While Leonora represents carnal passion for Ethel , Ernest signifies peaceful , sublime love . Ethel perceives her love for Leonora as dangerously compelling : " [ I ] t is only through repeated proof of the poisonous nature of the ...
Release on 1942 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means
The next witness will be Mrs. Ethel Ernest Murell , of the National Association of Women Lawyers . STATEMENT OF MRS . ETHEL ERNEST MURELL , MIAMI , FLA . REPRESENTING NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN LAWYERS measure . measure .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means
M. Conner's Glidelia Slasher - Fidelity mare G. L. Lorillard's Mystery E. V. Snediker's Girofle G. L Lorillard's Queen's Own D , Swigert's Malta G. L. Lorillard's Rosalie D. D. Withers ' bf , by King P. Lorillard's Ethel Ernest - Arnica ...
The gentle clash of views between the couple is always mildly amusing with Ethel, who worked as a maid in a very regal household, holding more conservative opinions and respectful of the Royal Family and tradition whereas Ernest, ...
Author: Joe Rose
Category: Literary Criticism
Stuck for something to read next? 75 Books You Must Read Before You Die might be able to help and includes reviews and thoughts on an eclectic range of suggested books to read by a diverse range of of authors. Everything from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to Alan Moore's Watchmen (and so much more) awaits in 75 Books You Must Read Before You Die.
REVIEW OF " WOMAN'S LAW KIT " By ETHEL ERNEST MURRELL 9 ETHEL ERNEST MURRELL a Phi Delta Delta of Alpha Phi Chapter , University of Miami , Florida , has written a legal refer . ence book entitled , “ WOMAN'S LAW KIT , ” which is ...
Montague , Joseph G.Murrell , Mrs. Ethel Ernest . Poe v . Seaborn . Sumners , Hon . Hatton W. United States v . Malcolm .. Compulsory savings : Haensel , Dr. Paul . Hart , Dr. Albert G. Jenkins , Vance R ..
(Photo by Joe Murphy) (Below) In the fall of 1997, Clark took his new wife to meet his remaining siblings in Mississippi: left to right, Ethel, Ernest, Wilma, Tom, and Marvin. The family's longevity has attracted the attention of ...
Author: Thomas D. Clark
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Category: Biography & Autobiography
When Thomas D. Clark was hired to teach history at the University of Kentucky in 1931, he began a career that would span nearly three-quarters of a century and would profoundly change not only the history department and the university but the entire Commonwealth. His still-definitive History of Kentucky (1937) was one of more than thirty books he would write or edit that dealt with Kentucky, the South, and the American frontier. In addition to his wide scholarly contributions, Clark devoted his life to the preservation of Kentucky’s historical records. He began this crusade by collecting vast stores of Kentucky’s military records from the War of 1812, the Mexican War, and the Civil War. His efforts resulted in the Commonwealth’s first archival system and the subsequent creation of the Kentucky Library and Archives, the University of Kentucky Special Collections and Archives, the Kentucky Oral History Commission, the Kentucky History Center (recently named for him), and the University Press of Kentucky. Born in 1903 on a cotton farm in Louisville, Mississippi, Thomas Dionysius Clark would follow a long and winding path to find his life’s passion in the study of history. He dropped out of school after seventh grade to work first at a sawmill and then on a canal dredgeboat before resuming his formal education. Clark’s earliest memories—hearing about local lynch-mob violence and witnessing the destruction of virgin forest—are an invaluable window into the national issues of racial injustice and environmental depredation. In many ways, the story of Dr. Clark’s life is the story of America in the twentieth century. In My Century in History, Clark offers vivid memories of his journey, both personal and academic, a journey that took him from Mississippi to Kentucky and North Carolina, to leadership of the nation’s major historical organizations, and to visiting professorships in Austria, England, Greece, and India, as well as in universities throughout the United States. An enormously popular public lecturer and teacher, he touched thousands of lives in Kentucky and around the world. With his characteristic wit and insight, Clark now offers his many admirers one final volume of history—his own.
Release on 1942 | by United States. Congress. House
... Texas & Southwestern Cattle Growers ' Association 1446 Murray , Philip , president , Congress of Industrial Organizations .. 2120 Murrell , Mrs. Ethel Ernest , Miami , Fla . , representing National Association of Women Lawyers .
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They have four children : Ethel , Ernest , of time to this line of practice , has a large and Leslie and Verna . increasing clientage among holders of tirst mortgage and other real - estate securities , and is Oo13 regarded as a safe ...
Release on 1945 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
National Association of Women Lawyers , Ethel Ernest Murrell , national legislative chairman -- Industrial Women's League for Equality , Ella M. Sherwin , president . National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
Release on 1941 | by United States. Superintendent of Documents
Souder , Ethel R. Ethel Ray Sowder , report to accompany H. R. 2376 ( for relief of Ethel Ray Sowder ] ; submitted by Mr. ... Steinberg , Ernest H. Ernest H. Steinberg , report to accompany S. 527 [ for relief of Ernest H. Steinberg ] ...
Author: United States. Superintendent of Documents
Category: Government publications
February issue includes Appendix entitled Directory of United States Government periodicals and subscription publications; September issue includes List of depository libraries; June and December issues include semiannual index
... AA 245937 ; Standard brands , inc . , New York . 34843 Murray ( Raymond William ) Study guide to accompany Introductory sociology . July 23 , 1937 ; A 109765 ; F. S. Crofts & co . , inc . , New York . 34844 Murrell ( Ethel Ernest ) ...
By Herbert U. Feibelman Lawyers in the Legislature Lawyers in Service By Richard M. Smith Lawyers Title Guaranty Fund Legal Institutes Legislation , By - Pass By Ethel Ernest Murrell Legislative Council By Sherman Weiss Local Customs in ...
"Ethel Merman, Hubby Parted; Blame Careers". Sarasota HeraldTribune. December 18, 1959. p. 17. Retrieved September 20, 2014. ^ "Ethel Merman, Ernest Borgnine Wed". St. Petersburg Times. June 28, 1964. pp. 6–A. Retrieved September 20, ...
Through a relationship with one of Clarke's former lover-victims, the painter Ethel Brandenbourg, Ernest learns Clarke's true nature. As the two contemplate their mutual fates, Ethel describes to Ernest the traditional myth of the ...
Author: Sam George
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This collection of interconnected essays relates the Undead in literature, art and other media to questions concerning gender, race, genre, technology, consumption and social change. A coherent narrative follows Enlightenment studies of the vampire's origins in folklore and folk panics, the sources of vampire fiction, through Romantic incarnations in Byron and Polidori to Le Fanu's Carmilla. Further essays discuss the Undead in the context of Dracula, fin-de-siècle decadence, Nazi Germany and early cinematic treatments. The rise of the sympathetic vampire is charted from Coppola's film, Bram Stoker's Dracula, to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Twilight. More recent manifestations in novels, TV, Goth subculture, young adult fiction and cinema are dealt with in discussions of True Blood, The Vampire Diaries and much more. Featuring distinguished contributors, including a prominent novelist, and aimed at interdisciplinary scholars or postgraduate students, it will also appeal to aficionados of creative writing and Undead enthusiasts. www.opengravesopenminds.com
from somewhere out of sight, and the reply, 'Coming, Madam', from Ethel. On Thursday, her name has screech marks round it. On Saturday, a transformed, unexpected Ernest arrives with a bunch of flowers and invites Ethel to 'the pictures' ...
Author: Eve Bearne
It is impossible to reflect upon children's books without considering the children who read them. Where Texts and Children Meet explores the ways in which children make meaning of the various texts they meet both in and out of school. Eve Bearne and Victor Watson have brought together chapters on all the major issues and topics in children's literacy including: * the meaning and relevance of terms such as literature and classic texts * an analysis of new genres including picture books and CD-ROMs * moral dilemmas and cultural concerns in children's texts * working with quality texts that children will also adore. Where Texts and Children Meet shows how the world of children's books is changing and how teachers can build imaginative learning experiences for their pupils from a whole range of published materials.