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How does gertrude die in Hamlet?

Gertrude accidentally drinks from the poisoned cup, which Polonius had intended for Hamlet to drink from during his duel with Laertes. (In some productions, Gertrude knows tha (MORE)
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How does Gertrude die in the book Hamlet?

Queen Gertrude dies because she accidently drinks out of the poisoned cup that was intended for Hamlet to drink from. She dies from drinking poisoned wine that King Claudius (MORE)

What is gertrude famous for?

Gertrude Elion is famous for her research in biochemistry. One of  them had contributed to the development of AZT, a drug for AIDS.
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What were the contributions of Gertrude B Elion?

she was an amazing woman and she contributed a lot some are below:     1. her work was fundamental in developing chemotherapy   2. She invented the leukemia-fightin (MORE)

What poison killed Queen Gertrude?

  Claudius tries to poison Hamlet, but the Queen Drinks the poisoned wine. The poison would need to be able to have been put in the wine easily, and not noticeable in the (MORE)

Is Gertrude B Elion married?

No, she is not married. After the love of her life, Leonard Canter, died, she had no intention of marriage.
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Is gertrude loyal to claudius?

She appears to be completely loyal to him up to the point where Hamlet says (in the closet scene) "Almost as bad, dear mother, as kill a king, and marry with his brother." Ham (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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What became of Glenn Miller's saxophonist Al Klink?

He worked for Benny Goodman and Tommy Dorsey; was on staff of the Tonight Show for 20+ years until they moved to California. He played with the World's Greatest Jazz Band, and (MORE)