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ANNE BOGART
ANNE WILLAN
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ANNE SMITH
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ANNE HILLS
QUEEN ANNE STAKES
HENRY VIII
HEVER CASTLE
ANNE MONTMINY
ANNE BAXTER
ANNE DONOVAN
GREEN GABLES
MARGOT
ANNE MURRAY
PATRICIA ANNE STRATIGIAS
ANNE WALDMAN
ANNE HECHE
ANNE MICHAELS
SAINT ANNE
BERGEN-BELSEN CONCENTRATION CAMP
MARGOT FRANK
ANNE DUDLEY
BERGEN-BELSEN
ANNE PARILLAUD
ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH
ANNE SEXTON
ANNE TYLER
ANNE HATHAWAY
OWN RIGHTS
ANNE BRADSTREET
ANNE KLEIN
ANNE PERRY
ANNE MCCAFFREY
ANNE RICE
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Anne was the last British monarch to refuse her assent to an Act of Parliament (a militia bill in 1707).
  2. Anne is an Albertan provincial electoral district, located in central Alberta.
  3. Anne is the only human connection RoboCop has in the film, and is his only real feeling of memory.
  4. Anne was born in Valladolid, Spain and baptised Ana Maria Mauricia, as the daughter of Habsburg parents, Philip III, king of Spain, and Margaret of Austria.
  5. Anne was briefly reunited with two friends, Hanneli Goslar (nicknamed "Lies" in the diary) and Nanette Blitz, who both survived the war.

Cleves

  1. Anne of Cleves and the Castle are owned and maintained by the Sussex Archaeological Society (whose headquarters are in Lewes).

Last Monarch

  1. In practice, however, the Royal Assent is always granted; the last monarch to withhold Assent was Anne, who rejected a Scots militia bill in 1708.
  2. Queen Anne was the last monarch to exercise this power, which she did on 11 March 1708 with regard to a bill "for the settling of Militia in Scotland ".

Diarist Anne Frank

  1. Anne Frank Remembered is a 1995 documentary film, made by Jon Blair, about the life of the diarist Anne Frank.

Anne Ursu

  1. Anne Ursu is the author of the novels Spilling Clarence and The Disapparation of James.

Anne Bogart

  1. In such a book there are always missing figures, and here one regrets the absence of Anne Bogart and Tadashi Suzuki.

Anne Willan

  1. AUTHOR BIO: ANNE WILLAN has 40 years of culinary experience as an author, columnist, and teacher.

Anne Savage

  1. About the Author The author, Anne McDougall, or Anne MacDermot, as she has been known in her journalistic career, is a niece of Anne Savage.

Anne Smith

  1. Smith's father was also called John Smith and he had a sister called Anne Smith, Lady Dashwood.

Senator Anne

  1. Senator Anne Cools is a powerhouse in representing children in Canada.

Anne Hills

  1. In 1984, Tom briefly was a member of a trio (along with Bob Gibson and Anne Hills) known as the Best of Friends.

Queen Anne Stakes

  1. Run as the Trial Stakes until 1929, the Queen Anne Stakes was first awarded Group Three status in 1971, becoming Group Two in 1984.

Henry Viii

  1. Near to Roman Villa, this historic family mansion, church and garden was frequented by Henry VIII and Queen Anne.

Hever Castle

  1. Henry VIII later gave Hever Castle to his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves and there is an exhibition in the castle about Anne of Cleves and Henry VIII's wives.

Anne Montminy

  1. Anne Montminy of Canada earned bronze with 540.15.

Anne Baxter

  1. In the book, Anne Baxter blamed the failure of her first marriage to Hodiak on herself.

Anne Donovan

  1. Anne Donovan is the author of the novel Buddha Da and the short story collection, Hieroglyphics, both published by Canongate.

Green Gables

  1. Lucy Maud Montgomery (November 30, 1874 - April 24, 1942) was a Canadian author, best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables.
  2. Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery of Prince Edward Island is one of English-Canada's best known contribution to general popular culture.
  3. The film formed the basis for the 1987 CBC Television miniseries Anne of Avonlea, which was retitled Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel in subsequent airings.

Margot

  1. Anne and Margot were moved to Bergen-Belsen at the end of October 1944.
  2. Witnesses later testified that Margot fell from her bunk in her weakened state and was killed by the shock, and that a few days later Anne also died.
  3. Margot and Anne each hoped to return to school as soon as they were able, and continued with their studies while in hiding.

Anne Murray

  1. I didn't necessarily know that Anne Murray or Joni Mitchell were Canadian, I just knew they were on the radio with every other superstar.
  2. The other top hitmakers are Hank Snow (who first turned the trick in 1950), Anne Murray (first No.

Patricia Anne Stratigias

  1. Patricia Anne Stratigias, better known as Trish Stratus, is a former fitness model, former professional wrestler and television personality from Canada.

Anne Waldman

  1. Among his most famous and well known students are Pema Chödrön, Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, and Diane di Prima.

Anne Heche

  1. Donna had twins, Marley and Victoria (first played by Ellen Wheeler and later by Anne Heche), who ended up reunited after many years apart.
  2. Anne Heche has been spotted around the Sundance Film Festival with her hot man, James Tupper, who she is expecting a child with.
  3. In 2007,Anne Heche and her husband Coleman Laffoon divorced after five years of marriage.

Anne Michaels

  1. Canada has had a bumper crop of poet-novelist switch hitters: Margaret Atwood, Robert Kroetsch, Anne Michaels, Michael Ondaatje.

Saint Anne

  1. Reflection: Saint Anne is glorious among the Saints, not only as the mother of Mary, but because she gave Mary to God.
  2. Church tradition and early non-biblical writings state that she was the daughter of Saint Joachim and Saint Anne.
  3. Amazing as it may sound, Google actually thinks Ann Coulter and Ann Althouse are more important than Queen Anne or Saint Anne.

Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp

  1. In the fall of 1944, with the Soviet liberation of Poland underway, Anne was moved with her sister Margot to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany.

Margot Frank

  1. February or March 1945: Anne and Margot Frank die at the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp within days of each other.
  2. A diary kept by Margot Frank during her time in hiding is mentioned by Anne in her writings but has never been found.
  3. More than 8,000 women, including Anne and Margot Frank and Auguste van Pels, were transported, but Edith Frank was left behind.

Anne Dudley

  1. Anne Dudley is an orchestral composer and pop musician and has been the BBC Concert Orchestra 's Composer in Association since January 2002.

Bergen-Belsen

  1. Anne and Margot died of typhus in Bergen-Belsen in March 1945, only a few weeks before this concentration camp was liberated.
  2. Anne Frank, whose wartime diary later became world-famous, died of typhus at Bergen-Belsen in March 1945.
  3. Anne and her sister Margot are later sent to Bergen-Belsen where Anne dies of typhus on March 15, 1945.

Anne Parillaud

  1. Anne Parillaud is a big star in France and on the international art-house circuit.
  2. Anne Parillaud stars as a lethal, world-weary assassin in the first and as a skittish, wide-eyed newlywed in the other.

Anne Morrow Lindbergh

  1. Anne Morrow Lindbergh would later write a book about the Apollo program, entitled Earth Shine, which mentions both the launch and the mission.
  2. The two men met in 1968, and Lindbergh and his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, were Armstrong's guests for the Apollo 11 launch.
  3. Lindbergh III, born June 22, 1930 in Englewood, New Jersey, dead in 1932, was the son of world famous aviator Charles Lindbergh and Anne Morrow Lindbergh.

Anne Sexton

  1. Like Plath, Anne Sexton was a passionate woman who attempted to be wife, mother, and poet on the eve of the women's movement in the United States.
  2. Indeed, with James Dickey, Anne Sexton was one of the poetry celebrities during this time, famous across the United States.
  3. Lowell was called the father of the confessional poets, a term used to describe among others Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton, and John Berryman.

Anne Tyler

  1. Anne Tyler is a great writer and I highly recommed it to other readers and other fans of this author.
  2. Thank you Anne Tyler for creating such unforgettable characters and filling this book with wit, creativity and enormous heart.
  3. In the winter of 2003, Anne Tyler took some time out to talk with us about some of her favorite books, authors, and interests.

Anne Hathaway

  1. Has the same name as William Shakespeare 's wife, Anne Hathaway.
  2. Anne Hathaway has taken on the role of the White Queen in the 2010 adaptation alongside Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen.
  3. Candice Bergen has signed on to co-star opposite Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway in the romantic comedy "Bride Wars" for Fox 2000 and New Regency.

Own Rights

  1. Anne Bradstreet and Emily Dickinson are both respected women poets in their own rights.

Anne Bradstreet

  1. Born and educated in England, Anne Bradstreet was the daughter of an earl's estate manager.
  2. One of the first recorded poets of the British colonies was Anne Bradstreet (1612–1672), who remains one of the earliest known women poets in English.
  3. Anne Bradstreet and Edward Taylor were both poets of the Puritan tradition in New England.

Anne Klein

  1. In the 1970s, she then got a job through her mother as an intern with Anne Klein, where she was eventually promoted to associate designer in 1971.
  2. With the death of Anne Klein in 1974, Donna Karan was named her successor.

Anne Perry

  1. Anne Perry, daughter of Mississippi weavers and a weaver herself, meets a man and moves north with him, to Washington.
  2. The featured selection will be "The Face of a Stranger" by Anne Perry, the first in the William Monk Victorian London mystery book series.
  3. Anne Perry of El Cajon said she and husband, Joe, have sent friends and family Christmas cards bearing their dogs' photos for the past five years.

Anne Mccaffrey

  1. The official homepage of SouCon MUSH, an online game which celebrates Pern, the world of Anne McCaffrey, set in the Southern Continent.
  2. Anne McCaffrey, the Hugo Award—winning author of the bestselling Dragonriders of Pern novels, is one of science fiction's most popular authors.
  3. In 1983 when Anne McCaffrey was the Guest of Honor at ConText I, she hosted Thanksgiving dinner for Ms. McCaffrey and 35 hungry fen.

Anne Rice

  1. This book by Anne Rice is a lot shorter then her other works.
  2. Caitlin R Kiernan is a novelist with a limited scope, best known for imitating the dark fantasy writing styles of Poppy Z Brite and Anne Rice.
  3. At the time I did Fevre Dream in 1982, Anne Rice had done the first of her books.

Protection

  1. ANNE BARKER: The Jockeys Association is today launching a campaign to lobby the racing industry to provide better protection for Australia's 860 jockeys.

Famous

  1. Nippon Animation is famous for producing numerous anime series based on works of literature such as Anne of Green Gables and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
  2. The most famous and most often reported ghost in the Tower is Anne Boleyn.
  3. Anne Morrow Lindbergh also became famous for her poetry and other writings.

Jones

  1. BOONE – NASCAR’s 1960 champion, Rex White, and his biographer, Anne B. Jones, will speak at Appalachian State University on March 30 at 7:30 p.m.
  2. Armani Exchange, Jones New York and Anne Klein are two examples of a better-priced line.

Silver

  1. Anne, edging Courtney Strait of Clifton Park, N.Y. Strait, who picked up the giant slalom and Super-G championships last week, took silver in 1:12.77.
  2. The 26-year-old has two 10-metre synchro medals to her name: a silver with Anne Montminy in Sydney, and bronze with Blythe Hartley in Athens.
  3. One result was that silver was too soft for for elaborate decoration and more simple "Queen Anne" lines took hold.

Andrew

  1. The children of HM The Queen (Charles, Anne, Andrew and Edward) are styled HRH because they are children of the sovereign, a queen.
  2. She married Philip Mountbatten, a distant cousin, in 1947; the pair have four children: Charles, Prince of Wales, Anne, Andrew and Edward.

Robert

  1. He is a metallurgist, and they are the parents of 7 children: Patricia McConnell, Mary, Margaret Turner, James, Robert, Anne, and Paul.
  2. The script is by Robert W. Lenski, a veteran of adapting for television popular novels like Anne Tyler’s Breathing Lessons.

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  1. Anne Frank House – Down the street from the Westerkerk is the Anne Frank house, sandwiched in among other houses along the Prinsengracht.
  2. One of the first recorded poets of the British colonies was Anne Bradstreet (1612–1672), who remains one of the earliest known women poets in English.

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