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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 would be fast asleep curled up against that wonderful, big, safe, solid shoulder next to her on the front seat.
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 ’ s marriage to Agrippa was her second marriage, as Julia the Elder was widowed from her first marriage, to her paternal cousin Marcus Claudius Marcellus and they had no children.
Her remaining children were raised between her, Livia Drusilla and Germanicus ’ mother Antonia Minor.
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.
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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 form was silhouetted and with the strong light I could see the outlines of her body, a body that an artist or anyone else would have admired.
Her father's attention would be on the road ahead and it wouldn't deviate an inch until he crossed the bridge at the Falls and took the River Road to LaSalle and, finally, turned in at their own driveway at 387 Heather Heights.
Her skin was stretched so tight that her cheekbones stuck out, and if looks could kill, Wally would have been dead.
Her friends and professional associates would sympathize with her, not because she had lost a beloved husband, but because she had been married to a man who thought unrealistically.
He would sometimes write songs with someone in mind, for instance, " I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face " from My Fair Lady was written with Rex Harrison in mind to complement his very limited vocal range.
Her calculations found that it would take at least two people to apply enough force to push over a cow if the cow does not react and reorient its footing.
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 silence, however, strengthened her own political security: she knew that if she named an heir, her throne would be vulnerable to a coup ; she remembered that the way " a second person, as I have been " had been used as the focus of plots against her sister, Queen Mary.
The preamble to thr 2006 Constitution repeated from the 1969 Constitution states that " Her Majesty's Government will never enter into arrangements under which the people of Gibraltar would pass under the sovereignty of another state against their freely and democratically expressed wishes.
Her frequent visits to the estate also allowed her to contrast the wealth in which the local landowner lived with the lives of the often much poorer people on the estate, and different lives lived in parallel would reappear in many of her works.
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 daughter was there to receive the Prize of Honour on behalf of her father ; she would return to take a place on the jury herself in 2011.
Her third and longest-lasting marriage ( 1936 – 1950 ) was to the British Anthropologist Gregory Bateson with whom she had a daughter, Mary Catherine Bateson, who would also become an anthropologist.
Her entry would be included in the encyclopedia until 1969, becoming readily accessible to the public, and it was for this reason that her ideas on the subject had such a significant impact.
However the cost to Britain of maintaining a military force in New Zealand was considerable prompting a dispatch on 24 November 1846 from Right Hon Earl Grey to advise Lieutenant Governor George Grey that ... the formation of a well-organised Militia and of a force of Natives in the service of Her Majesty, would appear to be the measures most likely to be successfully adopted.
Her son would return at times to see his father, who later moved to join them around 1910. Divorce followed and Julia deserted the family to live in France.
Her sister Mary's marriage to Philip brought great contempt to the country, for many of her subjects despised Spain and Philip and feared that he would try to take complete control.