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Noun1.Heming - English actor who edited the first folio of Shakespeare's plays (1556-1630)Heming - English actor who edited the first folio of Shakespeare's plays (1556-1630)
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Sean Hodgson, who served 27 years in prison for the murder of Teresa De Simone in 1979, is acquitted, Ireland's rugby union team wins only its second ever Grand Slam, Die Hard star Bruce Willis marries his second wife, model Emma Heming, and reality TV personality Jade Goody dies of cervical cancer at the age of 27.
ONE of South Africa's leading trainers Jean Heming has died in Dornoch, Scotland at the age of 78.
When skilled journalist Martha Gellhorn meets the literary titan Ernest Heming way in a dive bar, their friendship grows into something greater while they cover the Spanish Civil War.
Anisa Heming, Director of the Center for Green Schools at USGBC, says that existing schools interested in applying for LEED Building Operations and Maintenance should look at energy, water, waste, transportation and air quality metrics.
The Die Hard actor, 63, and wife Emma Heming, 40, were joined for his Comedy Central Roast in LA by mum Marlene, ex-wife Demi Moore and their children Rumer, 29, Scout, 26, and Tallulah, 24.
A spokesperson from the Office of the President, Lin Heming, made a statement saying that the situation has been properly addressed by the National Security Bureau, and other responsible agencies and that the government maintains high confidence in the professionalism and service of the National Security Bureau and the special service team tasked with protecting the president and the official residence.
He and British wife Emma Heming have owned the property for several years and yet, surprisingly, it's more Moonlighting than Die Hard.
Action hero Bruce, 62, was at Disneyland in California with wife Emma Heming and four of his daughters Scout, Tallulah, Mabel and Evelyn.
Coroner David Heming, sitting at Huntingdon Coroner's Court, paid tribute to the youth worker and his family for enabling the donations to go ahead, saying: "Out of tragedy comes the saving of many lives."
Mr Heming found that Dane had died as a result of a road traffic collision which caused a major head injury.