Father of the Bride
zoba is how you say elizabeth in aribic
I would venture to say that she did it for profit....... Of course it was for profit, but it was also to expand her business. Elizabeth Taylor's Passion was the most successful celebrity endorsed (and she even worked on the creation of the scent and bottle design as she did with the rest of her perfume line) scent released and it needed a successor. That became White Diamonds and about the same time she released Passion for Men. White Diamonds remains a top seller even after being on the market for over 20 years. A substantial % of Dame Elizabeth's (now The Elizabeth Taylor Trust) profits go to amFAR and The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. So, yes she did it for profit, but it was also to expand the line and to raise money for AIDS.
I would probably say Queen Elizabeth II is most remembered for leading Britain through the Spanish Armada and being the youngest legitimate daughter of King Henry VIII.
My opinion is the Spanish Amanda because they were the ones that had all of the ships, men, weapon's... Sines quite a few years Phillip ii was asking Elizabeth to be his wife but Elizabeth always refuse Phillip was from Spain so he made the Spanish Armada. They say that the had been preparing for the invasion to England for 30 years so they were convinced they were going to win. Mary I of Scotland had Elizabeth's Royal blood so she was her cousin. She was entitled to the throne so she wanted Elizabeth to go so that was Elizabeth's problem. Also the people of England was mostly Catholic and so was Mary so that is a very big advantage.
Taylor is not spanish so its Taylor
actrices (pronounces 'acTREEthess' - 'th' as in 'thin')
It's the same in English and in Spanish so you would just say Taylor.
Payton is Payton in spanish Taylor
Taylor sale con Jeriah
Isabel.'Elizabeth' a Spanish-speaker would pronounce 'AyLEE-the-ahbeth'The Spanish equivalent is 'Isabel', pronounced 'eesahBELL'
You pronounce it Elizabet.
Hola, mi nombre es Taylor.
Eliza is a short form of Elizabeth. The spanish equivalent of Elizabeth is Isabel, pronounced ee-sa-bel.