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Bernhardt

Sarah. original name Rosine Bernard. 1844--1923, French actress, regarded as one of the greatest tragic actresses of all time
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In Haiti, Bernhardt worked with several stakeholders to form the Microinsurance Catastrophe Risk Organisation, a donor-capitalized insurer designed to help entrepreneurs protect themselves financially following natural catastrophes by providing their domestic financial service providers with various risk transfer solutions.
No one knew the true identity of Sarah's father--including Youle--and the absence of a paternal figure was to haunt Bernhardt all her life.
By today's standards Bernhardt would probably be thought a bit hammy, but hey - who knows what they will think of us a century hence.
At this point, I don't think you can tell much about the people themselves," Bernhardt told Live Science, adding that archaeologists are interested in learning more about them.
Lewis, Anne and I have collectively over 100 years of service here," said Bernhardt Sr.
Bernhardt and Tang have drawn attention to extremely important issues facing our profession.
The lead editorial in the Gazette, headed "Mme Sarah Bernhardt," commented "there are few persons living today who have a personality as unique as that of Mme Bernhardt .
Bernhardt says that the concentrations are lower than groundwater concentrations at several contaminated sites in the United States.
Researches involved in the restoration study say that it is impossible to determine ``if the desired environmental benefits of river restoration are being achieved,'' Bernhardt said.
Menefee Sarah Bernhardt in the Theatre of Films and Sound Recordings.
Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923) has returned to New York and reclaimed center stage.
The new Labor Director Michael Bernhardt (48), who was appointed to the Executive Board of Bilfinger SE in September, took up his position on November 1, 2015.