Annie

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The Upstairs Room - Summary
... Reiss is known as Annie de Leeuw during the period of the book ... Because the de Leeuw family was Jewish, the Nazi occupation places Annie and her family in grave danger ... Annie and her elder sister Sini are hidden for two years ...
Annie (film) - Plot
... In 1933, Annie, a young orphan living in the Hudson Street Orphanage in New York City during the Great Depression, thinks that her parents simply left her there ("Maybe") ... Annie attempts to flee to find her parents, but the orphanage's cruel and alcoholic supervisor Miss Agatha Hannigan catches her and orders the orphans to clean up the ... Bundles, Annie befriends a dog and later names him Sandy after convincing the dogcatcher that he is hers ...
Annie, Lady De Sausmarez
... Annie Elizabeth, Lady de Sausmarez GBE (1856/1857 –15 March 1947), often called Lady de Sausmarez, even after she was created a dame, née Annie Elizabeth Mann, was a British ...
Annie (film)
... Annie is a 1982 American musical film produced by Rastar and distributed by Columbia Pictures based on the Broadway musical of the same name, which in turn was based on the Little Orphan ... The film tells the story of Annie, an orphan living in New York City who desires to have a good family ... Annie was released on May 17, 1982, and received mixed reviews from film critics ...
Love Bites (TV Series) - Episodes
0 "Pilot" Marc Buckland Cindy Chupack Annie and Frannie are the last two single girls standing after all of their friends get married 1 "Firsts" Marc Buckland Cindy Chupack June 2 ... Danielle Sanchez-Witzel Larry Wilmore June 9, 2011 (2011-06-09) 2.37 When Annie's friend Jodie bakes a banana bread for her new flame Charlie, he feels threatened and tells ... Annie's sister Chloe sets up a blind date for her ...

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    Annie Laurie
    Gie’d me her promise true;
    Gie’d me her promise true,
    Which ne’er forgot will be;
    And for bonnie Annie Laurie
    I’d lay me doune and dee.
    William Douglas (1672?–1748)