Harriet

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Gertrude Stein - Alice B.Toklas
... In 1908, they summered in Fiesole, Italy, Toklas staying with Harriet Lane Levy, the companion of her trip from the United States, and her housemate until Alice moved in with Stein and Leo in 1910 ... Toklas arrived in 1907 with Harriet Levy, with Toklas maintaining living arrangements with Levy until she moved to 27 Rue de Fleurus in 1910 ... In "Harriet", Stein considers Levy's nonexistent plans for the summer, following her nonexistent plans for the winter She said she did not have any plans for the summer ...
Ask Harriet
... Ask Harriet is a short-lived American television situation comedy that ran for one season in 1998 on FOX ... Ask Harriet was created by David Cassidy, Jonathan Prince, and Billy Riback ...
List Of Franklin Characters - Adults / Parents
... Elizabeth Turtle - she is Franklin's and Harriet's mother ... He is Franklin and Harriet's father and Mrs ... He always seems to be home when Franklin and Harriet are and can be seen in Back to School with Franklin doing gardening after Franklin has left for school ...
An Infamous Army - Plot Summary
... his fears about remaining in Brussels, especially since his wife, Harriet is expecting their third child ... Harriet Tavener, Judith's brother's wife, had snubbed Bab, leading Bab to charm Perry as punishment ... Charles Audley Sir Peregrine ("Perry") Taverner Sir Peregrine ("Perry") Taverner Miss Harriet Fairford Harriet (Fairford), Lady Taverner Novels by ...
List Of JAG Episodes - Episodes - Season 4: 1998–1999
... Harriet Simms is promoted to the grade of Lieutenant (junior grade) 16 ... "Silent Service" Alan J ... out all the stops to find out who she was and why someone killed her, as Harriet deals with her own emotions regarding the case ... Harm deals with the loss of his Corvette while Bud and Harriet shop for a family vehicle 23 ... "Yeah, Baby" Alan J ...

Famous quotes containing the word harriet:

    Many Americans imagine simpler times even as a storm of social change swirls about, blowing parents here and children there. Sure, the 1950s ideal world would be wonderful. But knock on the nation’s doors: Ozzie and Harriet are seldom at home.
    Leslie Dreyfous (20th century)

    Summer is different. We now have breakfast together, for example ... it hasn’t happened in so long that we’re not sure how to go about it. So we bump into each other in the kitchen. I never saw Ozzie and Harriet bump into each other in the kitchen—not once. Ozzie knew his place was at the table, while Harriet knew that her place was at the stove.
    Nathan Cobb (20th century)