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Julie Manet became the subject for many of her mother's paintings and a book of her memoirs Growing Up with the Impressionists: The Diary of Julie Manet, was published in 1987.
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Image: Berthe Morisot-Girl with Greyhound-1893. jpg | Julie Manet et son Lévrier Laerte, Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris 1893
The wedding was a double ceremony in which the bride's cousin, Morisot's daughter, Julie Manet, married the painter, Ernest Rouart.
File: Pierre Auguste Renoir-Portrait Berthe Morisot and daughter Julie. jpg | Portrait of Berthe Morisot and daughter Julie Manet, 1894
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On 11 September 2006, Dunlop became the first person to be convicted of murder following a prior acquittal for the same crime, in his case his 1991 acquittal of Julie Hogg's murder.
Kazan became known as an " actor's director " because he was able to elicit some of the best performances in the careers of many of his stars, such as Marlon Brando, Rod Steiger, Karl Malden, James Dean, Julie Harris, Carroll Baker, Eli Wallach and Natalie Wood.
* On June 5, 1993 Thoroughbred racing's all-time leading female jockey, Julie Krone, became the first woman to win a Triple Crown race when she rode to victory in the Belmont Stakes aboard Colonial Affair.
Diane Julie Abbott ( born 27 September 1953 ) is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament ( MP ) for Hackney North and Stoke Newington since 1987, when she became the first black woman to be elected to the House of Commons.
In 1974 Norman and Kenn Gulliksen started a Bible Study in the living room of Norman's apartment at Doheny and Sunset in Los Angeles that was only for musicians and actors, including regulars Jerry Houser and Julie Harris, which after six months, was named " The Vineyard ", and later, with another Bible study at the home of Chuck Girard, became part of the founding congregation of the Association of Vineyard Churches.
During the period 1972 to 1976 it was particularly associated with gonzo journalism, then became closely associated with punk rock through the writing of Tony Parsons and Julie Burchill.
Life magazine hailed 1965 as " The Year of Julie Christie " when the actress became known internationally for her role as an amoral model in Darling, directed by Schlesigner.
In Rousseau's mind, she became identified with a character in the great novel he was then writing, Julie, ou la Nouvelle Héloïse.
She writes, " Under the guidance of Marie-Therese Geoffrin, Julie de Lespinasse and Suzanne Necker, Parisian salons became the civil working spaces of the project of Enlightenment.
* Julie Krone, the all-time leading female jockey, became the first woman ever to win a Triple Crown race when she rode Colonial Affair to victory in the Belmont Stakes.
Her sister Désirée Clary, six years younger than Julie, became Queen of Sweden and Norway ( as Desideria ) when her husband, Marshal Bernadotte, was crowned King Charles XIV John of Sweden ( Charles III John of Norway ).
In Batavia, Professor Eijkman married Bertha Julie Louise van der Kemp in 1888 ; a son, Pieter Hendrik, who became a physician, was born in 1890.
Statuesque actress Julie Newmar became famous overnight for playing the small role in the 1956 Li ' l Abner Broadway musical ( and the 1959 film adaptation ) without uttering a single line.
Starring an ensemble cast headed by Helen Mirren and Julie Walters, with Linda Bassett, Annette Crosbie, Celia Imrie, Penelope Wilton, and Geraldine James playing key supporting roles, the film garnered generally positive reactions by film critics, and at a budget of $ 10 million it became a major success, eventually grossing $ 96, 000, 000 worldwide following its theatrical release in the United States.
In 2005, Tony Danza became a grandfather when his son Marc and his son's wife, Julie, had a son, Nicholas.
Mora's illness and the separation caused Julie much pain and anxiety, although soon after his departure she became acquainted with the man who would be the main passion of her life, the Comte de Guibert.
The orchestra added two backing vocalists, one of whom, Julie Reiten, eventually became Setzer's wife.
In 1995 Julie Scott, M. A., S. R. C., moved to San Jose and became Director of the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum.
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In 2012 BBC Radio 2 broadcast a series of six new radio ballads on the subject of the Olympic Games with original songs from Nancy Kerr, Julie Matthews, Martin Simpson and Boo Hewerdine amongst others.
Along with the other members of the group — Doug Ashford, Julie Ault, Karen Ramspacher, and Tim Rollins — González-Torres was invited by the MATRIX Gallery at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in 1989 to deal with the subject of AIDS.
Julie Power and Johnny Gallo are also the subject of character retcons during the course of the series: whereas in his Runaways appearance Johnny's reasons for joining the group were given as being so he could be around other ex-teen heroes who had experienced early fame as a superhero and later couldn't cope without it, this was revised in Loners to being that he used superheroics for thrill seeking and to meet women, then revised a third time to being a response to his friend being killed during a superhero battle ( though this battle-occurring during the events of the ' Wolverine: Enemy of the State ' story arc-did not actually occur until after Johnny first appeared as a member of the Los Angeles-based Excelsior group, though he is portrayed during Loners in flashbacks as still living in New York at the time, working as a superhero alongside the friend in question: Eddie McDonough, who is also portrayed as being back in the Hornet armor he lost, somehow cured of the cerebral palsy which afflicted him ).
Miss Julie is an opera by Ned Rorem to an English libretto by Kenward Elmslie, based on the play, Miss Julie by Swedish playwright August Strindberg on the subject of the intersection of social class and illicit sexual relations in late 19th-century Sweden.
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Their adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion retained his social commentary and added appropriate songs for the characters of Henry Higgins and Liza Doolittle, played originally by Rex Harrison and Julie Andrews.
Other roles include: starring opposite Jim Carrey in the Andy Kaufman biopic Man on the Moon ( 1999 ); as Joan Vollmer in Beat ( 2000 ) alongside Kiefer Sutherland ; and a leading role in Julie Johnson ( 2001 ) as Lili Taylor's lesbian lover, for which she won an Outstanding Actress award at L. A .' s Outfest.
Actress Julie Harris felt Flockhart should be hired without further auditions, claiming that she seemed ideal for the part.
Pressure by Ann Ming, the mother of 1989 murder victim Julie Hogg — whose killer, William Dunlop, was initially acquitted in 1991 and subsequently confessed — also contributed to the demand for legal change.
This choice seems fitting for Julie, a character beset by revenge, of which Fergus becomes the fourth victim.
The second season begins with Rachel, waiting at the gate for Ross to declare her love for him, discovering that he is dating Julie ( Lauren Tom ), someone he knew from graduate school.
He also appeared in three major TV specials: New York, New York ( 1966 ), The Julie Andrews ' Show ( 1965 ), and Jack and the Beanstalk ( 1967 ) a show he produced and directed which returned to a combination of cartoon animation with live dance, winning him an Emmy Award for Outstanding Children's Program.
* 2006 The Orphan's Tales: In the Night Garden by Catherynne M. Valente and Half Life by Shelley Jackson ; with special recognition for Julie Phillips ' biography of James Tiptree, Jr., James Tiptree, Jr .: The Double Life of Alice B. Sheldon
Scholars William M. Reynolds and Julie A. Webber have written that Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of the Sikh faith tradition, was a " fighter for women's rights " that was " in no way misogynistic " in contrast to some of his contemporaries.
When McKay finds out about Julie, for whom his own feelings have been becoming increasingly obvious, he rides to the Hannassey place with Ramon.
It will go on to become Disney's biggest moneymaker, and winner of 5 Academy Awards, including a Best Actress award for Julie Andrews, who accepted the part after she was passed over by Jack L. Warner for the leading role of Eliza Dolittle in the film version of My Fair Lady.
* March 31 – Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, the team's only musical written especially for television, is telecast live and in color by CBS, starring Julie Andrews in the title role.
F. A. K. K. ² stands for Federation-Assigned Ketogenic Killzone to the second level, and is the alias both of the heroine, Julie, and also her homeworld.