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- Emmeline Pankhurst (née Goulden; 15 July 1858 – 14 June 1928) was an English political activist. She is best remembered for organizing the UK suffragette...
- Emmeline, The Orphan of the Castle is the first novel written by English writer Charlotte Smith; it was published in 1788. A Cinderella story in which...
- with Emmeline, she rebuffs him; as a result, Richard hides from Emmeline and ****s. A ship appears for the first time in years, but Emmeline does...
- Shields and Christopher Atkins. The story centers on two cousins, **** and Emmeline Lestrange, who are marooned with a galley cook on an island in the South...
- Social and Political Union (WSPU), a women-only movement founded in 1903 by Emmeline Pankhurst, which engaged in direct action and civil disobedience. In 1906...
- Emmeline (also spelled Emiline, Emmilene, Emmaline, or Ameline) is a female given name. The medieval name, a short form of Germanic names beginning with...
- Emmeline Hawthorne is a New Zealand actress who is known for her role as Anne Greenlaw on the long running New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. An...
- Emmeline is a book by Judith Rossner. Published in 1980, Emmeline details the local legend of a woman who becomes ostracized by everyone in her hometown...
- Emmeline Edwards is a Haitian-American neurochemist serving as director of the division of extramural research at the National Center for Complementary...
- content. On November 16, 1893, the 29-year-old Stieglitz married 20-year-old Emmeline Obermeyer, the sister of his close friend and business ****ociate Joe Obermeyer...