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Kempe

(kɛmp)
n
1. (Biography) Margery. ?1373–?1440, English mystic. Her autobiography, The Book of Margery Kempe, describes her mystical experiences and pilgrimages in Europe and Palestine
2. (Biography) Rudolf (ˈruːdɔlf). 1910–76, German orchestral conductor, noted esp for his interpretations of Wagner
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Kempe, through her last illness, she had been obliged to bring her daughter with her, through having no one at home to take care of the little girl.
In Berlin 1961 Kempe argues strongly that we need not have ended up facing that stark choice, that Kennedy's first year performance in foreign policy from the Bay of Pigs through the Vienna Summit to the Berlin Wall was a series of fiascos.
To improve the connectivity between Mysore road satellite bus Terminal and Kempe Gowda Bus Station, new city buses are introduced.
The final two chapters of the book attempt to identify xenoglossia in a few works of Middle English literature, the "autohagiography" of Margery Kempe and three of the Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer.
Henry Kempe, the earliest voice questioning the net benefit of routine smallpox vaccination in the ultimately successful movement to discontinue it, was an eminent virologist and pediatrician responsible for the development of an attenuated strain of smallpox vaccine for use on children with eczema, as well as a member of WHO's Expert Committee on Smallpox.
CHEPSTOW will usher in today's rearranged Coral Welsh National meeting with a rendition of the Welsh national anthem by Sara Kempe, who also sang before the Ryder Cup at nearby Celtic Manor.
Klemchuk (Klemchuk, 1997), Agroui (Agroui, 2006; 2007) or Kempe (Kempe, 2007).
Of all the medieval mystics studied today, the most difficult to locate is Margery Kempe. (1) Kempe does not reside in any of the places usually designated for women in the late Middle Ages.
The famous clowns from the period, Tarlton, Kempe, and Armin play a central and yet strangely marginal role in the book.
"We believe that whichever state is first to get in the water with wind power will have the advantage of attracting ancillary industries and jobs," said Amy Kempe, spokesperson for Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri.
Welsh hopes are highest in men's foil and women's sabre, where Pembrokeshire's Jason Scourfield and Katherine Kempe, originally from Monmouth, won silver medals last year and are back hoping to go one better in 2009.
Juliana of Norwich Marylouise Burke Margery Kempe Sofia Jean Gomez John Kempe Darren Goldstein Nurse Tricia Rodley Asmodeus, Jacob Will Rogers Father Thomas Jeremy Shamos It's quite spooky and a tittle ooky, but "Creature" is no ordinary fright feat.