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Her mother called her Paus'l, a Luxemburg endearment meaning `` pussycat ''.
Her mother was a good manager and established a millinery business in Milwaukee.
Her brother Karl was a very gentle soul, her mother was a quiet woman who said little but who had hard, probing eyes.
Her mother, now dead, was my good friend and when she came to tell us about her plans and to show off her ring I had a sobering wish to say something meaningful to her, something her mother would wish said.
Her mother wrote Kate of her grief at the death of Kate's baby and at Jonathan's decision to go with the South `` And, dear Kate '', she wrote, `` poor Dr. Breckenridge's son Robert is now organizing a militia company to go South, to his good father's sorrow.
Her mother had done it before her, and even her old grandmother, who had collected money for smallpox and unwed mothers.
Her mother also was a person of superior mind and broad interests.
Her eyes became bright as she talked about her father and mother, aunts and uncles, cousins.
Her mother and father, for instance.
Her mother would be fast asleep curled up against that wonderful, big, safe, solid shoulder next to her on the front seat.
Her mother was already considerably concerned over her daughter's future.
Her mother is the former Miss Stella Hayward.
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.
Her mother was a Greer and her father's family came from the Orkney Isles.
Her mother was Agnes of Rochlitz.
Her mother and her siblings had travelled with Agrippa.
Her remaining children were raised between her, Livia Drusilla and Germanicus mother Antonia Minor.
Her mother was Anaxo, daughter of Alcaeus and Astydamia, daughter of Pelops and Hippodameia.
Her mother Cassiopeia boasted that her daughter was more beautiful than the Nereids, the nymph-daughters of the sea god Nereus and often seen accompanying Poseidon.
Her mother, Nadezhda Kalmykova, was the daughter of a former serf who had bought his freedom before serfdom was abolished in 1861, allowing him to become a wealthy Moscow merchant .< ref >
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 mother was born Countess Maria-Luisa Yvonne Radha de Wendt de Kerlor, better known as Gogo Schiaparelli, a socialite of Italian, Swiss, French, and Egyptian ancestry.
His mother, Paula ( born Paula Voit ), had German as a mother tongue, but was ethnically of " mixed Hungarian " origin: Her maiden name Voit is German, probably of Saxon origin from Upper Hungary ( Since 1920 in Czechoslovakia, since 1993 in Slovakia ), though she spoke Hungarian fluently.

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Her second husband, Pere Milà, was a developer who was criticized for his flamboyant lifestyle and ridiculed by the contemporary residents of Barcelona, when they joked about his love of money and opulence, wondering if he was not rather more interested in " the widow s guardiola " ( piggy bank ), than in " Guardiola s widow ".
Her father s marriage to Julia was his third marriage.
Her father was Mírzá Muḥammad ` Alí Nahrí of Isfahan an eminent Bahá í of the city and prominent aristocrat.
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 nickname appears as a store name in the story " Christmas in Duckburg ", featured on page 1 of Walt Disney s Christmas Parade # 9, published in 1958.
* The standard biography about Christine de Pizan is Charity Cannon Willard s Christine de Pisan: Her Life and Works ( 1984 ).
* For a more detailed account of Christine de Pizan s rhetorical strategies refer to Jenny R. Redfern s excerpt Christine de Pisan and The Treasure of the City of Ladies: A Medieval Rhetorician and Her Rhetoric ( in Reclaiming Rhetorica, ed.
Her first screen appearance was at the age of 10, when she appeared briefly in Frank Capra s It Happened One Night.
Her sister Millicent recalled Elizabeth s weekly lectures, “ Talks on Things in General ”, when her younger siblings would gather her while she discussed politics and current affairs from Garibaldi to Macauley s History of England.
Her publications emphasized that women and men are different, but this shouldn t stop them from equality under the law.
Almost all the women who attended this service walked out with her, as well as a few men .” Her works include: The Church and the Second Sex ( 1968 ), Beyond God the Father ( 1973 ), Gyn / ecology: The Metaethics of Radical Feminism ( 1978 ), Pure Lust: Elemental Feminist Philosophy ( 1984 ), Webster s First Intergalactic Wickedary of the English Language ( 1987 ), and Outercourse: The Be-Dazzling Voyage ( 1992 ).
Her first exposure to French artists Ingres, Delacroix, Corot, and Courbet was likely at the Paris World s Fair of 1855.
Her name was on all the Society s publications, and her address was the permanent mailing address of the NCS for more than 30 years.
Her birth was an event as all of the neighbors gathered around Juanita's bedroom window, waiting for the raising of a curtain to signal the baby s arrival.
Her work included the marketing research for Johnson & Johnson in 1926 and her efforts to improve women s spending decisions during the first years of the Great Depression.
Her half-brother the artist and writer Quentin Bell eventually became the club s secretary, and later wrote his aunt s biography.
** On Her Majesty s Secret Service ( 1969 )
Her son Vaballathus ( Latin from Aramaic, Wahballat " Gift of the Goddess ") inherited the name of Odaenathus paternal grandfather.

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