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  1. › wiki › Mary_OliverMary Oliver - Wikipedia

    Mary Jane Oliver (September 10, 1935 – January 17, 2019) was an American poet who won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. Her work is inspired by nature, rather than the human world, stemming from her lifelong passion for solitary walks in the wild.

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    Das älteste britische Bauwerk in Chennai ist das 1640 gegründete Fort St. George. Ein Teil des Komplexes wird immer noch von der indischen Armee genutzt, daneben befinden sich im Inneren der Festung das Fort Museum und die St. Mary's Church (siehe unten). Ferner beherbergt das Fort St. George das Parlament des Bundesstaates Tamil Nadu. Im 19.

  3. De acordo com Jane Shelley, Mary Shelley queria ser enterrada com sua mãe e seu pai; mas Percy e Jane, julgaram o cemitério de St Pancras "terrível", e preferiram enterrá-la em St Peter's Church, Bournemouth, próximo a sua nova residência em Boscombe. [129]

  4. The tale of the ferryman's daughter Mary and her benefactions became very popular, but later historians tried to rationalise Linsted's story. Thus the author of an 1862 guidebook to the then St Saviour's church suggested it was probable that the "noble lady" Swithen had in fact been a man – Swithun, Bishop of Winchester, from 852 or 853 until his death in 863.

  5. The RMS Queen Mary is a 1936 Art Deco ocean liner permanently docked at Long Beach. Roughly 200 ft (61 m) longer than the RMS Titanic , the former Cunard Liner is famous for being the fastest in the world from 1936 to 1952, for its distinctive art deco design and for its use during World War II as a troop transport.

  6. Hugh Boone was arrested at once, but would say nothing, except to deny any knowledge of St. Clair. He also resisted any attempt to make him wash. Holmes was initially quite convinced that St. Clair had been murdered, and that Boone was involved. Thus he investigated the den in disguise. He and Watson return to St. Clair's home, to a surprise.

  7. Gillingham (/ ˈ dʒ ɪ l ɪ ŋ əm / JIL-ing-əm) is a large town in the unitary authority area of Medway in the ceremonial county of Kent, England.The town forms a conurbation with neighbouring towns Chatham, Rochester, Strood and Rainham.