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LEIGH
ONTARIO LIBERAL PARTY
BOGART
AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE
ELIZA DOOLITTLE
SCREEN LEGEND
PATRICK HEPBURN
OLD SAYBROOK
CARY GRANT
MITCHELL HEPBURN
AUDREY HEPBURN
WOMEN
COLON
CAREER
RECORD
COURT
FIVE
JAPANESE
YORK CITY
EARL
LIFE
ONTARIO
PREMIER
LEGEND
DEAL
SUCCESSOR
BEGINNING
DEPRESSION
CHASE
FILMING
SUCCESS
BROADWAY
ISSUE
GRANT
FAIR LADY
MEMBER
AMERICAN SOCIETY
WILLIAMSON
ROMAN HOLIDAY
LARGE COLLECTION
CLOSE FRIENDS
ELECTRIC POWER
AFRICAN QUEEN
JOHN WAYNE
WOMAN
YOUNG WOMAN
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Hepburn (Katharine Hepburn) is a great model for how I see Lois - strong but fragile.
  2. Hepburn was a member of the International Best Dressed List and elevated into its Hall of Fame in 1961.
  3. Hepburn is a Scottish family name that is also associated with a variety of famous personages, eponyms, places, and things.
  4. Hepburn is a small community in Iowa in the United States.
  5. Hepburn is a town in Saskatchewan in Canada.

Leigh

  1. On August 30 Olivier and Leigh were married in Santa Barbara, California, in a ceremony attended only by their witnesses, Katharine Hepburn and Garson Kanin. (Web site)

Ontario Liberal Party

  1. The battle between Hepburn and King split the Ontario Liberal Party and led to Hepburn's ouster as leader.

Bogart

  1. From AudioFile Images of Bogart and Hepburn only enhance the tale of this unlikely pair during their determined assault against the Germans.

American Film Institute

  1. In 1999, Davis was placed second, behind Katharine Hepburn, on the American Film Institute 's list of the greatest female stars of all time. (Web site)
  2. In 1999, the American Film Institute ranked Hepburn as the top female star of all time. (Web site)

Eliza Doolittle

  1. To calm her nerves before singing during her audition for Eliza Doolittle, originally played by Audrey Hepburn, Keira Knightley had some liquid courage.

Screen Legend

  1. Katharine Hepburn is a screen legend.

Patrick Hepburn

  1. He also served as tutor to Patrick Hepburn, 3rd Earl of Bothwell, his elder brother Adam 's great-grandson.

Old Saybrook

  1. Hepburn lived and died in the Fenwick section of Old Saybrook. (Web site)

Cary Grant

  1. Katharine Hepburn is a harebrained heroine indeed, and Cary Grant an immensely eccentric hero.

Mitchell Hepburn

  1. The Ontario Liberal Party, led by Mitchell Hepburn, was re-elected for a second term in government, with a slightly reduced majority in the Legislature. (Web site)

Audrey Hepburn

  1. Afdera Franchetti was married to Henry Fonda from 1957 to 1961; they met in Italy while he was filming War and Peace with Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer. (Web site)
  2. Audrey Hepburn, the actress who epitomized Hollywood chic in the 1950's and 60's, died yesterday at her home in Tolochenaz, near Lausanne, Switzerland.
  3. It is sometimes claimed that Audrey Hepburn and Katharine Hepburn were related.

Women

  1. Actresses Marlene Dietrich and Katharine Hepburn were often photographed in trousers from the 1930s and helped make trousers acceptable for women.
  2. With Audrey Hepburn - like models as the new embodiments of haute couture, women once again felt too fat. (Web site)

Colon

  1. At the age of 63, Audrey Hepburn died from colon cancer in Tolochenaz, Switzerland on January 20, 1993. (Web site)

Career

  1. Highlights include a rare photograph of Audrey Hepburn taken at the pinnacle of her career in 1956 by renowned portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh.
  2. Katharine Hepburn often expressed her gratitude toward Ludlow for his financial and moral support in the early days of her career. (Web site)

Record

  1. The record as submitted by Mr. Knapp dates from the passage of the Hepburn act in 1906. (Web site)

Court

  1. But the Court did not at all rely on the Hepburn Act for this latter holding.

Five

  1. Hepburn in the one-woman play Tea at Five at the Hippodrome Tuesday through Jan.

Japanese

  1. In 1867 the word "nori" first appeared in an English-language publication — "A Japanese and English Dictionary," by James C. Hepburn. (Web site)
  2. For discussion of the system for the Romanization of Japanese, see Hepburn romanization.

York City

  1. There is a garden dedicated to Katharine Hepburn in New York City on East 49th Street and 2nd Ave.

Earl

  1. This branch of the family originated in Lothian when a Hepburn was granted land having saved the Earl of March from a horse that had lost control.

Life

  1. Katharine Hepburn starred in the 1969 Broadway musical Coco based on the life of Coco Chanel.

Ontario

  1. Born in St. Thomas, Ontario, Hepburn worked as an onion farmer and also worked for the Canadian Bank of Commerce from 1913 to 1917. (Web site)
  2. McGuinty became the first Liberal leader in Ontario to win two successive majorities in the legislature since Mitchell Hepburn in the 1937 election. (Web site)

Premier

  1. Mitchell Hepburn is the youngest ever Premier of Ontario.

Legend

  1. Katharine Hepburn is a legend lost, but a legend that will be forever remembered.

Deal

  1. Few railroads complained because the Elkins law did not deal with the regulatory issues that formed the background for the Hepburn Act of 1906.

Successor

  1. B Hepburn resigned as Premier in October 1942 after designating Gordon Daniel Conant as his successor, and Conant was sworn in as Premier. (Web site)

Beginning

  1. Beginning with the Hepburn Act (1906), the ICC's jurisdiction was gradually extended beyond railroads to all common carriers except airplanes by 1940. (Web site)

Depression

  1. Discredited by the Depression, the Conservatives were defeated in the 1934 election by the Liberals, led by a farmer from western Ontario, Mitchell Hepburn.

Chase

  1. The United States Supreme Court, with Salmon P. Chase (former Secretary of the Treasury) ruled the practice of legal tender unconstitutional in Hepburn v.

Filming

  1. It is believed that he had a brief affair with Audrey Hepburn during the filming of Two for the Road.

Success

  1. Intoxicated by her success, Hepburn felt it was time to return to the theater. (Web site)
  2. The last Liberal Party Premier to achieve such success was Mitchell Hepburn during the 1930s. (Web site)

Broadway

  1. In addition to appearing on film, TV, and Broadway, Katharine Hepburn is a best selling author.
  2. His co-stars as the cockney flower girl Eliza were Julie Andrews on Broadway and Audrey Hepburn in the movie. (Web site)

Issue

  1. See 49 U.S.C. § 15. Under the Hepburn Act, however, the Commission could not issue an order affecting a rate until it had become effective. (Web site)
  2. A "wet", Hepburn was able to end the divisions in the party around the issue of temperance which had reduced it to a narrow sect.

Grant

  1. Sylvia Scarlett is a George Cukor-directed gem costarring Cary Grant, though Hepburn and Grant are most decidedly not in wacky Bringing Up Baby mode.

Fair Lady

  1. Vocally, Audrey Hepburn was given time to practice, and she did record My Fair Lady with a lengthy preparation of her own singing voice.
  2. Nixon would later play one of Julie Andrews' fellow nuns in The Sound Of Music, as well as the voice-over for Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady.
  3. Hepburn starred in 1964's My Fair Lady which was said to be the most anticipated movie since Gone With The Wind.

Member

  1. Mitchell Hepburn, a farmer and former U Member of the Legislative Assembly ]], but sat among their ranks in parliament. (Web site)

American Society

  1. For a time, Hepburn served as president of the American Society of Professional Automobile Racers.

Williamson

  1. But the heart of this film is the very palpable emotion between Hepburn and Connery (and between Connery and Williamson).

Roman Holiday

  1. Roman Holiday is the film that brought Audrey Hepburn to prominence, and the world movie audience went weak at the knees. (Web site)

Large Collection

  1. Charles A Hepburn, was a Glasgow based mercantile philanthropist who donated a large collection of books and manuscripts to the University of Glasgow.

Close Friends

  1. The auction netted several million dollars, which Hepburn willed mostly to her family and close friends, including television journalist Cynthia McFadden. (Web site)

Electric Power

  1. Hepburn also cut spending on electric power from Quebec, gave money to mining industries in northern Ontario, and introduced compulsory milk pasteurization. (Web site)

African Queen

  1. On Hepburn 's return from shooting The African Queen, they teamed with Cukor in 1952's Pat and Mike.

John Wayne

  1. Hepburn also appeared with John Wayne in Rooster Cogburn, which was essentially The African Queen done as a western. (Web site)

Woman

  1. Hepburn made her first appearance opposite Spencer Tracy in Woman of the Year (1942), directed by George Stevens. (Web site)

Young Woman

  1. Sylvia Scarlett is a romantic comedy set in England, in which Hepburn plays a young woman whose father is on the run for embezzlement. (Web site)
  2. Katharine Hepburn stars as Terry Randall a young woman who comes from a wealthy, socially connected family.

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