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actress who plays the leading female role

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Ms de Rojas will appear as a guest at the final Leading Ladies for Life workshop next February where she will talk to participants, offer advice and share her own experiences.
Lyndsey Britton, Campus North and Tech for Life co-founder, said: "We launched our new Leading Ladies for Life programme at our recent event on International Women's Day.
Sympathy and best wishes go out to one of Egypt's favorite leading ladies. Suhair Ramzi is sadly mourning the loss of her sister and has taken a break from acting for the time being.
The actress plays one of the leading ladies in "Iddarammayilatho", while she has been paired opposite Ram Charan in his untitled film.
At their most recent event, Leading Ladies, Birmingham Hippodrome's business network for professional women, had the opportunity to meet the stars of The King and I, Josefina Gabrielle and Ramon Tikaram.
Summary: As writer, director and star of new film Larry Crowne, Tom Hanks had his pick of the leading ladies.
[ClickPress, Thu May 12 2011] Guoman has announced that the general manager of the Royal Horseguard Hotel has joined the Leading Ladies of London.
And Putting on the Ritz: A Celebration of Fred Astaire and His Leading Ladies is designed to do just what it says on the tin.
With regard to the article in the December issue of Americas, entitled "Leading Ladies of Latin America," I must note that the author unfortunately left out the name of Kim Campbell who was the Prime Minister of Canada between June and November of 1993.
WHEN will the BBC Midlands Today image-makers get to grips with their three leading ladies?
That, combined with Chuck's melodrama with his leading ladies in Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along and the ups and downs of BFFs, makes Tale of Two Summers a great read.
Programs throughout the year, typically designed around three themes: "Industry Spotlight", focusing of substantive and timely topics about various industry segments, new developments and trends; "Leading Ladies," featuring highly successful women in the field, and re-known authors, who provide insights and guidance on career and professional development; and "Strictly Social", affording our members and friends chances to get to know each other better and have some fun, thereby facilitate the development of meaningful business opportunities.