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Within the Protestant tradition in England, 17th century Mystic, Universalist and founder of the Philadelphian Society Jane Leade wrote copious descriptions of her visions and dialogues with the " Virgin Sophia " who, she said, revealed to her the spiritual workings of the universe.
Her mother, Sophia Jane Craine, was descended from the Manx people of the Isle of Man and counted among her ancestors men accused of social unrest and slander.
Sophia Jane Goulden chastised her daughter for " throwing herself " at Richard and urged her without success to exhibit more aloofness.
The royal commissions continued during the 1820s, including one for a portrait of the king's sister Sophia, and one of Sir Walter Scott ( along with Jane Austen, one of Lawrence's favourite authors ), as well as one to paint King Charles X of France for the Waterloo series, for which Lawrence made a trip to Paris, taking Herman Wolff with him.
During this time he also co-starred in Desire Under the Elms ( 1958 ) with Sophia Loren, and played a basketball star in the romantic comedy Tall Story ( 1960 ) opposite Jane Fonda.
So while the general public could easily perceive Jane Russell or Sophia Loren as " Russ Meyer material ", their balanced bodies did not mesh with Meyer's precise aesthetic preferences.
Taylor practiced plural marriage and was married to nine wives: Leonora Cannon, Elizabeth Kaighin, Jane Ballantyne, Mary Ann Oakley, Sophia Whitaker, Harriet Whitaker, and Margaret Young.
Some of the last stars from that decade are Eleanor Parker, Robert Wagner, Doris Day, Christopher Lee, Jerry Lewis, Gloria DeHaven, Gina Lollobrigida, Angela Lansbury, Jane Powell, Sophia Loren, Leslie Caron, Debbie Reynolds, Julie Andrews, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Mitzi Gaynor and Gena Rowlands.
Here he met Sophia Jane Swift, who was already engaged to her cousin Godwin Swifte, whom she married despite Landor's ardent entreaties in 1803.
), Maria Callas, Coco Chanel, Christian Dior, Sophia Loren, Julie Andrews, Lena Horne, Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, Barbra Streisand, Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Elton John, U2, Led Zeppelin, The Who, George Clooney, Whoopi Goldberg and Stephen Fry are just a few of the celebrities who stayed there in recent decades.
Devane appeared in the films McCabe & Mrs. Miller ( 1971 ) with Julie Christie and Warren Beatty ; Lady Liberty ( 1971 ) with Sophia Loren ; Family Plot ( 1976 ) directed by Alfred Hitchcock ; Marathon Man ( 1976 ) with Dustin Hoffman and Laurence Olivier ; Rolling Thunder ( 1977 ) with Tommy Lee Jones ; Red Alert ( 1977 ) with Ralph Waite, based on a novel by Harold R. " Hal " King ; The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training ( 1977 ) with Jackie Earle Haley ; Yanks ( 1979 ) with Richard Gere ; Testament ( 1983 ) with Jane Alexander ; Timestalkers ( 1987 ) with Lauren Hutton and Klaus Kinski ; Forgotten Sins ( 1996 ) with John Shea ; Exception to the Rule ( 1997 ), with Kim Cattrall and Sean Young ; Payback ( 1999 ) with Mel Gibson ; Hollow Man ( 2000 ), with Elisabeth Shue and Kevin Bacon ; and Space Cowboys ( 2000 ) with Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones, James Garner, and Donald Sutherland.
He married secondly Sophia Bentinck ( died 5 June 1741 ) on 24 March 1729, a daughter of William Bentinck, 1st Earl of Portland and his second wife Jane Martha Temple.
In Jane Austen's Persuasion, chapter 8, the town is mentioned as the only place where Admiral Croft's wife Sophia Croft was ever ill, as it was the only place she was ever separated from him, whilst he was patrolling the North Sea:
He married, 6 September 1823, Sophia Jane, daughter of Sir Hedworth Williamson, Bt.
* Ianthe was also the nickname given by the poet Walter Savage Landor to Sophia Jane Swift, the love of his life whom he was never able to marry.
Sinnett's father died while he was young, by 1851 Sinnett is listed as a " Scholar-London University ", living with his widowed mother Jane whose occupation is listed as " Periodical Literature ", and his older sister Sophia age 22 who is a teacher.
John Conolly's second daughter, Sophia Jane, married Thomas Harrington Tuke in 1852.
Franklin's redoubtable wife Jane Griffin, Lady Franklin, is also interred at Kensal Green in the vault, and commemorated on a marble cross dedicated to her niece Sophia Cracroft.
The Engelhards had four daughters: Susan Engelhard, Jane Elizabeth Sophia Engelhard, Sally Alexandra Engelhard, and Charlene B. Engelhard.
Within the Protestant tradition in England, Jane Leade, 17th-century Christian mystic, Universalist, and founder of the Philadelphian Society, wrote copious descriptions of her visions and dialogues with the " Virgin Sophia " who, she said, revealed to her the spiritual workings of the Universe.
She also appeared in Klute with Jane Fonda and Lady Liberty with Sophia Loren.
Other noteworthy European films which contained nudity include Era Lui, Si Si ( 1952, with Sophia Loren ), Ingmar Bergman's Summer with Monika ( 1953 ), Jean-Pierre Melville's Bob le flambeur ( 1956, with Isabelle Corey, then aged 16 ), François Truffaut's Shoot the Piano Player ( 1960 ), Brigitte Bardot's casual nude scenes in Contempt ( 1963 ) by Jean-Luc Godard, the French film The Game Is Over ( 1966, with Jane Fonda ), Luis Buñuel's Belle de Jour ( 1967, with Catherine Deneuve ), and Isadora ( 1968, with Vanessa Redgrave ).
It was edited by her granddaughter Nicola Bennett, with anthologist Jane Lahr and Joan's closest friend Sophia Rosoff.
* Joan Grant-Writer, website dedicated to the life and work of Joan Grant, established by her Grand Daughter Nicola Bennett, along with Jane Lahr, Sophia Rosoff ( Grant's greatest friend ) and Martha Crego, October 2009

Sophia and used
In the 6th century, Byzantine mathematician and architect Anthemius of Tralles ( most famous for designing the Hagia Sophia ), used a type of camera obscura in his experiments.
The current name Sofia was first used in the 14th-century Vitosha Charter of Bulgarian tsar Ivan Shishman or in a Ragusan merchant's notes of 1376 ; it refers to the famous Holy Sophia Church, an ancient church in the city named after the Christian concept of the Holy Wisdom.
The image of the serpent as the embodiment of the wisdom transmitted by Sophia was an emblem used by gnosticism, especially those sects that the more orthodox characterized as " Ophites " (" Serpent People ").
The monuments of Cyzicus were used by the Byzantine emperor Justinian as a quarry for the building of his Saint Sophia cathedral, and were still exploited by the Ottomans.
Nilsson's next album, Harry ( 1969 ), was his first to hit the charts, and also provided a Top 40 single with " I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City " ( written as a contender for the theme to Midnight Cowboy ), used in the Sophia Loren movie La Mortadella ( 1971 ) ( US title: Lady Liberty ).
Porphyry was extensively used in Byzantine imperial monuments, for example in Hagia Sophia and in the " Porphyra ", the official delivery room for use of pregnant Empresses in the Great Palace of Constantinople.
X Pixmap ( XPM ) is an image file format used by the X Window System, created in 1989 by Daniel Dardailler and Colas Nahaboo working at Bull Research Center at Sophia Antipolis, France, and later enhanced by Arnaud Le Hors.
Its present name of Sophia dates from the Middle Ages, though the precise date of its first use cannot be assigned ; in the sixteenth century Sredetz and Sophia were used simultaneously.
After aiding Sophia in May, Khovansky used his influence with the troops to force her court to flee the Moscow Kremlin and seek refuge in the Troitse-Sergiyeva Lavra.
They were usually carved of monochrome marble, though some, like Hagia Sophia ’ s, were covered in precious metals and others used polychrome marbles.
The majority of the columns in the cistern appear to have been recycled from the ruins of older buildings ( a process called ' spoliation '), likely brought to Constantinople from various parts of the empire, together with those that were used in the construction of Hagia Sophia.
In the same year the College received the residuary estate of Sophia Astley Kirkpatrick, in the amount of $ 65, 000, which was used to construct the chapel which bears her name.
Maria and Renier gained the support of the Patriarch and used Hagia Sophia as a base of operations.
The castle was again used as a prison between 1713 and 1773, before it was renovated by King Gustav III on behalf of his consort Sophia Magdalena.
* " Pussycat ", the term of endearment used by Sophia to describe her daughter Dorothy, in Golden Girls.
Proconnesian marble is used extensively in the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, and exclusively in the Herculean Sarcophagus of Genzano now in the British Museum.
The album's orchestral sound was achieved on a low budget by Popplewell writing library music, designed to be used as background for films and television, that fitted his songs, and re-using the recordings with new vocals by him and Sophia Churney.

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