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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 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 second and last novel, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, which is considered to be one of the first sustained feminist novels, appeared in 1848.
Her second stay was not happy ; she was lonely, homesick and deeply attached to Constantin Heger.
Following the success of the album She Will Have Her Way in 2005, a second album of cover versions of Finn Brothers songs, He Will Have His Way, was released on 12 November 2010.
Her character as mother-goddess is identified in the second element of her name meter () derived from Proto-Indo-European * méh₂tēr ( mother ).
Her popularity as a radio performer and vocalist, which included a second hit record " My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time ", led directly to a career in films.
Her mother was Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn.
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.
Her second memoir, Nothing Was the Same, examines her relationship with her second husband, the psychiatrist Richard Jed Wyatt, who was Chief of the Neuropsychiatry Branch
Her second collection, The Trouble with You Earth People ( Donning / Starblaze, 1980 ) contains " The Trouble with You Earth People ", " The Gambling Hell and the Sinful Girl ", " Syndrome Johnny ", " Trouble with Treaties " ( with Tom Condit ), " The Origin of the Species ", " Collision Orbit ", " The Fittest ", " These Truths ", " Contagion ", " Brain Wipe " and her Nebula Award-winning " The Missing Man ".
Her second husband was British theatre director Peter Hall.
Her second husband was New Zealander Reo Fortune, a Cambridge graduate ( 1928 – 1935 ).
Her mother died in 1671, and her father remarried in 1673, taking as his second wife Mary of Modena, a Catholic who was only four years older than Mary.
Her first child died early and the second was Atje ( c. 1834 – c. 1876 ), Laurence's sister, for whom he had great affection.
Her second book " Das Urteil " (" The Verdict ") from 1975 was a moderate success.
Her father was Prince Albert, Duke of York ( later George VI ), the second son of King George V and Queen Mary.
Her behaviour at Sir Pitt's house gains his favour, and after the premature death of his second wife, he proposes marriage to her.
Her second husband, journalist Jay McMullen, died of lung cancer in 1992.
Her second marriage was to Ryan O ' Neal's son, Patrick O ' Neal, from 1995 to 2002 ; the union produced two daughters: Sophia ( born 1997 ) and Veronica ( b. 2001 ).
Elizabeth created a world in which aesthetics reigned supreme, producing a Court in which an understood competition existed amongst courtiers to see who could look best, second only to Her Majesty.
Her screen persona as " a cold, remote erotic object which dreams are made on " reached a peak, according to the critic Philip French, in her second Buñuel film Tristana ( 1970 ).
Her work on the series earned her a second Golden Globe Award.

Her and final
Her extendibles were diverted, connected or augmented and the final, delicate-beyond-description brain taps were completed while Helva remained anesthetically unaware of the proceedings.
Her final work was a poem eulogizing Joan of Arc, the peasant girl who took a very public role in organizing French military resistance to English domination in the early 15th century.
Her final feature, the comedy film With Six You Get Eggroll, was released in 1968.
Her final public appearance was at an after-party at the Sardi's restaurant in New York City, following the premiere of the documentary film Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There.
* " Her stories and novels are humanistic, while her deep concern for male-female ( even human-alien ) harmony ran counter to the developing segregate-the-sexes drive amongst feminist writers ; What her work brought to the genre was a blend of lyricism and inventiveness, as if some lyric poet had rewritten a number of clever SF standards and then passed them on to a psychoanalyst for final polish.
Her final appearance aired Monday, May 5, 2008 (" Rock and a Hard Place ").
* In the final episode of the BBC time travel / cop show Ashes to Ashes ( Series 3, Episode 8 ), it is revealed that the world that Alex Drake awoke to after being shot, which Sam Tyler described and that other major characters inhabit, is a kind of Limbo, one seemingly specifically for members of the police force, who had died in violent or sudden ways, with Gene Hunt taking on a role similar to that of a Psychopomp or Charon of Greek mythology, helping " the troubled souls of Her Majesty's Constabulary " accept their deaths and move on to Heaven.
" Her final 2005 film was Don't Move playing Italia.
Her final screen appearance was in the 1991 film The Shepherd and the Women, directed by her ex-husband Ali Badrakhan.
Her final screen appearance was in 1991, with the movie Al Ra ' i We El Nissa.
Her health gradually deteriorated in the final two decades of her life ; a heavy smoker all her adult life, she had a lung operation in 1985, a bout of pneumonia in 1993, and at least three strokes between 1998 and 2001.
Her sixth and final pregnancy ended in tragedy when her infant son died after only a day of life.
" Her final commercial campaign was for American Express, in which she was photographed by Annie Leibovitz.
Her final words to the German Lutheran prison chaplain, Paul Le Seur, were recorded as, " Ask Father Gahan to tell my loved ones later on that my soul, as I believe, is safe, and that I am glad to die for my country.
Her first performing experience on film was at age three where she appeared in the final scene of the 1949 musical In the Good Old Summertime.
Her final stage performance came in 1966 when she played Mrs Malaprop in The Rivals at the Haymarket Theatre, alongside Sir Ralph Richardson.
Although Caine also took better roles, including a BAFTA-winning turn in Educating Rita ( 1983 ), and an Oscar-winning one in Hannah and Her Sisters ( 1986 ) and a Golden Globe-nominated one in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels ( 1988 ), he continued to appear in notorious duds like the thinly veiled skin flick Blame It on Rio, the Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais comedy Water and the critical-commercial flop Jaws: The Revenge ( 1987 ) ( in which he had mixed feelings about the production and the final cut ) and Bullseye!
Her final years were marred by a long period of ill health, but she continued acting until shortly before her death from breast cancer, with more than 100 films, television and theater roles to her credit.
Her fifth and final husband was director and producer William Marshall.
Her alleged pre-contract of marriage with King Edward IV of England was of great significance to the final fate of the Plantagenet dynasty and outcome of the Wars of the Roses.
Her final gig with the Airplane took place at the Fillmore on October 15, 1966.
A portion of the final production sequence is used near the end of the Woody Allen film Hannah and Her Sisters to give Allen's character a motivation to carry on with life.
Her husband was present for her final confession.
Her final appearance on Broadway was as Miss Tina in the 1962 production of Michael Redgrave's adaptation of The Aspern Papers, from the Henry James novella.

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