Elisabeth


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Elisabeth

(ɪˈlɪzəbəθ)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Elizabeth11
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The Empress Elisabeth, however, when asked what instructions she would be pleased to give- with her characteristic Russian patriotism had replied that she could give no directions about state institutions for that was the affair of the sovereign, but as far as she personally was concerned she would be the last to quit Petersburg.
* Elisabeth de Rossan, Marquise de Ganges, was one of the famous women of the court of Louis XIV.
Baudoyer was married to Elisabeth Saillard, the cashier's only daughter, and had hired, very naturally, the apartments above those of his father-in-law.
Suppose the kindly mist had lifted, and revealed me lunching in the wet on their property, the cousin of the short and lofty letters, the unangenehme Elisabeth! "Die war doch immer verdreht," I could imagine them hastily muttering to each other, before advancing wreathed in welcoming smiles.
(4) Excluding her fairly unique Passion performance, Elisabeth's spirituality--her ability to authenticate relics, to divine the spiritual state of others, her mystic knowledge of feast days--was similar to that of other women such as Marie d'Oignies (ca.
Fritzl denied abusing Elisabeth from the age of 11 as she had claimed.
All the while, we now know, Elisabeth and three of her children, Kerstin, Stefan and Felix were locked up underground.
But he says: "Elisabeth helped me through my dark times.
Then out of nowhere a letter arrived from Elisabeth, claiming she had grown tired of living with them in their house in Amstetten, Austria, and decided to run away.
Stirling resident Elisabeth decided to sign up after spending considerable time with her German-born gran who suffered a stroke before Elisabeth was born.