Kemble


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Kemble

(ˈkɛmbəl)
n
1. (Biography) Frances Anne, known as Fanny. 1809–93, English actress, in the US from 1832
2. (Biography) her uncle, John Philip. 1757–1823, English actor and theatrical manager
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Noticeable again, among the whole-plate portraits, is the thoroughly reassuring countenance of Steele, the singularly fine heads of John, Charles, and Fanny Kemble, while the certainly plain, pinched countenance of William Davenant reminds one of Charles Kean, and might well have lighted up, as did his, when the soul came into it, into power and charm, as the speaking eyes assure us even in its repose.
Kemble. He could knock you off forty Latin verses in an hour.
Richard Hannon, trainer of Dark Lady and Kemble She ran very well at Goodwood last time and I would like to think she will run very well here.
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Kemble Estates, which owns the site where a new KFC has been built, also plans to submit a planning application to build a Starbucks on the land next to the fast food restaurant.
Kemble, now 20, of the 3400 block of Voltaire Lane in St.
"We are particularly keen to hear from anyone who heard a disturbance in the Kemble Square area on Saturday evening or earlier in the week.
Madison and Jonathan Schlussel, led the team that orchestrated the $7.6 million sale of Kemble Plaza I to Onyx Equities.
One of the most striking is Kemble's Cascade, which lies in the dim constellation Camelopardalis.