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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.
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* Aunt Pittypat Hamilton: Her real name is Sarah Jane Hamilton, but she acquired the nickname " Pittypat " in childhood because of the way she walked on her tiny feet.
Her nickname, Murasaki, was most probably given at a court dinner in an incident she recorded in her diary: in c. 1008 the well-known court poet Fujiwara no Kintō inquired after the " Young Murasaki "— an allusion to the character named Murasaki in Genji — which would have been considered a compliment from a male court poet to a female author.
Her smallest tattoo was on her left ear and consisted of an arrow pointing to her left over the symbol of an eye, a reference to her nickname.
Her nickname for Dudley was " Eyes ", which was symbolised by the sign of ôô in their letters to each other.
Her sisters gave her the nickname " The Governess " and sent her as their group representative when they wanted their parents to grant a favor.
Her nickname was " la tragédienne de la chanson ", and amongst her big hits were " Les goélands ", " Johnny Palmer ", " C ' est mon gigolo " and " Tu ne sais pas aimer "-- the latter song became a theme for French sufferers of AIDS.
* Fredda Gibson takes her professional name, " Georgia Gibbs ", and began appearing on the popular Camel Caravan radio program, hosted by Jimmy Durante and Gary Moore ( It was Moore who bestowed the famous nickname " Her Nibs, Miss Georgia Gibbs " upon her.
Her next hit, " Dynamite ", coming out of a 4 ft 9 inch frame, led to her lifelong nickname, Little Miss Dynamite.
Her birth name is Lillian, but during her high school years she acquired the nickname Gish, named for actress Lillian Gish.
Her name '" Camille " is actually a nickname given to her by first husband Gordon Souter in reference to the consumptive heroine of Alexandre Dumas ' La Dame aux Camélias.
Her mother Máire ( better known by her nickname, Baba )( née Ní Dhúgáin or Duggan in English ) was a music teacher and her father Leo Brennan was a member of a cabaret band with whom she performed as a child.
Her nickname, Tipper, derives from the lullaby " Tippy, Tippy, Tin ", originally sung in the 1940 Our Gang short " All About Hash " by child actress Janet Burston.
Her use of turbans has made her so distinguishable to the point of having earned the nickname " the lady with the turban " in Colombian popular culture.
Her father ran a small general store in the small town of Lafayette, Minnesota and gave her the nickname " Tippi.
Her tireless efforts earned her several variations of the nickname " Grande Dame of the Everglades " as well as the hostility of agricultural and business interests looking to benefit from land development in Florida.
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Her nephew, the " well-known author " Raymond West appears in Vicarage, his wife Joan ( initially Joyce ), a modern artist, in The Thirteen Problems.
' Her face, with its glamour-gorgon makeup, softens, as Madame Armfeldt seems to melt into memory itself, and the wan stage light briefly appears to borrow radiance from her.
Her image appears in a number of oils, though he painted her portrait only three times, the most notable appearing in My studio ( 1867 ).
Ono wrote a song about her daughter, " Don't Worry Kyoko ( Mummy's Only Looking For Her Hand In The Snow )," which appears on Lennon and Ono's album Live Peace In Toronto 1969 and her album Fly.
Her name appears in contemporary documents as Grany O ' Maly, Graney O ' Mally or Grany Imallye, Granny Nye Male, Grany O ' Mayle, Granie ny Maille, Granny ni Maille, Grany O ' Mally, Grayn Ny Mayle, Grane ne Male, Grainy O ' Maly, and Granee O ' Maillie.
Her desire to moderate the religious persecutions of previous Tudor reigns — the persecution of Catholics under Edward VI, and of Protestants under Mary I — appears to have had a moderating effect on English society.
Her Fairy Godmother magically appears and immediately begins to transform Cinderella from house servant to the young lady she was by birth, all in the effort to get Cinderella to the ball.
Her crown appears in Pikmin 2 as an item to be collected, although it is labeled " Unspeakable Wonder ".
" Her texts usually take place in the South and revolve around morally flawed characters, while the issue of race often appears in the background.
Blofeld appears or is heard in three novels: Thunderball, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and You Only Live Twice ; and six James Bond films from Eon Productions: From Russia with Love ( 1963 ), Thunderball ( 1965 ), You Only Live Twice ( 1967 ), On Her Majesty's Secret Service ( 1969 ), Diamonds Are Forever ( 1971 ) and For Your Eyes Only ( 1981 ) ( the pre-title sequence of which marks his final appearance and apparent death ).
Her lower torso semi-obscured by sheets, Danae appears more demure and gleeful than Titian's 1545 version of the same topic, where the rain is more accurately numismatic.
He briefly appears in a 2002 issue of Alan Moore's comic book series Promethea entitled " The Wine Of Her Fornications " where he is one of the adepts in the " city of pyramids " in Moore's version of the Binah sphere of the Tree of Life and is watched over by John Dee.
Her mark, di Ego Godiva Comitissa diu istud desideravi The Countess Godiva, have desired this for a long time, appears on a charter purportedly given by Thorold of Bucknall to the Benedictine monastery of Spalding.
Her last great passion, when she was in her 50s, appears to have been for the actor Yul Brynner, but her love life continued well into her 70s.
Her dotty father lives with Daisy, and appears to be Hyacinth's sole reason for visiting such a declasse neighbourhood.
Section 218 of the Local Government Act 1972 that established the new system stated: " Her Majesty shall appoint a lord-lieutenant for each county in England and Wales and for Greater London ..." The Act appears to be the first statutory use of the term " lord-lieutenant " for lieutenants to counties.