Carlina


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The company's original movies for Lifetime include Amanda Knox: Murder On Trial In Italy; Abducted: The Carlina White Story, which earned a 2012 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing In A Motion Picture; and the crime thriller Stalkers.
Joy's nightmare began when she and her boyfriend took 19-day-old Carlina to hospital with a fever in 1987.
Joy White broke down in court as the jury heard how Ann Pettway stole her daughter Carlina and raised her as her own.
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Swiss rider Pius Schwizer riding Carlina was runnerup and won e1/4100,000 in the process.
Pettway surrendered to police days after a widely publicised reunion between the child she raised - now 23-year-old Carlina White - and her biological mother.
Roberts - Carlina and Shawn Roberts, of Springfield, a daughter.
Damascus, (SANA) _Director of the General Establishment for Storing and Marketing Nader Jaber Abdullah on Thursday discussed with Venezuelan Deputy Minister for Foreign Trade Carlina Pacheco and the accompanying delegation prospects of cooperation in the domains of storing and marketing agricultural and animal products and other consumer goods.
The article said that the body of Metod Mario Pavlin, a wealthy and respected widower, had been discovered accidentally by neighbors in the Villa Carlina, that death was caused by an unusually precise "surgical incision" on the neck, and that the initial results of the investigation pointed to murder.
Egbert started teaching were her students: Mollie Pierce (1921), Jean Cotton (1923), Betty Bateson (1926), Jean Gilbert (1937) and Carlina Carr (1950).
Carlina Stewart of Catholic Charities in the Stockton diocese told McNerney that the church supports a "pro-family" immigration bill that gives undocumented aliens a path to "earned legalization.
Bridesmaids were Carrie Belinda Pope of Tampa, Florida, sister of the groom; Kelsey Marie Weir of Arlington, Texas; Alexandra Kay Spiers of Auburn, Alabama; Emily Brooke McGuire of Jackson; Kathleen Elaine Tillotson of Longwood, Florida; Laura Marie Tarne of Fairfield, California; and Sara Carlina Martinez of Ocala, Florida.
Carlina Rinaldi, pedagogista of the preschools in Reggio Emilia, Italy, comments to Lella Gandini, United States Liaison for the 'Reggio Emilia' philosophy (Edwards, Gandini & Forman, 1993), "A project, which we view as a sort of an adventure and research, can start through a suggestion from an adult, a child's idea, or from an event, such as a snowfall or something else unexpected" (p.