Siddons


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English actress noted for her performances in Shakespearean roles (1755-1831)

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Mrs Siddons, of Alvaston, had 12 grandchildren and worked past retirement as a cleaner to raise funds for the campaign.
Siddons said Ryder was "hinting" at making himself available for Wellington's season-ending match, against Otago, but that the Firebirds were "almost better off leaving him alone" and giving someone like Michael Pollard another game.
And while unhappy with his toothless Tigers, Siddons warned the rest of world cricket about England's awesome attack.
Florence Siddons launched a long and personal campaign after 16-year-old Lynn's brutal murder failed to lead to a conviction.
Many famous or worthy individuals missed the 100; Henry V, St Patrick, Charles Rolls, Shirley Bassey, the Stereophonics, Charlotte Church, Mary Quant, 18th century actress Sarah Siddons, folk heroine Jemima Nicholas, Crimea war nurse Betsi Cadwaladr, scientist Evan Williams, poet George Herbert, politicians Michael Heseltine, Michael Howard, Rhodri Morgan, John Prescott, Dafydd Wigley, Geoffrey Howe and sportsmen Barry John, Billy Meredith, Ian Woosnam, Ray Reardon, Lynn Davies, Ryan Giggs and Joe Calzaghe.
PRECOCIOUS youngster Sarah Siddons should not go unsupported in the 12.
Earlier this month, the Getty and the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens opened twin exhibitions of paintings and drawings honoring Sarah Siddons, the regal, porcelain-skinned British actress whose tragic performances were said to make men cry and force women to be carried from London theaters in hysterics.
authors such as Jeffrey Archer, Clive Barker, Erma Bombeck, Len Deighton, Tony Hillerman, Susan Isaacs, and Anne Rivers Siddons.
Buchanan's former coaching assistant Jamie Siddons has taken over as Wellington coach, while Siddons is likely to be in the mix as Wright's eventual successor, the report said.
JAMIE SIDDONS remains convinced Bangladesh can become a competitive force despite their sorry capitulation at hands of England over the weekend.
PARTY TIME: (from left) Nora Rumford, Jenny Siddons (branch manager), Chris Jolly, Roy Littlewood and Betty Claydon (PW031207Dalzheimers)
Who painted the portraits of Mrs Siddons and The Blue Boy?
The 32-year-old man was taken to Warwick Hospital following the accident in the Sarah Siddons car park, in Reardon Court, Warwick, at 4.
Gina Siddons, of the Twins and Multiple Birth Association, said: "It sounds an extraordinary coincidence.
There were no stretch limos when Sarah Siddons was the talk of London, no lunching at Spago or agents driving around with cell phones attached to their ears.