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Clotilda

(kləˈtɪldə)
n
(Biography) ?475–?545 ad, wife of Clovis I of the Franks, whom she converted (496) to Christianity
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To Clotilde Lothman von Saxe-Meningen, second daughter of the King of Scandinavia.
Once the Taney reached Montgomery the officers and crew of the Clotilde were quickly placed on board a train and sent to New York City.
Hetherton, who is also the former chairman of the board of governors at the Catholic Church's primary school St Bartholomew's in Swanley, Kent, hit the headlines in 1996 when the head teacher, nun Sister Clotilde Stevens, took him to an industrial tribunal and won a claim of unfair dismissal.
Sixteen-year-old Clotilde Gomez Morales throws a rock that glances off the helmet of one of the soldiers in the last truck.
Madeleine Chapsal, who has written other novels, poetry, essays, and works for the theater, presents in Une femme heureuse the life of Clotilde, a woman who obtains a divorce in order to experience a new freedom.
by Spaniard Pablo Molero; August Bournonville's La Sylphide, mounted by Clotilde Peon; and Cleopatra Eterna, created for Alonso by Ivan Monreal.
But the new Clotilde Merio Park, named for one of the town settlers, pays tribute to Stirling City's logging past and its Italian heritage.
The device of Clovis, Frankish king from 481 to 511, was three black toads, but the story goes that an aged hermit of Joye - en - valle saw a miraculous light stream one night into his cell, and an angel appeared to him holding an azure shield of wonderful beauty, emblazoned with three gold lilies that shone like stars, which the hermit was commanded to give to Clovis's queen, Clotilde.
Rosenkrantz: Clotilde is now and has been for the last ten years ensconced in a private psychiatric hospital, and Shem is now washed up, and broke.
Torres is survived by his wife of 18 years, Rebecca (Ramirez) Torres; his children and their spouses, Clotilde Torres and Margarita of Fitchburg, Hector Torres and Carmen of Leominster, Abneris Torres of Puerto Rico and Madeline Quinones and Pastor Felix Quinones of Clinton; his siblings, Jose Juan Torres, Emma, Rafael, and Mercedes Torres, all of Puerto Rico; Ivette, and Ramon Luis Torres, both of Brockton; Luis Torres of New York; 15 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends; his step-children, Ana, Marilyn, Geraldo, Roberto, Socrates and Yoberky Suarez Ramirez.
He is taken under the wing of friend Charles Forestier (Philip Glenister), who lands the ambitious upstart a position on a newspaper and introduces Georges to the elegant drawing rooms where Charles's wife Madeleine (Uma Thurman) and friends Virginie Walter (Kristin Scott Thomas) and Clotilde de Marelle (Christina Ricci) hold court.