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Returning to the stage in 2003, Alexander was cast in a successful run, opposite Martin Short, in the Los Angeles production of Mel Brooks ' The Producers.
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Returning and stage
Returning to acting in 1982, she took to the stage alongside James MacArthur in a theatre tour of Lunch Hour by Jean Kerr.
Returning to the stage, the sausage seller reports to the knights on his battle with Cleon for control of the Council-he has outbid Cleon for the support of the councillors with offers of meals at the state's expense.
Returning to the stage in 1953, she scored a major success with The Glorious Days, which had a run of 476 performances.
Returning to the stage after the war, Ellis was successful in Noël Coward's 1947 melodrama, Point Valaine, playing a hotel keeper in a sordid, clandestine relationship with an abusive West Indian.
Returning to the landing stage with this grim news, he then went back up to the lighthouse with the Hesperus's second-mate and a seaman.
Returning to the Broadway stage in 1969 after almost a decade of performing in what The New York Times called " dubious delights ", Grimes appeared in a revival of Noël Coward's Private Lives as " Amanda ", winning the Tony Award for Best Actress.
Returning to London, he appeared for the first time on the West End stage at the Vaudeville Theatre on 5 May 1914, as Lord Murdon in The Dangerous Age.
Returning to the stage as frequently as possible in such plays as The Heliotrope Bouquet, An American Daughter, The Old Settler, and The Story, she last appeared at Arkansas Rep as Rose in August Wilson's Fences.
Returning to the stage in Paris, France in 2011, he created the role of Hook in PAN a musical adaptation of Peter Pan directed by Irina Brook.
Returning and 2003
Returning to Britain in 2003 to pick up the Overseas Player of the Decade Award at the Premier League 10 Seasons Awards, Cantona said of his premature retirement, " When you quit football it is not easy, your life becomes difficult.
Returning to the Pentagon and The Joint Staff in April 2003 he became the Strategic Planner for the War on Terrorism.
Returning to the top 100 in late 2003, Westwood's ranking remained in the 20 to 80 range from 2004 and 2007.
Returning fit at the start of the 2003 – 04 Premier League season, Tébily found himself no longer first choice, though his versatility made him the manager's preferred defensive substitute.
Returning to Iraq following the 2003 coalition invasion the group changed its name from brigade to organization in response to the attempted voluntary disarming of Iraqi militias by the Coalition Provisional Authority.
Returning to England in 1986, Exton found that the television business had radically changed through the rise of the independent producer, such as Brian Eastman, for whom he wrote most of the episodes ( 20 ) of Agatha Christie ’ s Poirot, with David Suchet ( 1989 – 2000 ), all of the episodes ( 23 ) of Jeeves and Wooster, with Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry ( 1990 – 1993 ), and ten episodes of Rosemary & Thyme ( 2003 – 2006 ).
Returning to Austen in “ Austen ’ s Attitude ” ( 1995 ) and especially Jane Austen, or the Secret of Style ( 2003 ), Miller remained interested in the possibilities afforded by effacement.
Returning to the Judge Dredd Megazine in 2003, he collaborated with writer Rob Williams on Family, a black and white series about a Mafia family with superhuman powers, which has recently been published as a collected edition.
Returning to Los Angeles in 2003, the producer launched the Ilya Salkind Company in the late summer of that year.
Returning to the DJ scene on 20 December 2003, the Music Is Better Night he played in Manchester proved to be a catalyst for Wilson.
Returning to Watford, Johnson featured in the final few games of the season, but still struggling for fitness and a first-team place he was released in October 2003.
Returning and Alexander
* Returning to Macedonia by way of Delphi ( where the Pythian priestess acclaims him " invincible "), King Alexander III of Macedonia advances into Thrace in order to secure the Danube as the northern boundary of the Macedonian kingdom.
Returning to the Hokianga, on 28 April 1898, Seon, Constable Alexander McGilp, Menzies and others attended the meeting.
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 his headquarters, he ordered the 2nd Connecticut Regiment under Joseph Spencer out to slow the British advance, and sent Haslet and the 1st Delaware Regiment, along with Alexander McDougall's brigade ( Rudolphus Ritzema's 3rd New York Regiment, Charles Webb's 19th Continental Regiment, William Smallwood's 1st Maryland Regiment, and the 1st New York Regiment and 2nd New York Regiments ) to reinforce Chatterton Hill.
Returning to his native North Carolina, Alexander was elected to the North Carolina House of Commons in 1797, to the North Carolina Senate in 1801, and to the United States House of Representatives in 1803.
Returning to Virginia after Gettysburg, on August 7 the 1st Division ( Alexander Schimmelfennig's and later George Henry Gordon's ) was permanently detached, having been ordered to Charleston Harbor.
Returning and was
Returning to the school crossing, the officer was informed by the Sisk boy that he recognized the driver, a neighbor, and had obtained the license number.
SDP polling agents were given special dispensation by the Returning Officer to have placards outside of polling stations to state which one on the ballot papers was the ' real Roy '.
Returning to the fleet at the Tagus in late April 1798, he was ordered to collect the squadron stationed at Gibraltar and sail for the Ligurian Sea.
Returning to Malaya, Gardner found that the Borneo Company had sacked him, and he was forced to find work with the Public Works Department.
Returning home he was created a peer of the United Kingdom as Viscount Gordon, of Aberdeen in the County of Aberdeen ( 1814 ), and made a member of the Privy Council.
Returning to Paris, the penniless Rousseau befriended and became the lover of Thérèse Levasseur, a seamstress who was the sole support of her mother and numerous ne ' er-do-well siblings.
Returning to Antioch in 378 or 379, he was ordained by Bishop Paulinus, apparently unwillingly and on condition that he continue his ascetic life.
Returning to the United States in December 1968, Jones was assigned to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, where he served as a company commander until May 1970.
Returning to the United States, he was advanced to the rank of major general in July 1994 and was assigned as commanding general, 2nd Marine Division, Marine Forces Atlantic, MCB Camp Lejeune.
" Returning to New York he was able to serialise his book in his periodical Le Libertaire, Journal du Mouvement social.
Returning home in August 1866, an account of this expedition, entitled A Journey in Brazil, was published in 1868.
Returning to the United States in the late summer of 1870 — as the Franco-Prussian War was starting — Cassatt lived with her family in Altoona.
Returning to Italy, where antipope Gregory VIII was supported in Rome by imperial forces and Italian allies of the emperor, Calixtus II managed to gain the upper hand amid clear demonstrations of popular support.
Returning to England in 1839, Gosse was hard pressed to make a living, subsisting on eightpence a day (" one herring eaten as slowly as possible, and a little bread ").
Returning to Somers ' hometown of Lyme Regis, in Dorset, his body ( which had been pickled in a barrel ) was landed via The Cobb, the notable breakwater which protects town's harbour.
Returning once again to a reworking of the past, this time the supposed murder of director Thomas Ince by Orson Welles's bête noire William Randolph Hearst, The Cat's Meow was a modest critical success but made little money at the box office.
Returning to the Tavistock Clinic Bion chaired the Planning Committee that reorganised the Tavistock into the new Tavistock Institute of Human Relations, alongside a new Tavistock Clinic which was part of the newly launched National Health Service.
Returning to the United Kingdom from an economic summit held in Guadeloupe in early 1979, Callaghan was asked, " What is your general approach, in view of the mounting chaos in the country at the moment?
Returning to England once again, he found that he was sympathetic to the American colonists in their quarrel with Britain.
Returning after nine days, Agelaus was astonished to find the child still alive, and brought him home in a backpack ( πήρα, hence Paris's name, which means " backpack ") to rear as his own.