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Juanita and about
Would you permit Juanita to walk about the grounds with me for a short spell, Mrs. Lattimer ''??
It was reported that Sánchez's aunt, Juanita Sánchez, wept about the crowd ’ s behavior.
" The Wedding " was banned due to scenes depicting violence at a church ( Juanita's second husband punches her in the face after the two argue about Juanita taking her medication and Juanita ends up shooting her second husband after Titus, Ken, Dave, and the priest presiding over the wedding tie up the man and yell at him for abusing his wife ).
The women that Ken is shown dating ( or even married to ) in these flashbacks are frequently not given a name, and their faces are rarely shown ( especially in the flashbacks of Titus's mom, Juanita violent, manic-depressive schizophrenic, on episodes where Juanita is not the focal point of the plot, but Titus does mention something about his childhood involving his insane mother, such as the flashback on the season three episode " Grad School " where it showed Titus being forced to live with his mother is wearing an Army jacket, white go-go boots, and no pants or underwear after a social worker accuses Ken of being an unfit father ).
The book details the stories of Hollywood stars from the silent film era to stars of the 1960s including stories about Lupe Vélez, Rudolph Valentino, Olive Thomas, Thelma Todd, Frances Farmer, Juanita Hansen, Mae Murray, Alma Rubens, Barbara La Marr, and Marilyn Monroe.
Fidel Castro's sister Juanita Castro filed a lawsuit in Spain against her niece Alina Fernández for libel over some passages in her autobiography that were about Juanita and Fidel's parents Ángel Castro and Lina Ruz.
In 1999, Rabinowitz wrote an editorial in the Wall Street Journal about Juanita Broaddrick, an Arkansas woman who alleged that then President Bill Clinton had raped her.
Juanita returned to Sydney in 1965 and returned to work at Mark Foys for about 5 years.

Juanita and place
His daughter Juanita took his place behind the drums.

Juanita and wearing
She made her court appearance in the bathrobe she was wearing when apprehended at her home .” Juanita was released the same day, and the government never did collect the money they claimed she owed them.

Juanita and look
As Kate came swiftly down the stairs to the hall she saw Colonel Marsh framed in the doorway, his face set in the same vulnerable look Juanita wore.

Juanita and which
Also in 1998, Juanita Broaddrick alleged Clinton had raped her though she did not remember the exact date, which may have been 1978.
According to Juanita Fernandez, a resident of Buttonwillow, the meeting which discussed the proposed acts was located in the town ’ s local school.
Cherokee was the name of Garner's company, which he ran with partners Meta Rosenberg and Juanita Bartlett, who doubled as story editor during most of Rockfords run.
According to the label, Chappelle and Stinnette Records were manufactured " by C .& S. Phonograph Record Co .", which in turn was run by the husband and wife team of Thomas E. Chappelle and Juanita Stinnette Chappelle, noted African American entertainers of the time.
The arches often have female names on them such as “ María ” or “ Juanita ,” which may refer to someone special or simply be the name of the boat.
Juanita Millender-McDonald ( September 7, 1938 – April 22, 2007 ) was an American politician who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1996 until her death in 2007, representing California's 37th congressional district, which includes most of South Central Los Angeles and the city of Long Beach, California.
It is not in the 1956 Comprehensive Plan of Seattle, in which the preferred second bridge crossing of Lake Washington connects Sand Point and Juanita ( now part of Kirkland ).
They began with Shower and The Life of Juanita Castro, which were originally film scenarios intended for Warhol's Factory.
Mita congregation actually waited 3 days for Juanita García Perazas resurrection after her death, which never happened.
District of Columbia Public Library operates the Juanita E. Thornton / Shepherd Park Neighborhood Library, which opened in 1990.
The movie was based on a book written by nurse Juanita Hipps a World War II nurse – one of the " Angels of Bataan " – who served in Bataan and Corregidor during the time when McArthur withdrew to Australia which ultimately led to the surrender of US and Philippine troops to Japan.
The network featured a variety of different programming, including a popular soap opera The Story of Ruby Valentine, which was based on CBS's We Love and Learn and As the Twig is Bent, and starred Juanita Hall, Ruby Dee and Terry Carter.
Juanita Smith and her husband are the central characters in the historic novel The Spanish Bride by Georgette Heyer, which spans the period from just before their meeting after the Battle of Badajoz through the aftermath of the Battle of Waterloo in the latter part of the Napoleonic Wars.
The groups settled in the Wavelberg area, north of Moises Ville, which had been named for the philanthropist who helped finance the travel ; in the Virginia area to the east, and in La Juanita to the west.
Coulson and his wife, writer and filker Juanita Coulson, edited the mimeographed fanzine Yandro, which was nominated for the Hugo Award 10 years in a row, from 1959 through 1968, and won in 1965.
Activists, led by activist, resident, and journalist Juanita Nielsen, then convinced another union, the Water Board Employees Union, to impose a ban which was continued for some time.
Jenny Island or Isla Juanita is a rocky island long which rises to, lying east of Cape Alexandra, the southeastern extremity of Adelaide Island, in northern Marguerite Bay.

Juanita and Kate
When Juanita awoke, Kate was still rocking the dead child, still crooning in disbelief, `` No, no, oh, no!!
Juanita and Mrs. Tussle kept Kate in bed a week until her milk dried.
She had even steeled herself to keep Juanita upstairs in the nurse's room off the empty nursery, although the girl tried to insist on moving back to the quarters to spare Kate remembrance of the baby's death.
Kate tried to contain her curiosity and foreboding at what the letter portended, at what involvement existed for Juanita.
He helped Kate and Juanita enlarge the flower garden in the side yard, where they sometimes sat in the still evenings watching the last fat bees working against the summer's purple dusk.
`` It was a terrible loss to me '', said Kate quietly, feeling the pain twist again at the mention, knowing now that Juanita must have written to him at Grafton.

Juanita and death
Parra, who has heard from the maimed and tortured female underground member that Juanita is their leader, confronts Juanita and, hugging her in his arms, shoots her to save her from being tortured to death.
His daughter Juanita Parra replaced him as drummer in Los Jaivas after his death.
Juanita Craft became a towering historic figure in the Civil Rights Movement in Texas and was given many awards for her efforts, including the NAACP Golden Heritage Life Membership Award in 1978, the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award in 1984, and she was recognized by the NAACP for her fifty years of service shortly before her death at the age of 83 on August 6, 1985.
The couple remained together until his death, and he helped raise Peralta's daughter from a previous marriage, Juanita.
In 2001, a decade after Marrone's death, Juanita committed suicide, and her body was found with a picture of Marrone in her hands.
Inn was married to the former Juanita Heard for 50 years, from 1946 until her death in 1996.
After her mother's death by falling from a moving car on the highway in nearby Victoria County when Juanita was age 9, her father married Etta Agnes Holden ( June 18, 1908-January 19, 1988 ).
Juanita Solis calls the police and tells them that Bree is trying to kill her and Celia ( after Carlos tells her Bree's involvement in her grandmother's death ).

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