References in periodicals archive ?
GRAVE Spot where Lady Fanny rests "They had a tryst and became secret lovers, but eventually her father James Sinclair found out what was going on and was very displeased.
Shortly after the sinking, Cunard made the decision not to employ any more female crew members during wartime, and Fanny worked as a tram conductress among other jobs, until 1919 when she rejoined the shipping line.
Mirroring Teva's fun, independent spirit, JammyPack takes the iconic fanny pack to the next level with built-in speakers for music on the move.
Fanny, 24, said: "I did not want people to think I was with him for the money.
Fanny and Stevenson meet at an art colony in France and he is immediately smitten with her.
2) Subsequently, the decision reached at the end of The Flower of May to locate any 'transforming experience' abroad, that Fanny Morrow might have, is illustrated in O'Brien's last novel, As Music and Splendour, where the events take place in France and Italy, and the heroines live outside of Ireland.
Sorry to whoever is in Dubai and wants to see Finding Fanny in English.
We thought Fanny re would be the song everyone would enjoy, but I think people are really enjoying Shake your bootiya, " she told the media.
The Fido Fanny Pack's proprietary features also enable it to make cleaning up after one's dog an easier proposition.
Just as after the dinner at the parsonage he plans to "'make Fanny Price in love with me,'" at Mrs.
But Robert Louis Stevenson and his wife Fanny are not Frank Lloyd Wright and Mamah Cheney.
Fanny said: "The Mayor kissed me several times - it made me laugh all day afterwards.
Fanny Price is an example of constancy in the sense of integrity--of wholehearted commitment to ethical principle in every aspect of her life, of character that remains firm and consistent in the face of temptation, discouragement, and disappointment.
On a mission to wipe a smile off the face of the strongest competition - while bringing a whole lot of cheer to the rest of us - are new "all-girls" sketch group Your Aunt Fanny.
It was three o'clock in the morning when Vinzenz's cell phone rang; Vinzenz had just gotten to sleep after having zapped his way through the TV channels for hours--so it seemed to him the next day--restless, searching, never putting down the remote control, never staying with one program for longer than a few seconds, when his cell phone rang about at about three o'clock, and after a brief greeting, Fanny asked him whether those beige Nike shoes of his that were in her apartment, whether she could give them to a homeless woman, Fanny asked him on the morning of December 6.