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This second marriage was enduring and happy, though childless, and Laura became stepmother to Anna and Laurence.
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Agrippina ’ s mother Julia was the only natural child born to Augustus from his second marriage to noblewoman Scribonia.
Vipsania Marcella was Agrippa ’ s second child from his second marriage to Augustus ’ first niece and the paternal cousin of Julia the Elder, Claudia Marcella Major.
Her mother ’ s marriage to Agrippa was her second marriage, as Julia the Elder was widowed from her first marriage, to her paternal cousin Marcus Claudius Marcellus and they had no children.
Through Nero, Agrippina was the paternal great-grandmother of Claudia Augusta, ( Nero's only child through his second marriage to Poppaea Sabina ).
The father of Julia the Elder was the Emperor Augustus, and Julia was his only natural child from his second marriage to Scribonia, who had close blood relations with Pompey the Great and Lucius Cornelius Sulla.
Antonia Minor was a daughter to Octavia the Younger by her second marriage to triumvir Mark Antony, and Octavia was the second eldest sister and full-blooded sister of Augustus.
Germanicus ’ father, Drusus the Elder, was the second son of the Empress Livia Drusilla by her first marriage to praetor Tiberius Nero, and was the Emperor Tiberius ’ s younger brother and Augustus ’ s stepson.
After her thirteenth birthday in 28, Tiberius arranged for Agrippina to marry her paternal second cousin Gnaeus Domitius Ahenobarbus and ordered the marriage to be celebrated in Rome.
In the months leading up to her marriage to Claudius, Agrippina's maternal second cousin, the praetor Lucius Junius Silanus Torquatus, was betrothed to Claudius ’ daughter Claudia Octavia.
She also was a stepmother to Claudia Antonia, Claudius ' daughter and only child from his second marriage to Aelia Paetina, and to the young Claudia Octavia and Britannicus, Claudius ' children with Valeria Messalina.
Philip, however, declined the contest, and formed a second alliance with Alexander by giving him his daughter ( Alexander I's niece ) Cleopatra in marriage ( 336 BC ).
The need for a male heir led him to contract a second marriage to Yolande de Dreux on 1 November 1285.
He had spent the evening at Edinburgh Castle celebrating his second marriage and overseeing a meeting with royal advisors.
The marriage of Alfonso and Urraca was declared null by the Pope, as they were second cousins, in 1110, but he ignored the papal nuncio and clung to his liaison with Urraca until 1114.
Because of some favoritism he showed towards his second wife, the last years of his life, he had to contend with the son of his first marriage, the future Peter IV.
After Eschiva's death in October 1197 he married Isabella, the daughter of Amalric I of Jerusalem by his second marriage, and became King of Jerusalem in right of his wife and crowned at Acre in January 1198.
He was the third of the four children of farmer Hugh Fleming ( 1816 – 1888 ) from his second marriage to Grace Stirling Morton ( 1848 – 1928 ), the daughter of a neighbouring farmer.
Guiler remained in New York City and was unaware of Nin's second marriage until after her death in 1977, though biographer Deirdre Bair alleges that Guiler knew what was happening while Nin was in California, but consciously " chose not to know ".
Its subject is the Return to Zion following the close of the Babylonian captivity, and it is divided into two parts, the first telling the story of the first return of exiles in the first year of Cyrus the Great ( 538 BC ) and the completion and dedication of the new Temple in Jerusalem in the sixth year of Darius ( 515 BC ), the second telling of the subsequent mission of Ezra to Jerusalem and his struggle to purify the Jews from the sin of marriage with non-Jews.
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The first part of the road was steep, but it leveled off after the second bend and curled gradually into the valley.
When it was followed by a second, whining even closer, Cobb swerved sharply aside into a depression.
There had been a good second or two during which my muffler had been blowing out, and now I was certain I'd seen her somewhere before.
He was aware of her as a frightfully good-looking American WAC, a second lieutenant assigned to do the paper work, ( regardless of how important she might have thought she was ) in the Command offices, but that was all.
A phony blonde hanging onto a bygone youth and beauty, but irreparably stringy in the neck, she was already working on her second gin and tonic, though it was not yet ten A.M.
Their skin was covered with a thin coating of sweat and dirt which had almost the consistency of a second skin.
The second specific comment was the report of Eisenhower's Commission on National Goals, titled Goals For Americans.
He gave us a simile to explain his admission that even at the worst period of his second illness it never occurred to him there was any renewed question about his running: as in the Battle of the Bulge, he had no fears about the outcome until he read the American newspapers.
Its second press release was on January 15, 1958, and it recommended that the secret papers be destroyed.
One shawl was so tremendous that she could not wear it, so she draped it over the banister on the second floor, and it hung over the stairway.
The second half of the sixteenth century in England was the setting for a violent and long controversy over the moral quality of renaissance literature, especially the drama.
Bridges, a son by his second wife, was christened at Pebworth in 1607, but Thomas the younger was living at Packwood two years later and sold Broad Marston manor in 1622.
Andre Malraux's The Walnut Trees Of Altenburg was written in the early years of the second World War, during a period of enforced leisure when he was taken prisoner by the Germans after the fall of France.
The House was his habitat and there he flourished, first as a young representative, then as a forceful committee chairman, and finally in the post for which he seemed intended from birth, Speaker of the House, and second most powerful man in Washington.
When he came to Baltimore, he was leaving a team which was supposed to win the National League pennant, and he was joining what seemed to be a second division American League club.
But during the second half of the century its fortunes reached a low point and when in 1897 Cyrus H. K. Curtis purchased it -- `` paper, type, and all '' -- for $1,000 it was a 16-page weekly filled with unsigned fiction and initialed miscellany, and with only some 2,000 subscribers.
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The second timely part of this sketch of literature and the search for identity has to do with the difference between good and enduring literary works and the ephemeral mass culture products of today.
The formula has proven enduring: Pierrot is still a fixture at Bakken, the oldest amusement park in the world, where he plays the nitwit talking to and entertaining children, and at nearby Tivoli Gardens, the second oldest, where the Harlequin and Columbine act is performed as a pantomime and ballet.
After enduring a harsh winter in 1133, the monks applied to join the Cistercian order and in 1135 became the second house of that order in northern England, after Rievaulx.
The second goal was to promote the Lincoln Highway as an example to, in Fisher's words, " stimulate as nothing else could the building of enduring highways everywhere that will not only be a credit to the American people but that will also mean much to American agriculture and American commerce.
The most enduring of these " girlfriends " was an aspiring actress named Jackie Park, who bore a " startling " resemblance to Warner's second wife.
His second opera, The Bartered Bride, survived the unfortunate mistiming of its opening night and became an enduring popular triumph.
Norton's enduring legacy as a fighter is that he is considered second to Joe Frazier as Ali's main nemesis and toughest opponent.
Martinique got its second enduring financial institution in 1863 when the Crédit Foncier Colonial opened its doors in Saint Pierre.
Ofra Haza from Israel, who took the second place, had an enduring success with her song " Chai " which became a hit in Europe, launching her career.
* Dr. Joyce Brothers – Only the second contestant to win the show's big prize ( after expertly thwarting numerous attempts to bump her from the show because Martin Revson was said to have disliked her and doubted her credibility as a boxing expert ), Brothers has enjoyed the most enduring fame and media success among anyone who rose to prominence by way of Question.
However, the club shortly thereafter fell on hard times, enduring successive relegations from the first ( in 2002 – 03 ) and second divisions ( 2003 – 04 ).
The second relegation led to the club enduring financial problems, which resulted in Lille selling many of its best players, most notably Jean Vincent to Stade de Reims for a then-French record of ₣ 19 million.
Aside from the regular improvised discussions and fake ads, one of the show's most enduring features was the listener giveaway segment, " The Fat ", two of which occurred per show (" the first Fat of the afternoon ", typically open to women only, and " the second Fat of the afternoon ", open to all comers ).
Highlighted by a reworked group version of " Willin '," the track that had led Frank Zappa to sack guitarist and vocalist Lowell George from The Mothers of Invention, it also featured such enduring tracks as " A Apolitical Blues ," " Easy to Slip " and the title track, all by guitarist and lead vocalist Lowell George, the second co-written with Martin Kibbee ( a. k. a. Fred Martin ), a former bandmate ( The Factory ), and the first appearance of the " George / Martin " credit on a Little Feat record.
Only a fan campaign had prevented it from being canceled after the second season, but despite this apparent unpopularity, the show had a special quality to it that attracted a loyal fan base, and during syndication of the program in the early 1970s it proved to have an enduring popularity that would not go away.
The breaking point in James ' relationship with the English political class came in June 1688 when his second wife gave birth to a son, which opened the prospect of an enduring Catholic Stuart dynasty.
The strongest of the Otokojuku first years, Momotaro Tsurugi, while enduring and overcoming the strict training of the malicious instructors and the second years, resolves the problems of the other first years with wisdom, kindness, and a manly spirit.
Part of the symphony's enduring appeal is due to the nostalgic main melody in the second movement, which is said to have expressed Dvořák's homesickness for Bohemia.
Garvey was part of the most enduring infield in baseball history along with third baseman Ron Cey, shortstop Bill Russell and second baseman Davey Lopes.
He helped create an enduring record when scoring 234 in the second Test against England at Sydney in December 1946 ; exactly the same score as his captain, Don Bradman, in the process setting a world-record 405 run fifth wicket partnership.
After enduring a second consecutive year decimated by a lingering back injury, Weight announced his retirement following the 2010 – 11 season on May 26, 2011.
However, the Gunslingers ' most enduring memory of that first season was when the lights at Alamo Stadium went out during their second game -- and didn't come back on for an hour.
Beginning in the second half of the 18th century, when Poland lost its independence during the period of partitions, Wawel became a symbol of the enduring nation and wittnessed demonstrations and gatherings of Cracovians against the foreign occupation.