What ever happened to Margaret langrick?
Margaret is now known as Maggie Langrick. She lives in Vancouver, BC, Canada, where she is the entertainment editor at the Vancouver Sun. www.vancouversun.com
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Answer . She is Polish. Got back to Poland. Her name is MaÅgorzata ZajÄ czkowska. Check out the interwiev with her: http://www.claudia.kobieta.pl/claudia2/index.jsp?place=Lead07&news_cat_id=92&news_id=696&layout=1&forum_id=142&page=text. Sincerely Polish Girl
she deid of suffering in 1789. - Sorry, but this is incorrect. She lived a long and happy life in London, dying in Feb 1824 at the age of 90.
Margaret lived a long and happy life in London, dying in 1824 at the age of 90. Her death notice was published in magazines at the time ("the Gentleman's Magazine", etc.) and can be found online.
The Rainmakers are still around. They were active from 1983 until1990, then from 1994 until 1998. After a 13 year hiatus, theybecame active again. They last released an album titled 25 in 2011and last played at Knuckleheads Saloon on May 15, 2011.
Nothing "happened" to her. I know she is traveling on her dad's tour[which by the way I have tickets to see next week xp] A very low key family/
its always night somewhere on the earth, so when earthquakes occur its technically always at night (though not necessarily where the earth is quakin). yes earthquakes can happen at any time of day.
Scientists have suspended their research in artificial intelligence, deciding first to see if they can find any naturally occurring intelligence. So far, their efforts have been fruitless so they are searching for intelligent life on other planets, such as Mars.
If you mean Jack Leonard, the singer who preceeded Sintra in the Tommy Dorsey band, his NY Times obit can be found at http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=940DE2D7173FF931A15755C0A96E948260
Which one? Jackie Moore (singer) (born 1946), American R&B singer Jackie Moore (baseball) (born 1939), American baseball player, manager, and coach Jackie Moore (basketball) (born 1932), American professional basketball player Jacqueline Moore (born 1966), American actress and professio…nal wrestler Jacqueline S. Moore (1926-2002), American poet Jackie Moore (actress) American actress and model. (MORE)
Solofa Fatu Jr., also known as Rikishi, was released from the WWEin 2004, after not following repeated requests to lose weight. Hecurrently wrestles on the independent circuit under the name Kishi.
He went gay and is really stanky and was never as good of a illusionist as burney is
The novel is based on the story of a true life prisoner, Grace Marks, and murders that took place in the mid nineteenth century in Richmond Hill, near Toronto. The book opens when Grace has been in prison for several years. She has been found guilty, alongside fellow servant James McDermott, for the… murder of their employer Thomas Kinnear. Neither was tried for the contemporaneous killing of Kinnear's housemistress Nancy Montgomery because the pair were already sentenced to death for Kinnear's murder. While McDermitt was hung, Grace's sentence was commuted to life imprisonment because of her extremely young age (sixteen) at the time of the murders. Grace's case attracted the sympathy of many reforming groups, and in the first few pages of the novel she is introduced to Dr. Simon Jordan, a young American who has been employed by the Reverend Verringer to investigate Grace's state of mind and to produce a report giving his opinion as to her guilt or innocence of the crimes, crimes which she has always maintained she cannot remember. The development of the novel concerns the meetings between Dr Jordan and Grace, which take place in the house of the prison Governor, where Grace spends most of her day employed as a seamstress, being escorted back and forth to the prison each morning and evening. Dr Jordan attempts to trigger Grace's memories by the psychoanalytic technique of 'association'. He brings objects such as vegetables which he hopes will remind Grace of the cellar in Kinnear's house where both bodies were found, and of buried memories in her own subconscious. However, Grace only connects these objects to her experiences as a servant and talks about peeling and cooking the vegetables she is shown. While Grace sews she tells Dr Jordan her life story, so that the novel moves back in time, long before the murders, to her unhappy and impoverished childhood in Ireland, the appalling conditions she experienced crossing the Atlantic with her family along with many other Irish immigrants, and the death of her mother during the sea voyage. Grace is haunted by the memory of her mother being tipped into the ocean, and her guilt at having saved the best sheet and wrapped her mother's corspe in the second best one. Once in Canada, Grace's father drinks away what few coins the family have and leaves Grace to care for her six younger brothers and sisters. After a while she is sent into service and experiences a brief period of happiness when she finds companionship with a young maid called Mary Whitney, who acts as both mother and friend towards Grace. However, Mary is impregnanted by one of the sons of her employer and dies of a botched abortion, an experience that horrifies Grace who sleeps in the same room with her and wakes to find her dead and lying in a pool of blood. While the family rushes to hush up the cause of Mary's death, Grace is left to wash Mary's body, but during the day lapses into a period of unconsciousness. This is the first of several periods of 'lost time' Grace experiences, and which return at the crucial time of the murders. Grace leaves her current employer and, after a few further jobs, she meets Nancy Montgomery who invites her to join the Kinnear household as a maid. Grace hopes Nancy will be a pleasant workong companion like the dead Mary Whitney. However, soon after she arrives at Thomas Kinnear's house in Richmond Hill, Grace realises that Nancy is difficult to work with and fearfully jealous that Grace will attract the attention of Kinnear. The other servant in the houser, James McDermott, is sullen and rebellious. He hates Nancy and tells Grace that the housemistress sleeps in Kinnear's bed. Grace discovers this is true, and that Nancy is pregnant by her employer, a fact that troubles her deeply because it reminds her of the death of her lost friend, Mary Whitney. Nancy tells both Grace and McDermott they are sacked and McDermott tells Grace he intends to kill both his employer and Nancy before he leaves the house. When Grace recounts the day of the murders, there are gaps in her story when the actual killings occur. She runs away to America with McDermott, giving as her reason that she was frightened he would kill her too if she did not. Grace signs into a hotel with McDdermott under the name of Mary Witney. The pair are tracked down, arrested and taken back for trial in Canada. Each of the accused blames the other, and each changes their evidence during the trial, so it is never clear what actually did happen in the Kinnear household. As Dr Jordan listens to Grace's story he becomes increasingly affected by her. He is haunted by his desire to get at the truth and by growing sexual fantasies about Grace. He finds himself out of his depth and feels as if he is losing grip on his own sanity. He begins a sado-masochistic affair with his married landlady, who has been deserted by her abusive and alcoholic husband. Grace is eventually subjected to a session of hypnotism by another doctor and while under hypnosis she speaks in a strange voice, telling those present that she is Mary Whitney, that she committed the murders, and that Grace knew nothing about them. Readers will be suspicious about this, however, as they are let into the secret that exists between Grace and the hypnotist - he is an old peddlar friend of hers who used to con spectators at fairs under the pretence of hypnotising his accomplice. The plot culminates in Dr Jordan's landlady telling him her husband is about to return, and asking him to help murder the man so the two of them can be together. Simon packs his bags and quits Toronto speedily, leaving his landlady with the false excuse that his mother is ill in America. He never discovers whether Grace is insane, suffering from a personalilty disorder, genuinely amnesiac, a cunning instigator of the murders, or a frightened and unwilling witness to them. Eventually, years later, Grace is released from prison, and begins a new life in America; she marries by arrangement a man who gave evidence against her at her trial but has since come to regret it. On the final pages, now 46, Grace reveals that she may be pregnant, though she could be suffering from a tumour such as killed her mother. Throughout the novel Grace sews blocks for quilts, and at the end she is making her own personal one. It will contain a piece of her own prison nightgown, a piece of Mary Whitney's petticoat, and a piece of Nancy Montgomery's dress. 'So they will all be together'. The reader can never be sure if Grace is a cunning spinner of yarns, who has quilted her story together from bits and pieces or truth, half truth and lies, or genuinely suffers from loss of memory. But her life story, which occupies at least half the book, clearly shows the abuses and horrors experienced by female servants in Victorian Ontario, a story of the official history of the country (MORE)
Yes she did. I was on a whale watching tour over the summer and they pointed out her house to us. It was on a small little island practically by itself. I'm not sure if anyone still lives there, but it's on Southport Island off of Boothbay Harbour.
In England, the war is going on and right when they see Chip's uncle's horse collapse and die, they see his crown rolling and they see him dead, so Chip grabs the crown, yells,"I am king once again" and then as they yell "lets get back now" a man from the future uses his elucidator to zap them to JB… and then when all of them are back, they (Katherine and Jonah) get sent to the 1400's with Andrea and a Bernese Mountain Dog named Dare, and Andrea is the first baby born in a small village and her name is Virginia Dare. Then they lose the elucidator in "sabotaged" and find out Virginia's (Andrea's) place has been ruined and IS ruins, they see a log with "Croatoan" carved into it and find out something shocking... (MORE)
She was replaced by her Chancellor, John Major, after she left office on 28th November after returning from an EU conference in Brussels. Major was faced with challenges to his leadership of the Government by two other Ministers, Trade and Industry Secretary Michael Hestletine and former Home Secre…tary Douglas Hurd. A leadership election was held within the Tory Party as to who should succeed Thatcher, which John Major won- although he fell short of the winning margin by 2 votes, the other two candidates conceded defeat and he was officially appointed Prime Minister. He remained in office until 2nd May 1997, winning the 1992 election in his own right rather than just as a 'caretaker' PM. Leadership contests of this kind after a Prime Minister resigns are unusual- it's more common simply for the Chancellor to take over unopposed, and lead the Government as PM until the next election. Thatcher served as a backbencher in the Tory Party for a couple of years before being ennobled as Lady Thatcher of Kesteven in 1992, and being elevated to the House of Lords. She served in the Lords for about 15 years before advancing dementia forced her to retire completely from politics (and, indeed, from public life in general) in her early 80s. She now lives a secluded life, and is 87 years old as of November 2012- her husband, Dennis, died on 26th June 2003. Her daughter Carol has made a name for herself as a journalist, TV pundit and author. Her son Mark was recently in trouble after allegations that he was involved with a mercenary group that was planning to overthrow the government of Sierra Leone. (MORE)
The biggest hurricane in terms of damage size was hurricane Carla in 1961. Carla made landfall in Texas as a category four hurricane and caused 2.34 billion dollars in damage and killed only 43 people despite the strength of the storm. Now the largest and most destructive typhoon was typhoon Tip tha…t hit Japan in 1979. It had an incredible diameter of 1,380 miles. The damage cost of this storm is not exactly known, but it can be estimated in the millions of dollars. The largest cyclone was Mahina in 1899 in Australia. (MORE)
No, it was supposed to happen in the year 2000 as well ! There have been many 'doomsday dates' throughout history - the only way the earth will be destroyed in 2012 is if the human race blows it up ! If there was a 'doomsday asteroid' heading this way - we'd have known about it by now !
Jonah gets a note saying he is one of the missing and chip gets a similar letter
I remember them back in the early 70's thru late 70's, they were at 47th and lake park if i remember correctly. They had a slogan " gill's beer, the beer that never goes flat" lol, and it was true and it didn't taste half bad either. They even sold to minors, i was 16 in '76 and i could get it on th…e low low. I think that's what did them in, maybe lost their liquor license..well thats all i got (MORE)
Ellena Roberts is a fictional name for a character in the made-for-television movie, Obsessed (2002), starring Jenna Elfman. The character is based on Diane Schaefer who, in 1990, was sentenced to two years in prison, in New York, for stalking Dr. Murray Brennan, a cancer specialist.
There is currently no consensus on whether the Holodomor, the famine that claimed the lives of millions of Ukrainians, was an ethnic genocide or a natural catastrophe.
Well as you may know they find out there from the future! Nothingout of the ordinary happens from there. They find some other peopleon the survivors list and meet up. In the second to last chapterthere was a sentence that intrigued me. It was " Thirty-sixchildren killed, and sadly, the bodies will N…EVER be found!" (Maybe this is why they were sent to the past... To find out howthey died, you know?) So the story goes on.. It then leaves youwith Jonah and Katherine going to the 15th Century. They have this"zapper" that "zaps" you into the future, so that's how they go!The last sentence is "Welcome to the 15th Century," JB said grimlythrough the Elucidator. "Good Luck!" That's that. Leaves youhanging... so now that I just told you about the end of Found...don't be lazy and go read 'Sent'. -Found, by Margaret Peterson Haddix! (MORE)
The Expos, who had been based in Montreal, Quebec since 1969, moved to Washington, D.C. after the 2004 season and were renamed the Washington Nationals. The franchise has continued to play in the National League East.
I believe that she is in the new Geico commercial that features the singing dog and bird.Hit it Mr.Butters!!!
She is married and has beautiful twins: a boy and a girl. Sweet young lady.
In the middle of the story, Chip and Jonah are just discovering that there might be way more to the stories of their adoptions than they had anticipated.
(1917 - 1986) After appearing with his wife Lucille Ball and mother of two (Lucie Arnaz and Desi Arnaz Jr.) on I Love Lucy for nine seasons, Desi and Lucille got a divorce. Desi struggled to fight cancer, but lost that battle and died on December 2nd 1986 from lung cancer. Lucille was one of the las…t people to talk to him before he died. (MORE)
he died. December 28th 2009 he was found in his home in Huntington Beach CA from accedental overdose. (of what...i dont know sorry. o.o) Avenged Sevenfold got a new drummer, Arin Ilejay. the drummer on the album Nightmare was the drummer from Dream Theatre, Mike Portnoy. but yea, sorry if u didnt al…ready know. Jimmy is dead, has been 4 2 years now. hes buried in his hometown. (MORE)
Jim Nabors is 82 years old and lives in Honolulu, HI, with his husband Stan Cadwallader. The two married on January 15, 2013, although they have been together since 1975.
Broke up and are all now pursuing their own music careers and taking care of family. Kandi is on Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Yes some Earthquakes Happen Every day. In Fact there is so many Earthquakes every day that some are not even noticeable. Earthquakes could also cause something called a TSUNAMI. A TSUNAMI is a huge wave that could damage a lot of land. Some people say that the world will end because of a Huge wave m…ore than 1,000000 FEET TALL that is higher than the empire state in New York! (MORE)
yes it is possible for it to happen its just gonna happen thru a virus in living humans not a reanimated dead corpse
In Japan more than 1 million people died the waves were going very fast buildings were waved a away
No the nile river overflows so frequently that the land around it is fertile and very good for farming.
Well, Space can be very vast. Jupiter Sideburns are on an extended journey. Vocalist Lando is currently residing on Planet Vegas. Guitarist JE Boyce is in the galaxy of Florida and the rhythm section of Wild Bill and Dr. D are in the land of Ohio. There are numerous songs to be heard from the group,… we just need to get them all together back here on earth. (MORE)
He is currently playing bass in the band Down. Their fourth album is expected sometime in 2011.
Simpsons Mock Thatcher Today 8th April 2013 . Strangely the Simpson's cartoon today, mocked Thatcher on the day of her death?. Poor taste or coincidence? Is Sky responsible for this poor taste?.
Margaret Mahy's first published book is called The Lion in the Meadow and was published in 1969.
Sean Kingston is still alive. And downright amazing! He developed a passion for kittens and is now working towards raising as many as he can.
In May of 2011 Kristen Jerisha wed Roger Renner the Chicago actor. They are very much in love despite some mutual bi-polar issues. They last resided in the Uptown neighborhood where she was fundraising and pursuing a certification in social work,he looking into voice-overs. She,of course now goes by… Kristen Renner (MORE)
It already has and is. Einstein's theory of relativity states that time and space are not as constant as everyday life would suggest. He suggested that the only true constant, the speed of light, meant that time can run faster or slower depending on how high you are, and how fast you are travelling.… James Chin-Wen Chou and his colleagues from the US National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colorado, found that when they monitored two highly accurate atomic clocks positioned just a foot apart in height above sea level, they found that time really does run more quickly the higher you are - just as Einstein predicted. (MORE)
I do not believe it ever mentions any specific acts... however there were laws put in place regarding the matter (so it must have happened). (Exodus 22:19) 19 "Anyone lying down with a beast is positively to be put to death. (Leviticus 18:23) 23 "'And you must not give your emission to any beas…t to become unclean by it, and a woman should not stand before a beast to have connection with it. It is a violation of what is natural. (MORE)
Ronnie Radke (ex frontman) caught a girl talking smack to max green (former bassist) over myspace because he forgot to add her as a friend after reopening his account. Ronnie ended up getting into an argument with her boyfriend over myspace and arranged a fight (no weapons were meant to be brought) …basically someone brought a gun, 18 year old Michael Cook died, ronnie was charged with battery, broke his parole and went to prison for two years. Instead of waiting around for him to get out, their kicked the drug addicted rockstar out of the band. Craig Mabbitt joined, made a few reasonably good songs, Escape the Fate lost all the raw emotion behind it and turned into every other poppy-hard rock style band... (MORE)
No, she never stepped foot on a boat again, but she did travel by airplane, train but no boat.
Yes, she had 2. David Armstrong-Jones, Viscount Linley, born 3rd November 1961 and Lady Sarah Chatto, born 1st May 1964. Note that neither hold the title "HRH", or a given royal name. The reason being is that grandchildren, male or female, of a monarch from a female issue are not entitled to a roy…al title, although they still have a place in the line of succession, providing they do not convert to Catholicism. The title of Princess Margret's son is in fact inherited from his farther, not his mother. (MORE)
yes but he messed so he went back in time to fix it so no
The actress, Margaret Hamilton, did not ever do stand-up comedy. She was a schoolteacher before coming an actress. She appeared in many films, television shows, and commercials before her death.
Margaret is one of the main characters in Regular show and she will probably return eventually
Margaret was the only survivor of the bus crash, and the last person to talk to Sugar, and John felt a connection to Margaret because of it. They were good friends.
Child star Margaret O'Brien (born Angela O'Brien in 1937) wasfeatured in several popular films between 1943 and 1949, and won aJuvenile Oscar in 1944. But her career faded as she got older. Her last major billing was in 1960 (age 23). She had few roles as aadult, appearing in two low-budget films a…nd a TV miniseries in the1970s. O'Brien appeared as herself in some later projects, as didexcerpts from her early films. In 2006, Brandeis University's SunDeis Film Festival presented herwith a Lifetime Achievement Award. She has two different stars onthe Hollywood Walk of Fame. (MORE)