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She was the widow of a writer who had died in an airplane crash, and Mickie had found her a job as head of the historical section of the Treasury.
She thought again of her children, those two who had died young, before the later science which might have saved them could attach even a label to their separate malignancies.
She was still in the play for pay business when she died, a top trollop who had given the world's oldest profession one of its rare flashes of glamour.
She had quarreled with Lucien, she had resisted his demands for money -- and if she died, by the provisions of her marriage contract, Lucien would inherit legally not only the immediate sum of gold under the floorboards in the office, but later, when the war was over, her father's entire estate.
She died on August 25, most likely of typhoid fever.
She died around 1603 and is buried in the O ' Malley family tomb on Clare Island.
She had intended Newton to become a clergyman, but she died of tuberculosis when he was six years old.
She answered her accusers that she received tuition from Thomas Reid, a former barony officer who had died at the Battle of Pinkie some 30 years before and also from the Queen of the Elfhame which lay nearby.
She died broken-hearted in July of the next year, at the castle of Poissy, and was buried in the Convent of St Corentin, near Nantes.
She died in 1274, after they had three children.
She was married in 515 to Eutharic ( c. 480 – 522 ), an Ostrogoth noble of the old Amal line, who had previously been living in Visigothic Hispania, son of Widerich ( born c. 450 ), grandson of Berismund ( born c. 410 ), and great-grandson of Thorismund ( died after 400 ), King of the Ostrogoths c. 400.
She had two sons ( Roberto and an unnamed one ), but both died young.
She fought Achilles and died after he seriously wounded her.
She died in 2006 at the age of 96.
She died within a short time of the marriage ceremony and created the opportunity for Dom Pedro to escape with his true love and live in the city of Coimbra.
She told everyone that the money came from her father, who died at about the same time.
Following some success illustrating cards and booklets, Potter wrote and illustrated The Tale of Peter Rabbit publishing it first privately in 1901, and a year later as a small, three-colour illustrated book with Frederick Warne & Co. She became unofficially engaged to her editor Norman Warne in 1905 despite the disapproval of her parents, but he died suddenly a month later, of leukemia.
She died on 22 December 1943 at her home in Near Sawrey at age 77, leaving almost all her property to the National Trust.
She herself died in 1558, and in 1559 Elizabeth I reintroduced the 1552 book with a few modifications to make it acceptable to more traditionally minded worshippers, notably the inclusion of the words of administration from the 1549 Communion Service alongside those of 1552.
She died two years later.
She died in the September 11 attacks.
She died c. 352 / 3.
She died in 360.
She had three children, a daughter ( who went to live at the Dominican Abbey in Poissy in 1397 as a companion to the king's daughter, Marie ), a son Jean, and another child who died in childhood.
She was born on 5 July 1996 and she lived until the age of six, at which point she died from a progressive lung disease.

She and 1966
She attended the Professional Children's School, in New York City, and made her professional theatre debut in a 1966 production of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, starring Tammy Grimes.
She was a classics major at Scripps College, worked for the Delta Ministry in 1965 and taught at Howard University School of Religion from 1966 to 1976.
She went on to act to significant acclaim in 10 of his most admired films, including Persona in 1966, The Passion of Anna in 1969, Cries and Whispers in 1972 and Autumn Sonata, in which her co-star, Ingrid Bergman, made her return to Swedish cinema.
She was the star of a new musical version of Breakfast at Tiffany's in December 1966, but the show, titled Holly Golightly, was a notorious flop that closed in previews before opening on Broadway.
She was also the first African-American woman to serve on the federal judiciary ( 1966 ), as well as the first African-American and the first woman to become Chief Judge of the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ( 1982 ).
She is the daughter of singer / actor Frank Sinatra, and remains best known for her 1966 signature hit " These Boots Are Made for Walkin '".
Among the tracks on The Paul Simon Songbook that were rerecorded ( some with electric backing ) for Sound of Silence were " I Am a Rock " ( which as a single reached U. S. No. 3 in the summer of 1966 ), " Leaves That Are Green ", " April Come She Will ", " A Most Peculiar Man ", and " Kathy's Song ".
She was born on 18 April 1966 in Lørenskog, Norway.
She was born in Paris and moved with her family to Washington, D. C. in 1966.
She won Best Actress in a Musical for Mame ( 1966 ), Dear World ( 1969 ), Gypsy ( 1975 ), and Sweeney Todd ( 1979 ).
She also had roles in several films, including a cameo in Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita ( 1960 ) and Andy Warhol's Chelsea Girls ( 1966 ), as herself.
She has widely contributed to the creation of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, of which governing board she became the first Chairman in 1966.
She worked there with her future husband, František Hrabal ( b. 1889-d. 5 June 1966 ); a František Hrabal was listed as Bohumil's godfather when he was baptised on 4 February 1914, but František was also the first name of Bohumil's future step-grandfather, a soft-drinks trader.
She also had a sister named Anne-Marie ( 1966 – 1990 ) who suffered from cerebral palsy and spent much of her life in a home for the disabled.
She was moved to a sanatorium in Moscow in the spring of 1966 and died of heart failure on March 5, at the age of 76.
" She received a third Oscar nomination for her performance as the simple, unrefined, but dignified Lady Alice More, opposite Paul Scofield as Thomas More, in A Man for All Seasons ( 1966 ).
She was subsequently cast in a leading role in the sci-fi film Fantastic Voyage ( 1966 ), which was a hit and made her a star.
She graduated from Hewlett High School in 1966, and then went to the Parsons School of Design.
Among the major writers of the period were Guo Moruo ( 郭沫若 ) ( 1892 – 1978 ), a poet, historian, essayist, and critic ; Mao Dun ( 茅盾 ) ( 1896 – 1981 ), the first of the novelists to emerge from the " League of Left-Wing Writers " and one whose work reflected the revolutionary struggle and disillusionment of the late 1920s ; satirist and novelist Lao She ( 老舍 ) ( 1899 – 1966 ); and Ba Jin ( 巴金 ) ( 1904 – 2005 ), a novelist whose work was influenced by Ivan Turgenev and other Russian writers.
* Lao She ( 老舍 ) ( 1897 – 1966 )
She returned to theatre ( between films ) more often in the 1950s and 1960s, playing in London and on tour in such roles as Edith Fenton in The Hat Trick ( 1950 ); Felicity, Countess of Marshwood, in Relative Values ( 1951 and 1953 ); Grace Smith in A Question of Fact ( 1953 ); Lady Yarmouth in The Night of the Ball ( 1954 ); Mrs. St. Maugham in The Chalk Garden ( 1955 – 56 ), Dame Mildred in The Bright One ( 1958 ); Mrs. Vincent in Look on Tempests ( 1960 ); Mrs. Gantry ( Bobby ) in The Bird of Time ( 1961 ); Mrs. Moore in A Passage to India ( 1962 ); Mrs Tabret in The Sacred Flame ( 1966 and 1967 ); Prue Salter in Let's All Go Down the Strand ( 1967 ); Emma Littlewood in Out of the Question ( 1968 ); Lydia in His, Hers and Theirs ( 1969 ); and others.
This phrase became the tag line for Lennon's song, " She Said She Said ", which appeared on the Revolver ( 1966 ) album.
She is known to have a friendly relationship with both George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush, who awarded her Kennedy Center Honors in 2003 At other times, she has also questioned both political parties: " Dear Uncle Sam " was written in 1966 during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration to " recount the human costs of the Vietnam War ", and she made a return to her live sets during the Iraq War under George W. Bush's presidency.

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