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Marie and Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional, which border Garden River on either side and are also located on the route of the disputed roadway, both passed municipal resolutions in 2007 supporting Garden River's position and calling on the province to designate the road as Highway 17B.
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She had guest hosts take her place, including Joy Behar, Meredith Vieira, Barbara Walters, Kathy Griffin, Marie Osmond, Jane Krakowski, Kathie Lee Gifford, Ana Gasteyer and Caroline Rhea.
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There are also anthroposophical movements to renew speech and drama, the most important of which are based in the work of Marie Steiner-von Sivers ( speech formation, also known as Creative Speech ) and the Chekhov Method originated by Michael Chekhov ( nephew of Anton Chekhov ).
:* St. Louis has annual festivals in both the Soulard neighborhood and the former French village of Carondelet, Missouri which include reenactments of the beheading of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, as well as reconstructed French fur trading posts.
The name comes from the medieval-Latin term balneum ( or balineum ) Mariae — literally, Mary's bath — from which the French bain de Marie, or bain-marie, is derived.
Among the plays which he wrote in French, the most successful was Le bourru bienfaisant, produced on the occasion of the marriage of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette in 1771.
The relationship of music to dance serves as the basis for Eurhythmics, devised by Emile Jaques-Dalcroze, which was influential to the development of Modern dance and modern ballet through artists such as Marie Rambert.
He found a copy of Adrien Marie Legendre's Éléments de Géométrie, which it is said that he read " like a novel " and mastered at the first reading.
He was a member of the company of i Gelosi which Henry IV of France summoned to Paris to his bride, the young queen Marie de Medici, thus introducing the commedia dell ' arte style to France.
In 1560 Marie de Guise died, and soon after the Auld Alliance also died, with the signing of the Treaty of Edinburgh, which provided for the removal of French and English troops from Scotland.
Just downriver from this, the mountains close in on either side of the Marañón, forming narrow gorges or pongos for a length of, where, besides numerous whirlpools, there are no less than 35 rapids, the series concluding with three cataracts just before reaching the river Imasa or Chunchunga, near the mouth of which Charles Marie de La Condamine embarked in the 18th century to descend the Amazon.
This coincided with his second marriage in 1803 to Juliane Marie Ottesen, which was a very happy situation for the aging Abilgaard.
File: Portrait of Antoine-Henri Becquerel. jpg | Henri Becquerel ( 1852 – 1908 ): discovered radioactivity along with Marie Skłodowska-Curie and Pierre Curie, for which all three won the 1903 Nobel Prize in Physics.
While in prison, Richard wrote Ja nus hons pris or Ja nuls om pres (" No man who is imprisoned "), which is addressed to his half-sister Marie de Champagne.
Filostrato narrates this tale, which some claim bears a resemblance to " Lai du Laustic " by the famed late 12th century poet Marie de France.
It was in Tours in 1843 that a Carmelite nun, Sister Marie of St Peter reported a vision which started the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus, in reparation for the many insults Christ suffered in His Passion.
The discovery and isolation of radium in uranium ore ( pitchblende ) by Marie Curie sparked the development of uranium mining to extract the radium, which was used to make glow-in-the-dark paints for clock and aircraft dials.
The original 1953 telecast is commercially available as part of a three-DVD set, " The Golden Age of Television " ( Criterion Collection ), a series which aired on PBS in 1981 with Eva Marie Saint as the host of Marty.
In committing to the role of Lisa Fremont in Rear Window, Kelly unhesitatingly turned down the opportunity to star alongside Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront, which won her replacement, Eva Marie Saint, an Academy Award.
Henry's marriage to Margaret, which had produced no heir, was annulled in 1599 and he married Marie de Medici, the niece of the grand duke of Tuscany.
The birth of a daughter meant that pressure to have a male heir continued, and Marie Antoinette wrote about her worrisome health, which might have contributed to a miscarriage in July 1779.
Three months after the empress ' death, it was rumoured that Marie Antoinette was pregnant again, which was confirmed in March 1781.
Despite the many things which Marie Antoinette did in her spare time, her primary concern became the health of the Dauphin, which was beginning to fail.
The first meeting of the assembly took place on 22 February 1787, at which Marie Antoinette was not present.
Marie Antoinette, whose life was the most in danger, stayed behind in order to help the king promote stability, even as his power was gradually being taken away by the National Constituent Assembly, which was now ruling Paris and conscripting men to serve in the Garde Nationale.
Despite the situation, Marie Antoinette was still required to perform charitable functions and to attend certain religious ceremonies, which she did.
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While Weidig was arrested, tortured and died imprisoned in Darmstadt, Büchner fled across the border to Strasbourg where he wrote most of his literary work and translated two plays by Victor Hugo, Lucrèce Borgia and Marie Tudor.
The Marquise de Pezé and the Marquise de Rouget with Her Two Children, Marie Louise Élisabeth Vigée-Lebrun | Elisabeth Vigée-LeBrun ( 1787 ) In Paris during the 1780s, light, unstructured bonnets were fashionable ( illustration, right ): Mme de Pezé's is of gauze with a border of gold threads, while Mme de Rouget is even more informally coiffed à la Turque, with a loose turban of striped silk.
In 1707 following the death of Marie de Nemours, Duchess of Nemours and Princess of Neuchâtel, the city, which was on the border of the Swiss Confederation, had to choose her successor from among fifteen claimants.
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She was awarded a contract with the Royal Opera in London and made her début at Covent Garden as Marie in La Fille du régiment in 1876.
The Champs-Élysées was originally fields and market gardens, until 1616, when Marie de Medici decided to extend the axis of the Tuileries Garden with an avenue of trees.
René Louiche Desfontaines, a professor of botany at the Royal Garden, was the boy's godfather, and Lamarck's elder sister, Marie Charlotte Pelagie De Monet was the godmother.
In spring 1908, the veteran Albani toured the English provinces as part of a company containing two budding talents: 10-year-old pianist Marie Novello, who two years later would become one of Theodor Leschetizky's last students, and John McCormack, who only months before had made his own Covent Garden debut.
The collection of over 90 paintings by Rubens includes a large number of his masterpieces, among them The Adoration of the Magi, Adam, Eve, The Holy Family with Saint Anne, Marie de ’ Medici, The Duke of Lerma, The Three Graces, The Judgement of Paris, and The Garden of Love.
The classical radio station WQXR-FM included Horne's win in their list of the " Top 5 Classical Events of 1964 – 65 ", claiming her " triumphant debut " at Covent Garden as the character Marie in Alban Berg's opera Wozzeck along with her 1964 recording of Vincenzo Bellini's opera Norma with Joan Sutherland contributed to her success.
The evening was based on Peter Schaffer ’ s play Amadeus and featured Marie McLaughlin, Della Jones, Sir Thomas Allen and Vanessa-Mae with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and Tim Piggott-Smith as Salieri.
Marie to the east, a newly constructed segment of four lane divided highway branches north ; Highway 17B ( the only remaining business route of Highway 17 in service ) continues east through Garden River.
The Chairman of the Trustees, Mark Streatfeild and Garden Designer Marie Jackson revealed the designs and explained how the Stroll Garden would enhance and compliment the history of Chiddingstone Castle.
" The Secret Garden " includes guest performances by soul vocalists Regina Belle, Patti LaBelle and Teena Marie ; the latter also heard on " Latin Lullaby.
" The Enchanted Garden of Messer Ansaldo " by Marie Spartali Stillman: a tale from the Decameron is part of the evolution of the fantasy genre from tales of the fantastic.