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English actress (1847-1928)

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The restaurant has since said Alicia was given "wrong information" by a member of staff, and that she is welcome at the restaurant "with her carers allowed in without eating".
They also found 'articulate' notes, in which Alicia, a part-time sales assistant at WH Smith, wrote how she wanted to die.
Manjit, 52, of Washington, said: "By fundraising in this way, Alicia remains a part of our lives.
ALICIA: We're performing at something called the All School Turkey Trot.
Alicia, who cannot remember the accident, was left in a coma for eight months after that day.
Since then Alicia has had to fight to keep her team of 24-hour nurses that help her day and night.
Alicia said: "It's a great feeling knowing that you've gone beyond what was on the page.
"You have no idea what it's like being out here [alone]," Nick tells Alicia inside what appears to be her new home.
Alicia was reported missing on Easter Sunday afternoon when she failed to return home to Linthwaite.
It is beauty which has dragged the Republican candidate into his latest controversy, and made him less than popular with America's women - and former beauty queen Alicia in particular.
Joining singers Adam Levine and Blake Shelton as judges on The Voice Season 11 are RandB diva Alicia Keys and pop superstar Miley Cyrus, making this season the first ever with two female judges on the panel.
Alicia Forcey, 21, was attacked when she headed to Penarth Fish Bar, in Cornerswell Road, for a late-night takeaway with a male friend.
The garment that adorned ballet legend Dame Alicia Markova during Swan Lake was the star lot at Fieldings Auctioneers' Stourbridge sale last week, realising PS2,600.