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Her name may have to do with the fact that Hylas was the son of Theiodamas, the king of the Dryopes.
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Her name was Sabella, and the strip of seaweed around her neck was an emerald necklace the King gave her as a token of his undying love.
Her name is the Latinized form of the Greek ( Androméda ) or ( Andromédē ): " ruler of men ", from ( anēr, andrós ) " man ", and medon, " ruler ".
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.
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.
In November 2011 there was an Australian tour by various artists involved with the " She Will Her Way " and " He Will Have His Way " projects, under the name " They Will Have Their Way.
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.
Her first name, Drew, was the maiden name of her paternal great-grandmother, Georgie Drew Barrymore ; her middle name, Blyth, was the original surname of the dynasty founded by her great-grandfather, Maurice Barrymore.
Her character as mother-goddess is identified in the second element of her name meter () derived from Proto-Indo-European * méh₂tēr ( mother ).
Speaking of his wife, Desdemona, Othello the Moor says, " Her name that was as fresh / As Dian's visage, is now begrim'd and black / As mine own face.
and those followers who " chant the name of the Lord " are cleared as outlined thus: " Her account is cleared by the Righteous Judge of Dharma, when she chants the Name of the Lord, Har, Har.
Her name was Patrice Amati del Grande, and she became his companion after he separated from his wife.
Her name is an anagram of Grundy ( from Mrs. Grundy, a character in Thomas Morton's play Speed the Plough ).
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Her acquaintance with him parallels her writing a number of poems, which may suggest she fell in love with him.
Her death certificate gives the cause of death as phthisis ( tuberculosis ), but many biographers suggest she may have died from dehydration and malnourishment, caused by excessive vomiting from severe morning sickness or hyperemesis gravidarum.
Her lasting influence may have caused certain monasteries and churches in Saxony to be dedicated to this saint.
Her birthplace may have been Poitiers, Bordeaux, or Nieul-sur-l ' Autise, where her mother died when Eleanor was 6 or 8.
Her almost 60-year career crossed most media frontiers with both supporting and leading roles, but she may be best-remembered for playing the sardonic but engaging title character, a high school teacher, on Our Miss Brooks, and as the Rydell High School principal in the films Grease and Grease 2.
Her birth name ( maiden name ) may be reflected in her children's middle names ; her own middle name ; or dropped entirely.
In parliamentary systems the head of state may be merely the nominal chief executive officer of the state, possessing executive power ( hence the description of the monarch's governments in the UK Commonwealth realms as His / Her Majesty's Government ; a term indicating that all power belongs to the sovereign and the government acts on Her Majesty's behalf, not parliament's ).
* Trilogie van de Laatste Dag ( 1996 – 97 ) ( each of its three sections may be performed separately: ( i ) The Last Day ( texts by Lucebert, folksong A Woman and Her Lass ) for boy soprano, 4 male voices, orchestra ; ( ii ) TAO ( texts by Laozi, Kotaro Takamura ) for 4 female voices, piano voice, koto, small orchestra winds, 2 horns, harp, piano (+ celesta ), 2 percussion, minimum 14 strings ; ( iii ) Dancing on the Bones ( text by the composer ) for children's chorus, orchestra, 1997 )
In practice this means that the Sovereign reviews state papers and meets regularly with the Prime Minister, usually weekly, when she may advise and warn him regarding the proposed decisions and actions of Her Government.
) The style used is normally His Excellency / Her Excellency (); sometimes people may orally address the President as ' Your Excellency ' ( ), or simply ' President ' ( ).
Her mother was also named Marie-Madeline, and this plethora of " Maries " may have been the reason she went by Sophie.
Also in 1979, in the first revised edition of " Real Magic ", Bonewits defined " thealogy " in his Glossary as " Intellectual speculations concerning the nature of the Goddess and Her relations to the world in general and humans in particular ; rational explanations of religious doctrines, practices and beliefs, which may or may not bear any connection to any religion as actually conceived and practiced by the majority of its members.
The head of Her Majesty's Government ; the Prime Minister, also has weekly meetings with the sovereign, where she may express her feelings, warn, or advise the Prime Minister in the Governments work.
Catherine Clinton suggests that anger over the 1857 Dred Scott decision may have prompted Tubman to return to the U. S. Her land in Auburn became a haven for Tubman's family and friends.
Her cults may represent the religiously legitimate charm and seduction of the divine by mortals, in contrast to the formal, contractual relations between most members of Rome's official pantheon and the state, and the unofficial, illicit manipulation of divine forces through magic.
Her visit to Tuvalu was cut short after an illness, which may have been viral pneumonia, and she was flown to Australia to recuperate.
Her argument was that the actual exploitation is an ethical failing, a human exploitation ; a perception of the poor as organ sources which may be used to extend the lives of the wealthy.
Her policies, therefore, may be seen as desperate measures to keep the Valois monarchy on the throne at all costs, and her patronage of the arts as an attempt to glorify a monarchy whose prestige was in steep decline.
Her physical condition may have limited her mobility on the stage, but the charm of her voice, which had altered little with age, ensured her triumphs.