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English comedienne and mistress of Charles II (1650-1687)

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Ms Gwynn was also an active member of the courts criminal law, education, Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal and sex offences committees.
She had the strap of her bag around her body and, as Gwynn pulled the bag, she stumbled to the ground sustaining a broken arm.
Gwynn and Pickett-Blakely have put together a technology team based in North Carolina and India to develop additional enhancements, and will begin Android app development this Fall.
Gwynn has recently signed an extension as baseball coach at San Diego State last Wednesday but had been on medical leave since late March while undergoing cancer treatments.
Gwynn Green Jacobs' watercolor paintings have been made into notecards that are available in the Mynelle Gardens gift shop, a beautiful tribute to the woman who inspired the exhibit.
Mr Gwynn, who founded the mixed martial arts (MMA) gym, said the contract is worth up to $50m and includes a big budget movie deal with Paramount Pictures.
Although Gwynn was ultimately displaced by the political and cultural crises that transformed Ireland by 1922, Reid uses his interest and involvement in a range of endeavours to underline the nationalist political culture that existed before 1916.
Cllr Ellen ap Gwynn is the first woman to lead Ceredigion and her appointment comes a year after the council elected its first female Chair.
A lack of understanding about professional boundaries has led to Invercargill registered nurse (RN) Darren Gwynn being found guilty of professional misconduct and being fined, censured and having conditions placed on his scope of practice.
John Gosden, trainer of Maqaasid and The Shrew "Maqaasid has come on a lot from the Nell Gwynn.
Beebe was joined on his first outing of 2011 by newly recruited but vastly experienced co-driver George Gwynn from Woolacombe, Devon.
In all three sections Gwynn reviews much current scholarship surrounding these familiar texts and figures, which makes his book an important resource for Athanasius and the fourth century.
On Friday the General Medical Council finally banned Mr Gwynn from carrying out breast surgery in the future.
The result, edited by Gwynn (history, Royal Holloway, University of London) is a series of historiographical essays, dealing more with the trends and debates among historians of the last century than Roman history.
Brian Gwynn, 54, is accused by the General Medical Council of misconduct and deficient professional performance at Staffordshire General Hospital.