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The bible-reading Mrs. Conklin compared the new hamlet to the biblical city of Babylon and proposed that name in apparent defiance of the area's rather bawdy reputation as a stop-over place for travelers on Long Island's south shore.
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Models will be Mrs. Samuel B. D. Baird, Mrs. William H. Meyle, Jr., Mrs. Richard W. Hole, Mrs. William F. Harrity, Mrs. Robert O. Spurdle, Mrs. E. H. Kloman, Mrs. Robert W. Wolcott, Jr., Mrs. Frederick C. Wheeler, Jr., Mrs. William A Boyd, Mrs F. Vernon Putt.
During this sequence, it is revealed that Mrs. Alexander died from the injuries inflicted during the gang-rape, and her husband has decided to continue living " where her fragrant memory persists " despite the horrid memories.
This first film was based on the 1957 novel 4: 50 from Paddington ( U. S. title, What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw!
In February 1883, just before the disputed Fourth Test, a velvet bag made by Mrs Ann Fletcher, the daughter of Joseph Hines Clarke and Marion Wright, both of Dublin, was given to Bligh to contain the urn.
Doubleday rode with Lincoln on the train to Gettysburg for the Gettysburg Address and Mr. and Mrs. Doubleday attended events with Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln in Washington.
Mrs and Conklin
An influential local lady, Mrs. Conklin, was used to living inland in what is now considered Dix Hills and was at unease with the home site that her grandchildren would be raised in.
Albert Hackett and Peggy Conklin had the title roles in the Broadway production Mr. and Mrs. North, which ran 163 performances at the Belasco Theatre from January 12, 1941, to May 31, 1941.
The interplay between the cast -- blustery Conklin, nebbishy Denton, accommodating Harriet, absentminded Mrs. Davis, clueless Boynton, scheming Miss Enright -- also received positive reviews.
Mrs and compared
The scholar H. Pearce has taken issue with this assessment, writing that, compared to Kaye-Smith ’ s tale, " Sanctuary " is '... longer, better written and more explicitly political, specifically around issues of race-rather than class as in " Mrs Adis ".
By her own account, Alliluyeva retained respect and affection for Wes Peters, but their marriage dissolved both under the pressure of Mrs. Wright's influence and because of Svetlana's inability to adjust to the Taliesin cult-like lifestyle, which she compared to life in the Soviet Union under her father.
An individual traveler, Mrs. Chiu, said that the brand-name products in Hong Kong are of more variety and are much cheaper when compared with other foreign countries.
However nervous his job makes Mr Barrowclough, it is nothing compared to the fear he has of his often mentioned but never seen wife, Mrs Alice Barrowclough.
It may also have been inspired by the sacking of actress Ellis Powell from Mrs Dale's Diary, and has sometimes been compared with Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?
Mrs and new
He did play him a few notes of a new song he had been working on ; " It's not for the movie ... it's a song about times past — about Mrs. Roosevelt and Joe DiMaggio and stuff.
Their new home lacks many of the conveniences that they have been used to, however they are warmly received by Sir John, and welcomed into the local society, meeting his wife, Lady Middleton, his mother-in-law, Mrs. Jennings and his friend, the grave, quiet and gentlemanly Colonel Brandon.
The ten-person cast, who played their own instruments in new orchestrations, consisted of John Arbo ( Jonas Fogg ; bass player ), Donna Lynne Champlin ( Pirelli ; piano, accordion, flute ), Alexander Gemignani ( The Beadle ; piano, trumpet ), Mark Jacoby ( Judge Turpin ; trumpet, percussion ), Diana DiMarzio ( Beggar Woman / Lucy Barker ; clarinet ), Benjamin Magnuson ( Anthony Hope ; cello, piano ), Lauren Molina ( Johanna Barker ; cello ), Manoel Felciano ( Tobias ; violin, clarinet, piano ), Patti LuPone ( Mrs. Lovett ; tuba, percussion ), and Michael Cerveris ( Sweeney Todd ; guitar ).
Dan Peggotty safely transports Little Em ' ly to a new life in Australia ; accompanied by Mrs. Gummidge and the Micawbers.
" In the Big Sleep Chandler expands this description of the room and uses this new detail ( e. g., the contrast of white and " bled out ", the coming rain ) to foreshadow the fact that Mrs. Regan ( who was Mrs. O ' Mara in the original story ) is covering up the murder of her husband by her sister and that the coming rain storm will bring more deaths: " The room was too big, the ceiling was too high, the doors were too tall, and the white carpet that went from wall to wall looked like a fresh fall of snow at Lake Arrowhead.
The Waltons receive two new guests in their house almost simultaneously: Mrs. Walton's ne ' er-do-well younger brother, and the maid's young daughter.
Since then, he has toured for the first time in decades with a new band and released acclaimed albums, including a reworked version of SMiLE in 2004, for which Wilson won a Grammy Award for " Mrs. O ' Leary's Cow ( Fire )" as Best Rock Instrumental.
" She is unaware that in reality, Mrs. d ' Urberville's husband, Simon Stoke, purchased the baronial title and adopted the new surname, and so is not related to the d ' Urbervilles.
The name " Westland " was chosen by Mrs Petter as new land purchased as part of an expansion in 1913 at West Hendford which had been earmarked for a new foundry, but ended up becoming the centre for aircraft production.
The major spiritual leaders in his new world are the fairies Mrs. Doasyouwouldbedoneby, Mrs. Bedonebyasyoudid, and Mother Carey.
Using the latest technology and a new concept in publishing, Mrs Beeton ( 1836 – 1865 ) published her famous Book of Household Management in 24 monthly parts between 1857 and 1861.
This included many of the newspapers of her day: for example, in the Hallowell ( Maine ) Gazette, 8 February 1815, p. 4, it refers to how the congress had allowed " Madame Dolly Madison " an allowance of $ 14, 000 to purchase new furniture ; and the New Bedford ( MA ) of 3 March 1837, p. 2 referred to a number of important papers from her late husband, and said that " Mrs. Dolly Madison " would be paid by the Senate for these historical manuscripts.
The Medicine Mine was located about 1 / 2 mile out of town on the new Route 36, opposite the home of Mr. & Mrs. William Fisher.
Mrs. Lettie B. Morrill, in a talk given to the Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in Silver City on September 19, 1908, stated, " John Bullard was placed in the first grave dug in Silver City, having been killed while punishing the Indians for an attack upon the new town ; the brothers were Prospectors about the country for many years.
By 1905 it was reported that Mrs. Ryan's munificence covered the building of " at least one hundred new chapels, schools, churches, hospitals, homes for Sisters of Charity and homes for the aged and infirmed ".
Mrs. Ryan displayed a special fondness for her new neighbors by contributing equipment to the newly formed Suffern Fire Department.
" The History of Polk County Oregon, 1987, Page 12, states: " To Mrs. Thomas J. Lovelady was given the honor of naming the new settlement and she selected the name after her home town of Cynthiana, Kentucky.
The old Hermitage house was torn down back in the 1950s and a Mrs. Mellon got word of it and had the parlor severed from the house and trucked to the new location of what would be the Ligonier Museum.
Mrs and hamlet
By the time the real Janko shows up, a murder has occurred, and Mrs. Pollifax and her inexperienced companion are running for their lives from one dusty hamlet to the next, desperately trying to find the informer and save the rest of the network.
Mrs and biblical
Mrs. Frances Wilson Blocker, a descendant of one the community's founders, suggested the name as a way to symbolize the biblical story of a dove bringing a branch to Noah.
In 1783, Mrs Buchan, in her late 40s and the daughter of an inn owner, declared herself to be a prophet and a biblical figure in her own right, and claimed to be immortal and able to give immortality to her followers by breathing on them.