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  • 彼女の帽子
  • It was her that talked to me.
  • 私に話しかけてきたのは彼女でした
  • * also princess of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in her own right.
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  • According to an Associated Press report, Kroonland had completed 234 voyages totaling 1,635,468 nautical miles (3,028,887 km) during the course of her career without serious accident.
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  • After Bosshard and the childless Marie-Louise divorced, the young woman reportedly made the most of her new-found freedom as a flamboyant and vivacious social butterfly.
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  • Artists such as Tori Amos, Nolwenn Leroy, Patrick Wolf and Happy Rhodes (whose upper vocal range has been compared with the one of Kate Bush) have covered her songs in live performances.
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  • Before dying, she made her grandson, King George II, swear to repatriate the ashes of her daughter Princess Alexandra, buried in the Peter and Paul Cathedral in Saint Petersburg.
  • Wikipedia: Olga Constantinovna of Russia
  • Catherine outlived all her children except Henry III, who died seven months after her, and Margaret, who inherited her robust health.
  • Wikipedia: Catherine de' Medici
  • Delaney of St Marylebone Parish Church, London, who had officiated at her marriage to Deans.
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  • Documents from her own era and historians prior to the 20th century generally assume that she was both healthy and sane.
  • Wikipedia: Joan of Arc
  • Dozens of schools were named in her honor, and both the Harriet Tubman Home in Auburn and the Harriet Tubman Museum in Cambridge serve as monuments to her life.
  • Wikipedia: Harriet Tubman
  • Due to her outstanding service record, New Jersey holds the distinction of being the most decorated battleship in naval history.
  • Wikipedia: USS New Jersey (BB-62)
  • During her 66-year career, Hepburn appeared in 44 feature films, 8 television movies, and 33 plays.
  • Wikipedia: Katharine Hepburn
  • During her lifetime and even until today, Noether has been characterized as the greatest woman mathematician in recorded history by mathematicians such as Pavel Alexandrov, Hermann Weyl, and Jean Dieudonné.
  • Wikipedia: Emmy Noether
  • Elementary schools in Gaithersburg, Montgomery County, Maryland, Sammamish, Washington and San Jose, California were named in her honor, as were middle schools in Beaverton, Oregon and Herndon, Virginia (Rachel Carson Middle School), and a high school in Brooklyn, New York.
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  • Even her mother insisted that she should die in prison, partly for fear for her daughter's safety and partly out of the desire to avoid the possibility that one of the victims' relatives might kill her.
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  • Featured speakers included her son Michael Merrill and Lauren Bacall.
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  • Flowers encouraged her to recite them, which helped bring her out of her muteness.
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  • For a while, the idea of moving the house to Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, which Douglas helped to develop and where there is a life size bronze statue to commemorate her efforts, was considered.
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  • For decades following her death, Wong's image remained as a symbol in literature as well as in film.
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  • Getting underway after a lengthy delay, one of her engines failed in mid-ocean, leaving her to plod on to Japan on one engine.
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  • He can also frequently be seen on her cooking show, assisting his wife with simple tasks or sampling the dishes she has created.
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  • Her arms have been borne by all of her successors on the throne, including the present Queen.
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  • Historians note that in her day, strict Protestants regarded the Acts of Settlement and Uniformity of 1559 as a compromise.
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