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  1. Katherine's father was Paon de Roet, a herald and, later, knight (who was "probably christened as Gilles"), who came to England in the entourage of Philippa of Hainaut, who married King Edward III. Its origin is not documented.

  2. 06/09/2022 · Pace bowler Lauren Bell gets her first international T20 call-up while Katherine Brunt opts to sit out England's three-match series against India.

  3. Katherine's origins are lost in the mists of time. The earliest version in Ancient Greece was Ekaterine, which may have come from the name of a folk dance. Later, the spelling was changed under the influence of the Greek word katharos, meaning "pure" — a desirable virtue.

  4. Katherine Mansfield was born Kathleen Mansfield Beauchamp in Wellington, New Zealand, on October 14, 1888. Innovative, accessible, and psychologically acute, Mansfield’s numerous short stories pioneered the genre’s shape in the 20th century. Her fiction, poetry, journals, and letters cover an array…

  5. 261 Fearless is a global non-profit organization using running as a vehicle to empower & unite women through Education Programs, local women's only 261 Running Clubs & more.

  6. England were nine down and needed 17 off 39 when Deepti ran the non-striker out. ... Katherine Brunt Rmf. 8. Innings: 2 Average: 10.50. Kate Cross Rmf. 6. Innings: 4 Average: 37.33. Nat Sciver Rm. 5.

  7. It was Henry’s wish to divorce his first wife, Katherine of Aragon, that led to England’s break with the Roman Catholic Church and the establishment of the Church of England. Wishing to marry Ann Boleyn and secure a male heir, Henry expected his previous loyal service to the Church to be rewarded by the Pope’s agreement to annul his marriage to Katherine.