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Synonyms for Catherine

first wife of Henry VIII

empress of Russia who greatly increased the territory of the empire (1729-1796)

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When the ladies returned to the drawing-room, there was little to be done but to hear Lady Catherine talk, which she did without any intermission till coffee came in, delivering her opinion on every subject in so decisive a manner, as proved that she was not used to have her judgement controverted.
Lady Catherine,' said she, #you * have given me a treasure.
Lady Catherine seemed quite astonished at not receiving a direct answer; and Elizabeth suspected herself to be the first creature who had ever dared to trifle with so much dignified impertinence.
Lady Catherine was generally speaking-- stating the mistakes of the three others, or relating some anecdote of herself.
When Lady Catherine and her daughter had played as long as they chose, the tables were broken up, the carriage was offered to Mrs.
A little while after, Catherine thought the door was still very heavy: so she whispered to Frederick, 'I must throw the vinegar down.
So when Frederick and Catherine came down, there they found all their money safe and sound.
Hindley's arrival drove Linton speedily to his horse, and Catherine to her chamber.
Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, are greeted by official as they arrive to visit Hospis Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur
AS the Chronicle named Catherine Cookson, Sir Bobby Robson and Jackie Milburn as our top three greatest Geordies, we went into Newcastle to see if you agree and asked a group of people what they thought of our choices.
CATHERINE of Aragon was the youngest surviving child of Ferdinand and Isabella, the joint rulers of Spain and, as was common for princesses of the day, her parents immediately began looking for a political match for her.
TAKE That star Jason Orange fell for funny girl Catherine Tate after admiring her "great legs".
Mum-of-one Catherine, 34, from Ballincollig, Co Cork, has suffered from the rare Locked-in Syndrome since a series of strokes left her paralysed in 2008.
Recently, I had the privilege of traveling to Dublin, Ireland along with my friend and colleague, Rhonda Hanan, CNO Mercy Ardmore, and several other leaders from across the Sisters of Mercy health ministry We were on a pilgrimage to learn more about Mercy's roots, its heritage and the life of its foundress, Catherine McAuley My hope was that this experience would provide a greater understanding of the ministry I serve, and it did It was also inspiring to learn how dedicated Catherine was to serving others
Nayder aims both to correct injustices done to Catherine by Charles and many of his biographers (though not Bodenheimer or Slater) and more crucially, to revivify Catherine's voice, to write her life from her own perspective.