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Her later successes included Daniel ( 1920 ), La Gloire ( 1921 ), and Régine Armand ( 1922 ).
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( Her account was later confirmed by the Scobee-Frazier Expedition from the University of Manitoba in 1951.
Her first appearance was in a short story published in The Sketch magazine in 1926, " The Tuesday Night Club ", which later became the first chapter of The Thirteen Problems ( 1932 ).
Her name was clearly spelled Boudicca in the best manuscripts of Tacitus, but also Βουδουικα, Βουνδουικα, and Βοδουικα in the ( later and probably secondary ) epitome of Cassius Dio.
Her later work was more introspective in its lyrics as opposed to aggressive ; Hole's Celebrity Skin and Love's solo album, America's Sweetheart, focused more on celebrity life, Hollywood, and drug addiction, while also carrying on past themes of vanity and body image, and Nobody's Daughter was lyrically reflective of Love's past relationships and her struggle to sobriety, with the majority of its lyrics having been written while Love was in rehab in 2006.
Her pregnant condition was discovered some months later while bathing with Diana and her fellow nymphs.
In 2000, she appeared in Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her and Bash: Latter-Day Plays, later accompanying Eve Ensler to Kenya in order to protest violence against women, particularly female genital mutilation.
Her early and later allegorical and didactic treatises reflect both autobiographical information about her life and views and also her own individualized and humanist approach to the scholastic learned tradition of mythology, legend, and history she inherited from clerical scholars and to the genres and courtly or scholastic subjects of contemporary French and Italian poets she admired.
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 parents were at first overhelmingly grateful ; but later, they insisted that Mesmer cease treating her.
Her last novel was Daniel Deronda, published in 1876, whereafter she and Lewes moved to Witley, Surrey ; but by this time Lewes's health was failing and he died two years later on 30 November 1878.
Her husband, President Juan Peron, had delegated responsibility due to weak health and died two days later.
Her first two albums were recorded with and fully credited to Big Brother and the Holding Company and the later two being solo albums.
Her brother, Marx's uncle Benjamin Philips ( 1830-1900 ), was a wealthy banker and industrialist, upon whom Karl and Jenny Marx would later often come to rely for loans while they were exiled in London.
Her 1951 marriage to Charles Dye ended in divorce a year later, but during that time, one of her stories was published under Dye's name.
Her later film assignments included Father Goose ( 1964 ), with Cary Grant ; Ken Russell's Valentino ( 1977 ), in the role of silent-screen legend Alla Nazimova ; and Louis Malle's Damage ( 1992 ).
Her father was a home builder and later successful real estate developer while her mother worked as the bookkeeper for her father's business.
Her appeal was summed up two years later by the February 1916 issue of Photoplay as " luminous tenderness in a steel band of gutter ferocity ".
Her father is Bernard Lewinsky, an oncologist, who is the son of German Jews who escaped Nazi Germany and emigrated to El Salvador and later the United States.
( Her father later married his wife, Barbara ; her mother later married R. Peter Straus, a media executive.
Her and successes
Her successes in Manhattan Melodrama and The Thin Man marked a turning point in her career and she was cast in more important pictures.
Her use of foreign settings and androgynous themes made The Rose of Versailles and Orpheus no Mado " enormous successes ".
Her film successes slowed a little during the 1950s and she also began appearing in television and on the stage.
But several songwriting successes followed for artists like Billy Walker (" She Goes Walking Through My Mind ," " Traces of a Woman ," " It's Time to Love Her "), Cal Smith (" You Can't Housebreak a Tomcat ", " It Takes Me All Night Long "), and Nat Stuckey (" Sweet Thang And Cisco ").
Her melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham ... became India's highest-grossing film in the overseas market in 2001, and is one of her greatest commercial successes to date.
Her film career has included both commercial and critical successes, ranging from teen romantic comedies such as 10 Things I Hate About You ( 1999 ) to dark art house pictures such as The Business of Strangers ( 2001 ).
Her performances in her second MGM film, Our Dancing Daughters ( 1928 ) opposite Joan Crawford ( with whom she appeared in three films ), and The Broadway Melody ( 1929 ) opposite Bessie Love were her greatest successes of the period, and her popularity allowed her to make a smooth transition into talking pictures.
Her husband Gennady, who could not deal with all Artamonova's successes, had by this time become an alcoholic and seen his own speed skating career vanish.
The next album Untitled, of 1992, featured the minor successes " Johnny Have You Seen Her " and " Chase the Clouds Away ".
Her films included the box office successes The Cock-Eyed World ( 1929 ), the semi-silent The Bridge of San Luis Rey ( 1929 ), and This Is the Night ( 1932 ).
Her other successes included The Rains Came ( 1939 ), Waterloo Bridge ( 1940 ), Beyond Tomorrow ( 1940 ), Dance, Girl, Dance ( 1940 ), The Mortal Storm ( 1940 ), and Kings Row ( 1942 ).
He later emigrated to America where he wrote Leave Her to Heaven ( February 1940 ), a drama set in London and Westcliff-on-Sea in Essex, which was shortly followed by major successes with Old Acquaintance ( NY December 1940-May 1941 ) and The Voice of the Turtle ( 1943 ), which ran for three seasons in New York and was filmed with Ronald Reagan.
" Her other successes included The Canterville Ghost ( 1944 ), Our Vines Have Tender Grapes ( 1945 ), and the first sound version of The Secret Garden ( 1949 ), but she was unable to make the transition to adult roles.
Films of this type became more common in early 2000s, as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Amélie, Brotherhood of the Wolf, Y Tu Mama Tambien and Talk to Her enjoyed great successes in USA cinemas and home video sales.
Her final role in Now and Forever was taken by Carole Lombard, and provided Lombard with one of her earliest significant successes.
Her 1923 book The End of the House of Alard became a best-seller, and gave her prominence ; it was followed by other successes and her books enjoyed worldwide sales.
Her first successes came in collaboration with Myra Taylor ( died 22 March 2012 ), whom she had met at a writers ' workshop in Liverpool, before she embarked on a solo career.
Her many successes include A Successful Calamity ( 1917 ), A Little Journey ( 1918 ), Spring Cleaning ( 1923 ), The Distaff Side ( 1934 ), The Importance of Being Earnest ( which she also directed, 1939 ), When We Are Married ( 1939 ), Ladies in Retirement ( 1940 ), The Pirate ( 1942 ), Ten Little Indians ( 1944 ), Lady Windermere's Fan ( 1947 ), and The Madwoman of Chaillot ( 1948 ).
Follow-up successes included " Have You Seen Her " ( a cover of the Chi-Lites ) and " Pray " ( a beat sampled from Prince's " When Doves Cry " and Faith No More's " We Care a Lot "), which was his biggest hit in the US, peaking at # 2.