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She and wrote
She wrote gay plays about the girls for family entertainments, like `` Oh, What Fun!!
She wrote in her journal, `` I have not heard the least profane language since I have been on board the vessel.
She wrote:
She wrote again and now, abandoning for the moment the theme of love, she asked for help in the matter of her career.
She wrote to her brother, " All Mr. Lane's efforts have been to disunite us.
She wrote a volume of poetry with her sisters ( Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bell, 1846 ) and two novels.
She wrote her " Recipe Redux " feature for the Times magazine until February 27, 2011.
She also wrote the updated introduction to Sagan's book The Cosmic Connection, the epilogue of Billions and Billions, and her own novel, A Famous Broken Heart.
She wrote at least three autobiographical books about adapting to blindness.
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.
In a 1958 letter to a friend in West Germany, Paternak wrote, " She was put in jail on my account, as the person considered by the secret police to be closest to me, and they hoped that by means of a grueling interrogation and threats they could extract enough evidence from her to put me on trial.
She had said, " Don't forget yourself to the point of believing that it was you who wrote this work.
She also took job opportunities working briefly at dance halls in Japan and Taiwan, and wrote two missives under the name " Courtney Michelle " in punk-zine Maximumrocknroll on local bands Poison Idea and Rancid Vat.
She wrote:
She wrote the Nüjie ostensibly for her daughters, instructing them on how to live proper Confucian lives as wives and mothers.
She wrote the preface for On War and by 1834 had published several of his books.
" ( Church Manual, page 41 ) She also wrote: " The cardinal points of Christian Science cannot be lost sight of, namely — one God, supreme, infinite, and one Christ Jesus.
She wrote Jane Eyre under the pen name Currer Bell.
She did not ally herself with Eakins ' ardent student supporters, and later wrote, " A curious instinct of self-preservation kept me outside the magic circle.
She was well suited to the precise work but later wrote, " this was the lowest depth I ever reached in commercial art, and although it was a period when youth and romance were in their first attendance on me, I remember it with gloom and record it with shame.
She wrote, " Fleury is much less benign than Bouguereau and don't temper his severities … he hinted of possibilities before me and as he rose said the nicest thing of all, ' we will do all we can to help you '… I want these men … to know me and recognize that I can do something.
She spent most of her childhood and all of her adult life based in Paris and then the abbey at Poissy, and wrote entirely in her adoptive tongue of Middle French.
She also wrote a minor chart hit for Hank Williams Jr during this period.
Jim Kerr of Simple Minds was so moved by the results of the Enniskillen bombing in 1987 that he wrote new words to the traditional folk song " She Moved Through The Fair " and the group recorded it with the name " Belfast Child ".

She and Leicester
She described them as simply " the little people in Leicester ", leaving a cold, nondescript note and bouquet at the funeral on their behalf.
She and her husband moved into Leicester House, while their children remained in the care of the King.
She never accepted it, humiliating Leicester in public: " my open and great disgraces delivered from her Majesty's mouth ".
" The Earl stood by his wife, asking his colleagues to intercede for her ; there was no hope: " She Queen doth take every occasion by my marriage to withdraw any good from me ", Leicester wrote still after seven years of marriage.
She was flanked on horseback by her Lieutenant General the Earl of Leicester on the right, and on the left by the Earl of Essex, her Master of the Horse.
She was born at Bradgate Park in the vicinity of Leicester.
She qualified as a doctor in 1940, and, the following year, married solicitor and company director Sir Geoffrey Barnett, who was knighted for political and public services to the city of Leicester in 1953.
She attended the Crawford Municipal School of Art in Cork before undertaking degree studies at Leicester Polytechnic, England, from 1974 to 1977.
She was buried at the Church of St Mary de Castro, Leicester.
" She was also awarded honorary degrees of Doctor of Laws from the University of Warwick in 2000 and the University of Leicester in 2006.
She then played the title role in the stage musical adaptation of Calamity Jane at the Leicester Haymarket ( 1994 – 95 ).
She was selected as the Labour candidate in Leicester East constituency at the 1983 General Election following the defection of the sitting Labour MP Tom Bradley to the Social Democratic Party.
She also holds a Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester and an M. A.
She was the wife of Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester.
She is a Fellow of the Royal Agricultural Society and an Honorary Canon of Leicester Cathedral.
She graduated from the University of Leicester with a BSc in Astronomy and Physics and did research at the Department of Astrophysics at the University of Oxford, whilst a postgraduate student at Linacre College, Oxford.
She offered to send an expeditionary force of 6, 350 foot and 1, 000 horse, the cost to be shared by the States-General, provided her nominee, Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester, would be put in both military and political charge of the country as governor-general.
She was a daughter of count Hugh of Vermandois, a granddaughter of Henry I, King of France, and was the widow of Robert de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Leicester.
She was well treated by Henry, retained her incomes, and her proctors were allowed to pursue her litigation concerning the Leicester inheritance in the English courts ; her will and testament were executed without hindrance.
She stood as the Respect candidate at the Leicester South by-election in 2004.
She then performed ' Breaking Glass Live ' throughout England, cluminating in a show at the Leicester Square Theatre in London on 5 December 2010.
She continued to style herself Lady Leicester.
She partly lived in her father's house at Rotherfield Greys, but also with friends ; Leicester's Commonwealth claimed that Leicester had her move " up and down the country from house to house by privy ways ".
She was backed by Sir Robert Sidney, who considered himself the only legitimate heir of his uncles Leicester and Warwick.

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