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# King of Moomba ( 1967 to 1987 ): British actor Robert Morley ( 1967 ), British actor Alfred Marks ( 1968 ), Italian opera singer Tito Gobbi ( 1969 ), featherweight boxing champion Johnny Famechon ( 1970 ), Russian clown Oleg Popov ( 1971 ), pop singer Johnny Farnham ( 1972 ) with Collingwood footballer Lou Richards as his Jester, indigenous Pastor Sir Douglas Nicholls ( 1973 ), ballet dancer Sir Robert Helpmann ( 1974 ), entertainer Rolf Harris ( 1975 ), entertainer Barry Crocker ( 1976 ), Disney character Mickey Mouse as King of Moomba and TV Personality Ugly Dave Gray as a Jester ( 1977 ), first Melbourne born king, entertainer Bert Newton ( 1978 ), entertainer Graham Kennedy ( 1979 ), TV actor Paul Cronin ( 1980 ), Richards again but this time as King ( 1981 ), film, TV and stage actor Frank Thring ( 1982 ), TV Personality Daryl Somers ( 1983 ), footballer Kevin Bartlett ( 1984 ), TV Personality Ian " Molly " Meldrum ( 1985 ), motor racing driver Peter Brock ( 1986 ) and champion doubles tennis player Paul McNamee ( 1987 ).
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# Abijah ( queen ), the daughter of Zechariah ( 2 Chronicles 29: 1 ), who married King Ahaz of Judah.
# The beginning of 2 Chronicles ( chapters 1 – 9 ) is a history of the reign of King Solomon, son of David.
# Joseph Bonaparte ( Corte 1768 – Florence 1844 ), King of Naples and Spain, married Julie Clary, sister of Napoleon's childhood sweetheart, Désirée, who was to become the wife of General Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, the later Charles XIV of Sweden.
" A Door of Hope Re-opened: The Fifth Monarchy, King Charles and King Jesus ," Journal of Religious History, ( 2008 ) 32 # 1 pp 16-30
# On 15 September 1790, to his double first cousin Maria Teresa of the Two Sicilies ( 6 June 1772 – 13 April 1807 ), daughter of King Ferdinand I of the Two Sicilies ( both were grandchildren of Empress Maria Theresa and shared all of their other grandparents in common ), with whom he had twelve children, of whom only seven reached adulthood.
Bob Newman recorded a hillbilly music version of this song on July 3, 1952 as the second single for his 45 record ( Catalog # 1131 ) mastered at King Records.
# Hedwig ( 910 – 965 )-wife of the West Frankish Duke Hugh the Great, mother of King Hugh Capet of France
After the year's previous success, King had Brown sign a new recording contract and in June 1965, released " Papa's Got a Brand New Bag ", which became his breakthrough hit single, becoming his first # 1 single on the R & B chart since " Try Me " and his first Top 10 pop single winning Brown his first Grammy.
Later in 1965, King released the uptempo rock ' n ' roll song, " I Got You ( I Feel Good )", which reached # 11 on the R & B chart in late 1965 and again reached the Top 10 on the pop chart in early 1966 peaking at # 3.
# Anna of Brandenburg ( 27 August 1487, Berlin – 3 May 1514, Kiel ), married 10 April 1502 to King Frederick I of Denmark.
– The Latin inscription reads LVDOVICVS ( i. e. " Louis ") DEI GRACIA ( i. e. " by the Grace of God ", where Latin gratia was spelt gracia ) FRANCOR REX ( i. e. " Style of the French Sovereign # Francorum Rex | King of the Franks ", where Francor.
# Hedwig ( 910 – 965 ), wife of the West Frankish duke Hugh the Great, mother of King Hugh Capet of France
# and Moomba
# Moomba Monarch ( 1988 – 1999 ) ( 2010 – present ): Jo Pearson, Con the Fruiterer, David Hanison, Tony Shaw, Don Dunstan, The Oarsome Foursome, Andrew Gaze, Cathy Freeman, Marina Prior, Kevin Sheedy, Trevor Marmalade, Lano and Woodley, and Denise Drysdale.
# and 1967
" This Is My Song ", performed by Petula Clark for A Countess from Hong Kong ( 1967 ), reached # 1 on the UK Charts.
The ballad " Somethin ' Stupid " — a duet with her father — hit # 1 in the US and the UK in April 1967 and spent nine weeks at the top of Billboard's easy listening chart.
The single peaked at # 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1967, when Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash also made the song their own.
* French — Albicocco, Jean-Gabriel: Le Grand Meaulnes a. k. a. The Wanderer ( 1967 film ; based upon the Alain-Fournier novel above under # Fiction | Fiction ); Godard, Jean-Luc: Pierrot le fou ( Pierrot the Fool film ).
* British — Beamish, Sally: Commedia ( 1990 ; mixed quintet ; theater piece without actors, in which Pierrot is portrayed by violin ); Biberian, Gilbert: Variations and Fugue on " Au Clair de la Lune " ( 1967 ; wind quartet ), Pierrot: A Ballet ( 1978 ; guitar duo ); Musgrave, Thea, Pierrot ( 1985 ; for clarinet, violin, and piano ; inspired dance by Jennifer Muller above under # Plays, variety shows, circus, and dance | Plays, variety shows, circus, and dance ); Redgate, Roger: Pierrot on the Stage of Desire ( 1998 ; for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, percussion — known as the " Pierrot ensemble ", comprising the instrumentation of Schoenberg's Pierrot lunaire below ).
# Katherina's speech is ironic: she is not being sincere in her statements but sarcastic, pretending to have been tamed when in reality she has completely duped or is humoring Petruchio ( this is how it is presented in the 1967 Franco Zeffirelli adaptation ).