Margaret Mitchell


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Noun1.Margaret Mitchell - United States writer noted for her novel about the South during the American Civil War (1900-1949)Margaret Mitchell - United States writer noted for her novel about the South during the American Civil War (1900-1949)
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Mr Yousaf made the extraordinary allegation in a letter to the chair of Holyrood's J u s t i ce Commi t t e e , Margaret Mitchell, released to the media late on Friday.
Margaret Mitchell reached the incredible milestone on Friday.
Margaret Mitchell has raised the "deeply concerning" rise in the cost of rural crime in Scotland with government ministers.
1949: Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With The Wind, died after being knocked down by a car two days earlier.
1949: Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With The Wind, died having being knocked down by a car.
Justice committee convener Margaret Mitchell said there were "risks of this sort of data being used improperly".
1859: French acrobat Charles Blondin becomes the first person to cross Niagara Falls on a tightrope 1894: London's Tower Bridge (pictured) opens 1936: Margaret Mitchell's novel Gone with the Wind is published 1937: The world's first emergency call service is launched in London using the number 999 1954: Millions of people in Europe witnessed a total eclipse of the sun - the last one visible in the UK until 1999 1984: The last sixpence is minted in Britain - the coin had been in use since 1551 1990: East and West Germany merge their economies 1992: Former PM Margaret Thatcher joins the House of Lords as a Baroness 2018: Dawn Sturgess and Charlie Rowley are poisoned by Novichok nerve agent in Salisbury
Hear about the prison camp that Ashley in Gone With The Wind spent his time and how author Margaret Mitchell took "literary license" with the truth.
It gained universal fame from Margaret Mitchell's great Civil War epic novel Gone With the Wind and the resulting 1939 movie.
Another highlight is a copy of 'Gone with the Wind' book personally given to Leigh by the author Margaret Mitchell. Other items being auctioned off include paintings, Hollywood memorabilia, jewelry and other items collected through the actress's rich life.
The Bill a Members Bill introduced by Margaret Mitchell, MSP is aimed at promoting a social and cultural change in attitudes to the giving of apologies.
Margaret Mitchell's history of the PQ shines a light on the genesis of the PQ and its transformation over nearly a half century.