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Returning to Paris, she became a popular figure in the salons, and her own drawing room became a centre for the discussion and consumption of the literary arts.
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Returning to the familiar Paris salons, Offenbach quietly shifted the emphasis of his work from being a cellist who also composed to being a composer who played the cello.
Returning to Paris after almost three years in Italy, he found that the main Parisian opera theatres preferred the established classical repertoire to the works of newcomers.
Returning to Europe, he studied architecture in Paris ( with J. F. Blondel ) and spent five years in Italy.
Returning to Paris, Lafayette found that the Continental Congress did not have the money for his voyage ; hence he acquired the sailing ship La Victoire himself.
Returning to Paris, he receives the news that his sister Mary's fiancé, Captain Denis Cathcart, has been found shot dead outside the Wimseys ' shooting lodge at Riddlesdale in Yorkshire.
Returning to Paris on the downfall of Napoleon, he placed himself at the head of a body of 500 tirailleurs ( sharpshooters ).
Returning to Halifax from Paris he entered into a partnership with Sydney-born architect Sydney P. Dumaresq.
Returning to Paris, Dumouriez encountered popular ovation, but he gained less sympathy from the revolutionary government.
Returning after a brief interval, under the apprehension that his father-in-law would be held responsible for his absence, he arrived in Paris in the midst of the Reign of Terror, and had to flee to Switzerland.
Returning to Paris in January 1940, he wrote Über den Begriff der Geschichte ( Theses on the Philosophy of History ).
Returning to Paris he joined the semi-professional rugby team, Racing Club de France, whose captain was Alfred Sauvy and whose supporters included Tristan Bernard.
Returning to Paris, Tati resumed his civilian profession as a cabaret performer, finding employment at Léon Volterra's Lido de Paris, where he performed his Sporting Impressions from 1940-42.
Returning to Paris in 1889, she opened a similar lingerie workshop on the street Chaussée d ' Antin, where she invented a two-piece undergarment called le bien-être ( the wellbeing ).
Returning to France he was patronized by Cardinal du Bellay at Lyon, and was sent by him about 1540 to Paris, where he began the Chateau de St Maur-des-Fossés, and enjoyed royal favour ; in 1545 he was made architect to Francis I of France and given the charge of works in Brittany.
Returning to the continent he followed the invitation of Tsar Alexander I to come to St. Petersburg, where he lived so briefly he never prepared a meal for the Tsar before returning to Paris, where he was chef to banker James Mayer Rothschild.
Returning to Paris, in 1919 he worked as the chauffeur for the famous Irish war artist, Sir William Orpen.
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Returning to California in 1948, she went on to become a schoolteacher and a labor and community activist.
Returning to Earth with all her memories, Rachel finally managed to get back to the future she had come from.
Returning to her theatrical roots, she played the title role in the 1980 British revival of The Last of Mrs. Cheyney and later had a lead role in the 1990 revival of Noël Coward's Private Lives.
Returning to California in 1976, she attended the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.
Returning from one such excursion to Milford, while waiting at the station, she is helped by another passenger to remove a piece of grit from her eye.
" Returning with help, she found him exhausted on the floor, having turned the handle from the inside, and having suffered a stroke that paralysed his right side.
Returning to London, she joined ABC Television as a story editor on the anthology series Armchair Theatre, under producer Sydney Newman in 1960.
Returning to England in 1575, Sidney met Penelope Devereux, the future Lady Rich ; though much younger, she would inspire his famous sonnet sequence of the 1580s, Astrophel and Stella.
“ Returning to her roots ” in the martial arts, she competed in her first mixed martial arts contest and, with a combination of kicks and punches, defeated her opponent Rhonda Gallegos with a first-round knockout.
Returning to England in 1899 ( the year her father died ), she became a theatrical designer for a miniature theatre and continued to work as an illustrator.
Returning to England, she rejoined ABC with an ambition to direct, but got stuck as a production assistant, and decided that if she could not find advancement within a year she would abandon television as a career.
Returning to London and just enrolled at the Aida Foster School of Dance, she was spotted by the director Val Guest, who cast her in the Margaret Lockwood vehicle Give Us the Moon.
Returning to Portugal for the holidays that summer Rego discovered quite the opposite was true, and so she applied to study art in London again, this time at the Slade School of Fine Art, which she attended from 1952 to 1956.
Returning to England, she played roles such as Nell Gwynne in The First Actress by Christopher St. John ( Christabel Marshall ; 1911 ).
Returning to her home, she partook of the fruit, and felt her skin grow firm and youthful once more.
Returning home and meeting Maximus, she accused him of betrayal, believing that he had handed her over to the Emperor.