Myrtle Fillmore, Malinda Cramer, and Nona L. Brooks ; with its churches and community centers mostly led by women, from the 1880s to today.
His mother Emma was half-Swedish – Gary's grandmother was born in Långbäck in Skellefteå Municipality but emigrated to Canada at 23 years of age.
She was born Helene Emma Laura Juliane Müller at, Essen, Germany, into a wealthy industrialist family.
There may be some confusion here, however, in that Guy's son, Guy de Laval V, was also married to an Emma who described herself as the daughter of Reginald de Dunstanville, Earl of Cornwall, who was an illegitimate son of Henry I as noted below.
Additionally, if the elder Emma was also an illegitimate child of Henry I, this would make Guy and his wife Emma first cousins, something that casts more doubt on the claim.
Such a tack was taken by psychologists Emma Jung and Marie-Louise von Franz, who used analytical psychology to interpret the Grail as a series of symbols in their book The Grail Legend.
Anarcho-communist Emma Goldman was influenced by both Stirner and Peter Kropotkin and blended their philosophies together in her own, as shown in books of hers such as Anarchism And Other Essays.
During the Spanish Civil War, he went to fight with the anarchists but was imprisoned and was helped on his release by Emma Goldman.

Emma and Deputy
* The Deputy ( 1 episode, 1959 ) as Emma Gant

Emma and Chief
* Bear Lake Chief ( K ' aàwidaà-“ highest trader ”, also known as Francis Yambi, or Eyambi, Eyirape, * 1852-† 1913 ), was perhaps the most well known of the Tłįchǫ trading chiefs, in 1872, he married Emma Kowea ( b. 1854 ) at Fort Norman ( Tiłiht ' a, Tiłiht ' a Kǫ, Tulita ), and together they raised nine children, member of the Sahtigot ' in ( Sahti K ' e Hot ' iį-“ Great Bear Lake People ”) regional group he rose to become a prominent trading chief for Tłįchǫ groups trading at both Old Fort Rae ( Nihshih K ' e, Ninhsin Kon ) and Fort Norman, is buried on an island on Lac Ste.
* Lucy Britford, ( aka " Inspector Lucy Bitchface ", as Emma called her ), played by Indira Varma, a Detective Chief Inspector who was outsmarted by the gang in series 6 episode 1 after an attempt to bring them to justice, reappeared in the series finale in which the gang are blackmailed into a heist.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, George Bush was reading the story along with a group of schoolchildren at Emma E. Booker Elementary School in Sarasota County, Florida, when White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card informed him that a second airplane had just hit the World Trade Center.
During his lifetime, he numbered among his friends Chief Joseph, Emma Goldman, Ansel Adams, Robinson Jeffers, Clarence Darrow, Childe Hassam, Margaret Sanger, and John Steinbeck.
At one time, a Navajo Chief came into Emma's lodge to attack her, but Emma had a streaming pot of water on the stove.
It was in Panama that Eichelberger met Emma Gudger, the daughter of Hezekiah A. Gudger, the Chief Justice of the Panama Canal Zone Supreme Court.
His marriage in 1848 to Emma Mary Mackinnon, daughter of William Alexander Mackinnon, 33rd Chief of the Scottish Clan Fingon ( Mackinnon ), produced four children, Including Agenor, 11th Duc de Gramont, from whom the incumbent 14th Duc de Gramont is descended.
is Chief Titus Anigbogu ( Ugwumba Aguata ), Chief Dr. Emma Dimike ( Osuofia Aguluezechukwu, Osuofia 1 of Aguata, Osuofia Ndi Igbo ) as well as Mr. Nestor Chukwuneme Ezeoji who hails from Umu-ochuba Clan of Agba Village in Ekwulobia, and other great movers and shakers in all walks of life.

Emma and 2009
Joan Collins with Dynasty ( TV series ) | Dynasty co-stars Stephanie Beacham and Emma Samms in London, 2009.
He married model Emma Heming in Turks and Caicos on March 21, 2009 ; guests included his three daughters, Demi Moore, and Ashton Kutcher.
That same year he played his role as Mr. Woodhouse in a television adaptation of Jane Austen's famously irrepressible Emma, a four-hour miniseries that premiered on BBC One in October 2009, co-starring Jonny Lee Miller and Romola Garai.
On 13 January 2009, it was announced that McGowan in partnership with three other Greenpeace activists, including actress Emma Thompson, had bought land near Sipson, a village under threat from the proposed third runway for Heathrow Airport.
* 2009 – Mémoire d ' un fou d ' Emma – Alain Ferry
In 2009, Mattel and Nickelodeon introduced a preteen version of Dora, with four friends named Naiya, Kate, Emma, and Alana, who call themselves the Explorer Girls.
* Dummy ( 2009 film ), a 2009 coming-of-age drama starring Emma Catherwood
In July 2009, historian Kate Williams reported on BBC Radio 4's Broadcasting House that she is working with Clarkson to develop a musical version of Williams ' biography England's Mistress: The Infamous Life of Emma Hamilton.
In December 2009, the Northfield campus was sold to David Green, CEO and founder of Hobby Lobby The school retained ownership of the Moody legacy sites: Round Top ( Dwight L. and Emma Moody's burial site ), the Birthplace, and the Homestead.
In January 2009, Cambridge City Council gave the College planning permission to demolish Grove Lodge, Emma Darwin's gatehouse, which now forms part of Murray Edwards College.
The 2009 film Creation focuses in part on the relationship between Charles and Emma.
Emma Samms ( on right ) with Dynasty ( TV series ) | Dynasty co-stars Joan Collins and Stephanie Beacham in London, 2009.
In April 2009, scenes for a BBC Drama production of Jane Austen's " Emma ", adapted by Sandy Welch and starring Romola Garai, Michael Gambon, Jonny Lee Miller, Blake Ritson, Johdi May, Christina Cole, Robert Bathurst, Louise Dylan, Dan Fredenburgh, Tamsin Greig and Rupert Evans were filmed in and around Send Parish Church.
* A character similar to Emma Frost appears in the 2009 film X-Men Origins: Wolverine, portrayed by Tahyna Tozzi.
As of 2009, David was living in Australia, Nicolette in Cape Town ( SA ), Jason in London ( UK ), Emma in London ( UK ), Grant in Cape Town ( SA ) and Elizabeth in Kent ( UK )
Neville married Emma Hadfield on 16 June 2007 and their first child, daughter Molly, was born on 11 January 2009.
The Bramley 265 has been running for two years and was edited by Emma Cunningham until December 2009.
Her first film of 2011 was The Help, a movie adaption of Kathryn Stockett's 2009 best-selling novel of the same name ; it also starred Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, and Jessica Chastain.
In July 2009, JoJo was ranked at number five in the list " Barely Legal: The 10 Hottest ’ 90s Babies " by Complex. com, after Emma Roberts and Willa Holland.
Also in 2009, Ryan filmed 4. 3. 2. 1, a crime thriller starring Emma Roberts, Noel Clarke, Tamsin Egerton and Ophelia Lovibond.
* A Dog Year ( 2009 ), Emma
* This one's got legs-interview of Eric Carle by Emma Brockes in The Guardian newspaper 14 March 2009
Interior and exterior scenes for the 2009 BBC mini-series Emma were shot at Squerryes Court with the house appearing as Emma Woodhouse's home Hartfield, while exterior scenes were shot at Chilham, Kent.

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