ADAH


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ADAHAlabama Department of Archives and History (since 1901; Montgomery, Alabama)
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According to sources, Adah fits the lead role as she is a trained dancer.
This is especially true when Martin is recounting their adventures: Henry Clapp, for example, overcame a Puritan boyhood to become a beer-drinking, pipe-smoking bohemian newspaper editor, while Adah Menken married the boxer John Heenan, who did not acknowledge the actress as his wife.
Here Adah explores how Assyrian scribes borrowed the literary epithets zer Izalqati (the seed of destruction) and tabnit Tianzat (offspring of Tiamat) and applied them to the Cim-merians.
This article explores the development of a "prophetic" poetic mode in the writings of self-proclaimed Jewish poet Adah Isaacs Menken (1835-1868).
Diaz's choices have included "Infelix'' by Adah Isaacs Menken, a mid-19th-century American Jewish actress, painter and feminist.
Directed by Vinil Mathew, "Hasee Toh Phasee" is a romantic comedy with Sidharth, Parineeti and Adah Sharma appearing in pivotal roles.
Fully illustrated with incredible hand-tinted photos of two lovely sisters, Adah and Ilse, playing happily on their grandmother's farm, "It's About a Little Bird" gently retraces the story of a champion Italian songbird named Uccello who came to live with Grandma Mem long ago in Rome.
Adah Almutairi will moderate a panel welcoming Patrick Fortune from the Cleveland Clinic Innovations, Nathalie Gosset from the Alfred E.
STAB victim Daniel Adah fears his university career is today in tatters after he was attacked by a former Newcastle United academy player.
39) An accompanying programme note explained that Adah (Eslanda Robeson) has been 'involved in an affair' with Thorne (Gavin Arthur) and is staying with the white couple, Thorne and Astrid (H.