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Katya Roslev, who would be Katharine Ross so very soon now, rang up her first sale of the day and counted back the change.
smarter, and wear different kinds of clothes -- she'd be Katharine Ross, just what that sounded like.
Katharine Angell, the literary editor, recommended to magazine editor and founder Harold Ross that White be taken on as staff.
If you be not too much cloyed with fat meat, our humble author will continue the story, with Sir John in it, and make you merry with fair Katharine of France where, for any thing I know, Falstaff shall die of a sweat, unless already a ' be killed with your hard opinions ; for Oldcastle died a martyr, and this is not the man.
In 1939, he was selected to be part of a musical revue " One for the Money " produced by the actress Katharine Cornell, who was known for finding and hiring talented young actors.
Katharine M. Rogers in The Troublesome Helpmate alleges Christianity to be misogynistic, listing what she says are specific examples from the New Testament letters of the Christian apostle Paul of Tarsus.
As Kelley Winters ( pen-name Katharine Wilson ), an advocate for GID reform put it, " Behaviors that would be ordinary or even exemplary for gender-conforming boys and girls are presented as symptomatic of mental disorder for gender nonconforming children.
When Almásy finally escaped, he knew it was too late to save Katharine, so he allowed himself to be captured by the Germans, helping their spy cross the desert into Cairo.
Crawford secretly contacted each of the other Oscar nominees in the category ( Katharine Hepburn, Geraldine Page and Anne Bancroft, all East Coast-based actresses ), to let them know that if they could not attend the ceremony, she would be happy to accept the Oscar on their behalf ; all agreed.
Katharine Hepburn, Claudette Colbert, Margaret Sullavan, Ginger Rogers and Irene Dunne were offered the role, but turned it down, Dunne because she felt the part was too small and needed to be expanded.
Tess insists they work together as colleagues, showing she will be very different than Katharine.
Leading lady Katharine Hepburn, concerned about her health, was disinclined to do the stunt herself, but Lean felt it would be obvious if he replaced her with a double.
A review of the film for the San Francisco Examiner was one of many in which Keaton once again received comparison to Katharine Hepburn: " No longer relying on that stuttering uncertainty that seeped into all her characterizations of the 1970s, she has somehow become Katharine Hepburn with a deep maternal instinct, that is, she is a fine and intelligent actress who doesn't need to be tough and edgy in order to prove her feminism.
Cats would be used in what scholar Katharine M. Rogers calls " a more original way " in Lovecraft's 1923 work The Rats in the Walls.
After their wedding, she was styled Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent, though in 2002, she abandoned the style of Royal Highness and has expressed a preference to be known as Katharine Kent, or Katharine, Duchess of Kent, the latter the typical style of a divorced or widowed peeress, which she is not.
Just before the current Duke of Kent's wedding in June 1961 to Katharine Worsley, she announced that she wished to be known as HRH Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent instead of HRH The Dowager Duchess of Kent, a change in traditional style that was granted by her niece, Queen Elizabeth II.
Katharine Mary Briggs noted that a third distinction might be needed for " domesticated fairies " who live in human households, but such fairies might join with other fairies for merry-making and fairs.
Plan drawn up for the St. Katharine Dock Company showing the street and buildings which would need to be demolished to make way for the new dock.
Katharine Hepburn was eager to play in the screen version, but the Hollywood censors weren't ready for a woman to be " sloshed " on screen for two acts and be rewarded with a happy ending.

be and Ross
Also, Sen. Edmund G. Ross received assurances that the radical constitutions ratified in South Carolina and Arkansas would be transmitted to the Congress.
Ludwig Ross, the German archaeologist appointed Curator of the Antiquities of Athens at the time of the establishment of the Kingdom of Greece, by his explorations in the Greek islands from 1835 onwards, called attention to certain early intaglios, since known as Inselsteine ; but it was not until 1878 that C. T. Newton demonstrated these to be no strayed Phoenician products.
In the 1996 presidential election, Clinton was re-elected, receiving 49. 2 % of the popular vote over Republican Bob Dole ( 40. 7 % of the popular vote ) and Reform candidate Ross Perot ( 8. 4 % of the popular vote ), becoming the first Democratic incumbent since Lyndon Johnson to be elected to a second term and the first Democrat since Franklin Roosevelt to be elected President more than once.
The Supremes, The group that made Ross famous and without which there probably wouldn't be any Diana Ross, scored a handful of hits in the disco clubs without Ross, most notably 1976's " I'm Gonna Let My Heart Do the Walking " and, their last charted single before disbanding, 1977's " You're My Driving Wheel ".
In the sixth season premiere, Ross and Rachel's marriage is established to be a drunken mistake, and they divorce several episodes later.
The season revolves around Rachel's pregnancy ; Ross is revealed to be the father after an investigation involving a red sweater.
Joey and Rachel try to contend with Ross ' feelings about them being together and decide it would be best to remain friends.
Billionaire tycoon Ross Perot made a donation of US $ 10 million, on the condition that it be named in honor of Morton H. Meyerson, the longtime patron of the arts in Dallas.
While the two men wonder at these pronouncements, the witches vanish, and another thane, Ross, arrives and informs Macbeth of his newly bestowed title: Thane of Cawdor, as the previous Thane of Cawdor shall be put to death for his traitorous activities.
Nominees participate in nationally televised debates, and while the debates are usually restricted to the Democratic and Republican nominees, third party candidates may be invited, such as Ross Perot in the 1992 debates.
" Ross Buncle argues that the late-1970s punk scene in Perth, Australia " opened the door to a host of poseurs, who were less interested in the music than in UK-punk fancy dress and being seen to be hip.
It is, indeed, the cardinal weakness of this form of intuitionism that no satisfactory list can be given and that no moral principles have the " constant and never-failing entity ," or the definiteness, of the concepts of geometry ( these attacks are not uncontested — see, for example, the " Common Sense " tradition from Thomas Reid to James McCosh and the Oxford Realists Harold Prichard and Sir William David Ross ).
Ross wanted to create a sophisticated humor magazine that would be different from perceivably " corny " humor publications such as Judge, where he had worked, or Life.
** Nellie Tayloe Ross becomes the first woman to be named director of the United States Mint.
As Governor Clinton's nomination acceptance speech approached, Ross Perot dropped out of the race, convinced that staying in the race with a " revitalized Democratic Party " would cause the race to be decided by the United States House of Representatives.
Ross Perot's re-entry in the race was welcome by the Bush campaign, as Fred Steeper, a poll taker for Bush, said, " He'll be important if we accomplish our goal, which is to draw even with Clinton.
Psychiatrist Colin Ross disagrees with Piper and Merskey's conclusion that DID cannot be accurately diagnosed, pointing to internal consistency between different structured dissociative disorder interviews ( including the Dissociative Experiences Scale, Dissociative Disorders Interview Schedule and Structured Clinical Interview for Dissociative Disorders ) that are in the internal validity range of widely accepted mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and major depressive disorder.

be and work
That should do it, he thought, because Miss Langford had said she was going to be strict about school work.
If communications work, his decision would be instantly known in all command posts that would originate the actual go order.
After that, it requires several minutes of concentrated work, including six separate and deliberate actions by a minimum of three men sitting at three separate stations in a bomber, each with another man beside him to help, for an armed bomb to be released.
The work must be true to both the physical and the spiritual character of the experience.
And any sequence can not only change its positions in the work but can even be eliminated from it altogether.
I knew that a conversation with the author would not settle such questions, because a man is not the same as his writing: in the last analysis, the questions had to be settled by the work itself.
In the work of every artist, I suppose, there may be found one or more moments which strike the student as absolutely decisive, ultimately emblematic of what it is all about ; ;
He catches criminals not merely because he is paid to do so ( frequently he does not receive a fee at all ), but because he enjoys his work, because he firmly believes that murder must be punished.
He borrows the insights of psychology to improve his impaired vision but cannot bring to his work the distinctive vision that should be a novelist's own.
but the basic puzzles of existence would still be puzzling, and we should still have to work out the sort of problems we plan to discuss in this article.
how can he be financed so that he can find the work he ought to do??
The work had its beginning in 1938 with an eight-bar musical strain to which Koehler set the words `` There'll be no more work ; ;
To document his charge, Pike set up two parallel columns in The Advocate showing the price charged by The Gazette and the considerably lower price for which the work could be done elsewhere.
Seven of the prisoners were sentenced to be confined in irons for as long as it pleased the court, set to work and, if they broke jail or proclaimed heresy, to be executed if convicted.
Our students want occupations that permit them to use their talents and training, to be creative and original, to work with and to help other people.
As a group they should be favorable to a concept of gradual Germanic infiltration although the specialist nature of much of their work, e.g. Seebohm, Gray and Finberg, tends to obscure their sympathies.
This is not to assume that his work was without merit, but the validity of his assumptions concerning the meaning of history must always be considered against this background of an unprofessional approach.
However, his subject matter and basic themes have remained surprisingly consistent, and these, together with certain key poetic images, may be traced through all his work, including the new jazz experiments.
Then a full-time planning office will be established in Rome to work with a five-member Georgia Tech research staff for development of an area planning and industrial development program.
The work week of attendants who are on duty 65 hours and more per week should be reduced.
Although the United States and the U.S.S.R. have been arguing whether there shall be four, five or six top assistants, the most important element in the situation is not the number of deputies but the manner in which these deputies are to do their work.
The work is executed in England ( by hand ) and can be worked in any desired design and color.
For those who `` like poetry but never get around to reading it '', the Library of Congress makes it possible for poets to be heard reading their own work.

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