Before reaching home, she had freed Mrs Wititterly's soul from all bodily restraint; married Kate with great splendour at St George's, Hanover Square; and only left undecided the minor question, whether a splendid French-polished
mahogany bedstead should be erected for herself in the two-pair back of the house in Cadogan Place, or in the three-pair front: between which apartments she could not quite balance the advantages, and therefore adjusted the question at last, by determining to leave it to the decision of her son-in-law.
Media reports interpreted the gender statement as meaning that French-Polish
Nobel Prize winner and radioactivity pioneer Marie Curie, who took the surname of her French husband Pierre Curie, would be relabeled as Maria Sklodowska, her Polish maiden name, or at least as Maria Sklodowska-Curie, the Central News Agency reported.
director Roman Polanski (AFP / Lionel Bonaventure)
director lives in France and fled the United States following his guilty plea for fear his deal with prosecutors would be overruled and he would get a lengthy prison term.
The award, named after famed Nobel Prize laureate and French-Polish
scientist Marie Curie, is given out by the International Organisation for Medical Physics (IOMP) based in the United Kingdom.
THE INNOCENTS (15) HHH HH ALTHOUGH a French-Polish
movie in the arthouse tradition, this truelife drama has more than a touch of Hollywood formula - not helped by a cloying finale.
Although a French-Polish
movie in the arthouse tradition, this true-life drama has more than a touch of Hollywood formula - not helped by a cloying finale.
Hope and horror are commingled to quietly moving effect in "Agnus Dei," a restrained but cumulatively powerful French-Polish
drama about the various crises of faith that emerge when a house of God is ravaged by war.
Specific subjects covered include the stakes of a commission, the French-Polish
coproduction of Merchants of Shadows, research and documentation of a journey to the East, and a wide variety of others.