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Elizabeth Darrell
Elizabeth Darrell may refer to: Elizabeth Darrell (maid-of-honour), mistress of the poet Sir Thomas Wyatt Elizabeth Darrell (nee de Calstone), owner of
Jan 27th 2017



Elizabeth Darrell (courtier)
Elizabeth Darrell (born c. 1513 – c. 1556 ) was the long-term mistress and muse of Wyatt Sir Thomas Wyatt. They had one surviving child, Francis. Wyatt was
Sep 29th 2016



William Darrell of Littlecote
William Darrell (23 June 1539 – 1 October 1589) of Littlecote House, Wiltshire, later of Warwick Lane, London; was an English Member of Parliament for
Apr 7th 2017



John Darrell
For those of a similar name, see Johnny Darrell and John Darell (disambiguation). John Darrell (born 1562 in or near Mansfield) was an Anglican clergyman
Jul 13th 2016



Peter Darrell
Peter Darrell CBE (16 September 1929 - 2 December 1987), was a ballet dancer, choreographer, and founder of the Scottish Ballet. He was born 'Peter Skinner
Feb 11th 2016



Darrell Hammond
This article is about the comedian. For the founder of KaBOOM!, see Darell Hammond. For the arena football player, see Darryl Hammond. Darrell Clayton
Apr 21st 2017



Elizabeth Donald
Elizabeth Donald (born 1975) is an American author, best known for writing horror and science fiction, including the Nocturnal Urges vampire mystery series
Jun 14th 2016



Dangerous Ground
Dangerous Ground is a 1997 action thriller film starring Ice Cube and Elizabeth Hurley, directed by Darrell-RoodtDarrell Roodt and written by Greg Latter and Darrell
Mar 1st 2017



Darrell McGraw
Darrell Vivian McGraw, Jr. (born November 8, 1936 in McGraws-Tipple, Wyoming County, West Virginia) is an American Democratic politician. He is the brother
Apr 14th 2017



Darrell Winfield
Darrell H. Winfield (July 30, 1929 – January 12, 2015) was an American rancher and model best known as "The Marlboro Man" in television commercials and
Jan 9th 2017



Elizabeth Maconchy
Maconchy-Le-Fanu-DBE">Dame Elizabeth Violet Maconchy Le Fanu DBE (19 March 1907 – 11 November 1994) was an English composer of Irish heritage. Maconchy was born in Broxbourne
Mar 18th 2017



Elizabeth Brooke (1503–1560)
relationship with the King, Wyatt had begun a long-term affair with Elizabeth Darrell and he continued his association with his mistress. On February 14
Apr 18th 2017



Queen Elizabeth Power Station
Queen Elizabeth Power Station is a natural gas-fired station owned by SaskPower, located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The station was called the
Mar 30th 2017



Darrell Rankin
Darrell T. Rankin (born February 14, 1957) is a Canadian peace activist and communist politician. He was briefly the leader of the Communist Party of Canada
Feb 18th 2017



Littlecote House
Henry VIII courted Jane Seymour at the house; her grandmother was Elizabeth Darrell. Sir John Popham bought the reversion of Littlecote, and succeeded
Nov 21st 2016



Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award
The Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Award is an honour presented annually by the Royal Academy of Dance, to people who have made a significant contribution
Feb 1st 2017



City of Blood
City of Blood is a 1983 South African thriller film directed by Darrell Roodt and starring Joe Stewardson, Ian Yule, Ken Gampu. A coroner becomes involved
Aug 23rd 2016



Elizabeth Seymour, Lady Cromwell
      21. Elizabeth Calston               5. Elizabeth Darrell                             22. John
Mar 3rd 2017



John Seymour (died 1491)
Cokers in Wembdon. Seymour married twice. His first marriage was to Elizabeth Darrell (born c. 1451), daughter of Sir George Darrell (died c. 1474) of Littlecote
Feb 6th 2017



Changing the Game (film)
Changing the Game is a 2012 dramatic film starring Sean Riggs, Tony Todd, Raw Leiba, Sticky Fingaz, Brandon Ruckdashel and Irma P. Hall and directed by
Oct 10th 2016



Hey, Y'all
Hey, Y'all is the first major-label album of country music singer Elizabeth Cook. It was released August 27, 2002. All songs composed by Elizabeth Cook
Nov 2nd 2016



John Seymour (1425–1463)
John Seymour of Stapleford in Wilton, Wiltshire, and of Wulfhall in Savernake Forest, Wiltshire (c. 1425 – c. 1463) was an English landowner and Member
Nov 6th 2016



Emma Drummond
1931) is a British writer, who sometimes writes under the pen name Elizabeth Darrell. Drummond was born in a Military Hospital, as her father was a member
Dec 28th 2016



Bill Nye the Science Guy
Bill Nye the Science Guy is an American half-hour live action science program that originally aired from September 10, 1993, to June 20, 1998, and was
Apr 28th 2017



Ellen Pickering
Ellen Pickering (1801 or 1802 – 25 November 1843) was a British novelist who published sixteen three-volume novels, one of them posthumously. At a time
Oct 29th 2016



Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital
The-Queen-Elizabeth-II-Jubilee-HospitalThe Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital (QE II) is a public hospital located in Coopers Plains, Brisbane, Australia. The hospital was officially opened
Dec 25th 2016



Life Without Soul
Life Without Soul (1915) is a lost horror film, directed by Joseph W. Smiley and written by Jesse J. Goldburg. This film is an adaptation of Mary Shelley's
Feb 16th 2017



Yukon general election, 2011
The 37th general election in Yukon, Canada, took place on October 11, 2011, to return members to the 33rd Yukon Legislative Assembly. The incumbent government
Feb 2nd 2017



Eastlake (surname)
Eastlake is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Charles Eastlake (1836–1906), architect and furniture designer Sir Charles Lock Eastlake
Jun 15th 2013



Order of precedence in Yukon
This article is about the order of precedence for dignitaries in the territory of Yukon. For the federal list of precedence for Canadian dignitaries, see
Dec 6th 2013



Darrell Dexter
Darrell Elvin Dexter (born September 10, 1957) is a Canadian lawyer, journalist and former naval officer who served as the 27th Premier of the Canadian
Apr 18th 2017



Edward Leighton (died 1593)
Sir Edward Leighton (by 1525-1593) was an English politician. He was the eldest son of John Leighton of Wattlesborough Castle, Shropshire, and admitted
May 26th 2016



All Saints Eve (film)
All Saints Eve is a horror film directed by Gerry Lively who as a cinematographer had worked on the Waxwork films. The film stars Sean Whalen, Marc Macaulay
Jan 21st 2017



Communist Party of Canada (Ontario)
The Communist Party of Canada (Ontario) (French: Parti communiste du Canada (Ontario)) is the Ontario provincial wing of the Communist Party of Canada
Oct 18th 2016



Wilfred Lawson (died 1632)
son of Thomas Lawson of Little Usworth, County Durham and his wife Elizabeth Darrell, daughter of Constantine Darrell of Wiltshire. He was educated at
Nov 19th 2016



George Mason II
For other people named MasonMason George Mason, see MasonMason George Mason (disambiguation). MasonMason George Mason II (1660–1716) was an early American planter and statesman. Mason
Mar 30th 2017



Strip Tease (novel)
This article is about the novel by Carl Hiaasen. For the erotic dance, see Striptease. For the film based on the novel, see Striptease (film). Strip Tease
Feb 18th 2017



Michael Waltrip
Michael Curtis Waltrip (born April 30, 1963) is a retired American professional stock car racing driver, racing commentator, and published author. He is
Apr 24th 2017



Sarah (chimpanzee)
Sarah is an enculturated research chimpanzee whose cognitive skills are documented in The Mind of an Ape, by David Premack and Ann James Premack (1983)
Mar 3rd 2017



Mustard Bath (film)
Mustard Bath is a 1993 Canadian film written and directed by Darrell Wasyk. Matthew, a young medical student from Toronto, Ontario, returns to his birthplace
Jan 15th 2017



I'll Wait for You (film)
I'll Wait for You is a 1941 American drama film directed by Robert B. Sinclair and written by Guy Trosper. The film stars Robert Sterling, Marsha Hunt
Oct 22nd 2016



Krystin Pellerin
made her television debut on the second season of The Tudors as Lady Elizabeth Darrell alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers, where she spent five months filming
Nov 26th 2016



Barnabe Googe
Barnabe Googe or Goche (11 June 1540 – 7 February 1594) (also spelled Barnaby Goodge) was a poet and translator, one of the earliest English pastoral poets
Oct 12th 2016



The Romance of a Shop
The-RomanceThe Romance of a Shop is an 1888 novel by Amy Levy. The novel centers on the Lorimer sisters, who decide to open their own photography business after the
Aug 21st 2016



Troublemaker
Troublemaker, The Troublemaker, Trouble Maker, or Trouble Makers may refer to: Troublemaker: Let's Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again, a 2011
Jan 11th 2017



Dinosaur Planet (novel)
Dinosaur Planet is a science fiction novel by the American-Irish author Anne McCaffrey. It was a paperback original published in 1978, by Orbit Books (UK)
Jul 14th 2016



Billy Mays
For other people named William Mays, see William Mays (disambiguation). William Darrell "Billy" Mays Jr. (July 20, 1958 – June 28, 2009) was an American
Apr 26th 2017



Geoffrey Loftus
Geoffrey Loftus (born December 24, 1945) is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington. He specializes in memory and attention, and his
Feb 25th 2017



Scotney Castle
Scotney Castle is an English country house with formal gardens south-east of Lamberhurst in the valley of the River Bewl in Kent, England. It belongs to
Feb 6th 2017



Stuckey (surname)
Stuckey Andy Stuckey of Stuckey and Murray, American comedy music duo Bruce Stuckey (born 1947), English footballer Chansi Stuckey, an American football player
Mar 11th 2017





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