Ana de Mendoza y de la Cerda, Princess of Eboli, Duchess of Pastrana. (29 June 1540 – 2 February 1592) - he was considered one of Spain's greatest beauties, despite having lost an eye in a mock duel with a page when she was young.
She had an absurd but great sense of humor: | 29 Reasons Daria Was TV's Greatest Cynic
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This makes me extremely sad. Abby lost some of her best dancers and it seems like she doesn't even care. Everyone is replaceable but she is having a hard time finding replacements for Brooke and Paige. And to fans none of y he original seven are replaceable
Jackie reads the newspaper headline of her husband's nomination. She did not attend the convention, because she was pregnant. She had attended the 1956 convention, when JFK was considered for Vice-President. She was pregnant then, and lost the baby.
Louise Cromwell Brooks (1890-1965) was an American socialite considered to be Washington's most beautiful young women. She is shown here in 1911 at the age of 21.
Queen Elizabeth's Tomb She became Queen in 1558 at the age of 25. Considered by many to be the greatest monarch in English history. She was the daughter of King Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn.
When she tried to show off. | 29 Times Siri Was Actually A Bit Of A Dick
Janusz Korczak was a world renowned educationalist. Despite having the chance to be sent to a safer camp, he refused and instead stayed with the children from his orphanage on their final journey to a death camp.
Louise Cromwell Brooks (1890-1965) was an American socialite considered to be Washington's most beautiful young woman. She is shown here in 1911 at the age of 21 . She was married to General Douglas MacArthur from 1922-1929.
Erna Wallisch (10 February 1922 – 21 February 2008) allegedly was one of approximately 3700 female guards in two Nazi concentration camps, but despite several trials was never convicted. In 2007, she was seventh on the Simon Wiesenthal Center's list of most wanted war criminals that had never been convicted
Maria Luisa de Savoy, Princesse de Lamballe. 1788 Anton Hickel. (Married at 16 to Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, Prince de Lamballe, the heir to the greatest fortune in France and the grandson of Louis XIV. She was a close friend of Marie Antoinette and was brutally murdered in the massacres of September 1792 during the French Revolution.) teaattrianon.blog...
June 2010 - The prince was enthusiastic as he met with young students of the Herd Boys school in the Lesotho village
Despite the odds she LOVES :)
“I saw this little dog,” he recalled. She was a female, white and brindle. He asked the shelter staff
Cat lovers everywhere like nothing more than a hug and kiss from their feline friends. Ana Julia Torres, however, went a step further when she was kissed by a much bigger cat - a 17-stone lion.Ana rescued grateful Jupiter, an African lion, from a circus in Colombia six years ago. He was extremely malnourished after having been badly mistreated.Now though he is the picture of health and couldn't resist planting a huge smacker on Ana, who runs a shelter for sick and mistreated animals.
They lost touch after graduation. Then, as a sophomore in college, she discovered he was stationed with the Marines 20 miles south of her ca...
Marie Adélaïde of Savoy (1685–1712), Duchess of Burgundy in 1710 by Gobert. The lovely duchess married Louis, Duke of Burgundy, her second cousin, grandson and heir of Louis XIV. It was said she was one of only 2 people the king had ever really loved. She, her husband, and the older of their young sons died of measles. She was 26. Her surviving son became Louis XV.
This guy was considered so fat in 1885, that he was in a freak show....... makes you think
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Maria Christina, Duchess of Teschen, 1765, by Meister der Erzherzoginnenportraits (Maria Christina Johanna Josepha Antonia; 13 May 1742 – 24 June 1798), called "Mimi", was the fourth daughter and fifth child of Maria Theresa of Austria and Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor. She was the Regent (governor) of the Austrian Netherlands in 1781–1793. She was the sister of the French Queen Marie Antoinette.
Gertrude Elion (January 23, 1918): Gertrude was an American biochemist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1988. She was the fifth woman to recieve a Nobel Prize in this category, but was the first woman to win without being a physician or having a doctoral degree. She is considered the founder of molecular pharmacology.
For the Walls...
(OPEN JELSA RP. NEED A JACK) He hovers over her, his fingers trailing the bare skin of her collarbone. She shivered, despite being immune to the cold. She let him lay her down, she doesn't know why. It was a weird feeling...the wanting. It's what she felt most. She wanted him. He leaned down and whispered in her ear before nipping it softly. She yelped and waited for him to kiss her.
Learn your DBT's with this post. DBT is the treatment that helped me overcome the symptoms of BPD. (Dr. Linehan was once considered a psychiatric lost cause. Boy, did she prove the world wrong!)
She thought he was a pirate. He thought she was a governess. Two wrongs have never made such a scandalously perfect right. Historical Romance of the Year nominee, 2013 Reviewers' Choice Awards.
Olive Borden, c.1925 Olive Borden was an American actress in silent and early talkies. Nicknamed “The Joy Girl”, she was known for her jet-black hair and was considered one of the most beautiful actresses of her era. Many of her silent films have been lost and Olive Borden has become a “forgotten” star.
Queen Charlotte: Known to many as the first Black Queen of England, Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, was married to King George III. Although many argue over Queen Charlotte’s ambiguous racial background, it was discovered that she was a direct descendent of Margarita de Castro y Sousa, a Black branch of the Portuguese Royal family. Throughout history many have commented that she had Black/African features, and her beauty and her mixed heritage was eloquently captured in a poem written f
Victorian - Carson Mansion in Eureka CA--"considered the most grand Victorian home in America." William Carson (July 15, 1825 – February 20, 1912), for whom the mansion was built, arrived in San Francisco from New Brunswick, Canada in 1849. He was one of Northern California's first major lumber barons.