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Corday

Charlotte , full name Marie Anne Charlotte Corday d'Armont. 1768--93, French Girondist revolutionary, who assassinated Marat
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Yates, commented, "We are pleased to have attracted such a seasoned business executive as Brian Corday.
Corday, who has a large following in Southern California, has participated in numerous lesbian events including Dinah Shore in Palm Springs, the Womenfest Concert at John Ford Amphitheater in Los Angeles, and pride festivals in Los Angeles, Long Beach, Orange County and others across the country.
CUTLINE: President Barack Obama introduces Richard Corday in July to be his nominee to serve as the first director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Corday plans to reset the long-running hit series by focusing on beloved characters and romance.
If they let Charlotte Corday into a bloke's bathroom they shouldn't object to Charlotte Church.
Marie-Anne Charlotte de Corday d'Armont (1768-93) assassinated the Jacobin leader Jean-Paul Marat on 13 July 1793 during the height of the Terror.
ER STAR Alex Kingston has ditched cool, sexy Dr Elizabeth Corday to get covered in mud, blood and gore for her return to British TV.
Also On This Day: 1790: Thomas Saint fromLondon patented the first sewing machine; 1793: Charlott Corday was guillotined for the murder of Marat, the French revolutionary; 1841: The first edition of Punch was published; 1945: The Potsdam conference began with world leaders Truman, Stalin and Churchill planning for peace after the Second World War; 1955: Disneyland opened in California; 1968: Yellow Submarine premiered; 1995: It was announced at a press conference that Robbie Williams had left Take That.
City Council Players Present the Death of Murat Sade,'' with Mark Ridley-Thomas in the title role, Chief Legislative Analyst Ron Deaton as Charlotte Corday and the rest of the council as various inmates of the asylum.
During the French Revolution, Charlotte Corday was hailed as a "virgin martyr" and courageous modern Judith by the opponents of Marat.
Corday, commented, "These accomplishments evidence positive steps in our dedication to transition from a developmental stage to a fully operating company.
The 34-year-old beauty has signed a pounds 500,000 deal to play visiting British surgeon Elizabeth Corday in 22 new episodes of ER, to be screened on Sky this autumn and Channel 4 early next year.