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Her and father
Her eyes became bright as she talked about her father and mother, aunts and uncles, cousins.
Her mother and father, for instance.
Her father was the chieftain of the barony of Murrisk.
Her father wrote of it, " I see nothing in the way of a good appreciation of Louisa's merits as a woman and a writer.
Her father ’ s marriage to Julia was his third marriage.
Her father was a man of consular rank ; her grandfather's name was Catulus.
Her father had no private income and the parsonage would revert to the church on his death.
Her first marriage, at the age of fifteen, was to the son of her father's rival in Italy, Lothair II, the nominal King of Italy ; the union was part of a political settlement designed to conclude a peace between her father and Hugh of Provence, the father of Lothair.
Her father, Joaquín Nin, was a Cuban pianist and composer, when he met her mother Rosa Culmell, who was a classically trained singer in Cuba of French and Danish descent.
Her father was Mírzá Muḥammad ` Alí Nahrí of Isfahan an eminent Bahá ’ í of the city and prominent aristocrat.
Her father had an engineering degree and worked with his own father ( Charles Bardot ) in the family business.
Her father was " the sort of rebel destined to transform colonial America "; as clerk of the court, he was jailed for disobeying the local magistrate in defense of middle-class shopkeepers and artisans in conflict with wealthy landowners.
Her father, Robert Lawrence Berenson, was an American career diplomat turned shipping executive ; he was of Lithuanian Jewish descent, and his family's original surname was Valvrojenski.
Her Journal reveals her growing sophistication as a critic as well as the influence of her father ’ s friend the artist Sir John Everett Millais who recognised Beatrix ’ s talent of observation.
Her father, unable to bear the grief of his loss, and feeling adrift in a foreign country, returned to his native France for 16 years, with only one visit back to Philadelphia.
" Her father did have a natural aptitude for drawing and the sisters were charmed by his whimsical sketches of animals.
Her father then sets out with Laura in a carriage for the ruined village of Karnstein.
Her grandparents were in a band that played throughout Ireland, her father was the leader of the Slieve Foy Band before opening Leo's Tavern, and her mother played in a dance band and later taught music at Pobalscoil Ghaoth Dobhair.
Her father was Emperor Shōmu, and her mother was Empress Kōmyō.
Her father is actor Richard Davalos.
Her father told her she had done well in reaching out to Douglass.
Her father played the ukulele and guitar and sang professionally in nightclubs with a group called Step ' n ' Fetchit.

Her and James
Her young British lawyer, James Dunlop, pleaded that she was sorely needed at her Portland home by her widowed mother, 80, her maiden aunt, also 80 and bedridden for 20 years, and her uncle, 76, who once ran a candy shop.
James Hadley Chase wrote a few novels with private eyes as the main hero, including Blonde's Requiem ( 1945 ), Lay Her Among the Lilies ( 1950 ), and Figure It Out for Yourself ( 1950 ).
Her many memorable screen roles include a supporting role as Joan Crawford's wise-cracking friend in Mildred Pierce ( 1945 ) for which she received an Academy Award nomination as Best Supporting Actress, and James Stewart's wistful secretary in Otto Preminger's then-explicit murder mystery, Anatomy of a Murder ( 1959 ).
Her closest male Protestant relative was the King of Scots, James VI, of the House of Stuart, who became King James I of England in a Union of the Crowns.
* Peter Campbell Scarlett, A Memoir Of The Right Honorable James, First Lord Abinger, Chief Baron Of Her Majesty's Court Of Exchequer, 1877
Her other roles include parts in Barry Levinson's Toys and James L. Brooks ' As Good as It Gets.
Her prized possession was a bound volume of the Dissenters ' Theological Magazine and Review, in which the family's pastor, the Reverend James Wheaton, had published two essays, one insisting that God had created the world in six days, the other urging dissenters to study the new science of geology.
* James Bond film series, from You Only Live Twice ( 1967 ) to Die Another Day ( 2002 ), with the exception of On Her Majesty's Secret Service ( 1969 ) and For Your Eyes Only ( 1981 ).
Her son, James Crofts ( afterwards Duke of Monmouth and Duke of Buccleuch ), was one of Charles's many acknowledged illegitimate children who became prominent in British political life and society.
Her influence over James visibly waned as he became openly dependent on powerful favourites.
Her second son succeeded James as King Charles I.
Her London debut as " Lola Montez, the Spanish dancer " in June 1843 was successful, but she had been recognized as Mrs. James and a scandal arose over the imposture.
* Bee Wilson: Boudoir Politics Review of Lola Montez: Her Life and Conquests by James Morton · Portrait ,( 2007 ) in London Review of Books Vol.
Her only son was named James Patrick O ' Leary.
James Melville of Halhill reported that ‘ Her Majesty took well with him, and said that he was the lustiest and best proportioned long man that she had seen.
There continued to be an appeal for Australian actors in Hollywood as " action-men ", with the casting of Australian George Lazenby to replace Sean Connery portraying the superspy James Bond in the 1969 film On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
Her first night in Scotland was spent at Fast Castle ; the next at the nunnery at Haddington ; on the third night, at ' Acquik ' or ' Dacquik ' Castle, ( Dalkeith Palace ), James came to kiss her goodnight.
Her great-grandson, James VI of Scotland, became James I of England, thus uniting the crowns of the two countries and conferring on Margaret something of a posthumous triumph.
Her film appearances were infrequent until she was cast as M in GoldenEye ( 1995 ), a role she has played in each James Bond film since.
* The Cruise of Her Majesty's ship " Challenger " ( 1877 ), William James Joseph Spry, Harper & Brothers.
Her final appearance on Broadway was as Miss Tina in the 1962 production of Michael Redgrave's adaptation of The Aspern Papers, from the Henry James novella.
Her parents were Major James Rutherford Lumley, who served in the 6th Gurkha Rifles, a regiment of the British Indian Army, and Beatrice Rose Weir.

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