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Hatto

for hardheartedness to poor during famine, eaten by mice. [Ger. Legend: LLEI, I: 290]

Hatto

during a famine he saves food for the rich by burning the poor, whom he compares to mice; mice invade his tower and devour him. [Ger. Legend: Brewer Dictionary, 439]
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She is survived by her four children, Anita Hatto, Vivian (William) Malnar, Kathleen Zerillo, Tracy Baker; 12 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, by her sister, Josephine (James) Arruda and many nieces and nephews.
Olafsson, who seems to be drawn to conjoined themes and multiple plotlines, also read about a British pianist named Joyce Hatto, "who got involved with her husband in a fraudulent exercise" to pass off the recordings of other musicians as her own work.
We want to use the network to provide visibility of all the threats to be ahead of them and face them," Stuart Hatto, EMEA field product manager at Cisco Security, says.
They need to invest in the right security solutions and follow best practices," says Stuart Hatto, EMEAR field product manager, Cisco Security.
The dramatic operatjust over six wee thieves staged a worthy of a H film s Hatto Safe Ltd L o The dramatic operation came just over six weeks after thieves staged a burglary worthy of a Hollywood film script at Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Ltd in Central London.
Among the BBC's recent festive hits are the Morecambe and Wise biopic Eric and Ernie, Victoria Wood's drama Loving Miss Hatto and Great Expectations, starring Gillian Anderson as Miss Havisham.
Among the recent BBC festive hits are the Morecambe and Wise biopic Eric and Ernie, Victoria Wood's drama Loving Miss Hatto and Great Expectations, starring Gillian Anderson as Miss Havisham.
As well as one-off comedy specials, multi-talented Victoria also wrote and starred in World War II drama Housewife, 49 for ITV based on the diaries of Nella Last, played Eric Morecambe's mum in BBC drama Eric And Ernie and wrote Loving Miss Hatto inspired by concert pianist Joyce Hatto.
Homaira Nakhat Dastgirzada, Poet (Afghanistan)• Dawood Hakimi, Poet (Afghanistan)• Julieta Valero, Poet (Spain)• Hatto Fischer, Philosopher, Poet und Co-ordinator of Poiein kai Prattein (Germany)• Winston Morales Chavarro, Poet (Colombia)• Al Hunter, Poet(Anishinaabe Nation, Canada)• Siki Dlanga, Writer and poet (South Africa)• Carey Lenehan, Poet and Writer for Peace (London, UK)• Ernesto Carrion Poeta (Ecuador)• Rira Abbasi, Poet, writer and director of International peace poetry festival (Iran)• Mindy Zhang, Poet and translator (China-USA)• Haroon Rahoon, Poet (Afghanistan)• Samay Hamed, Poet (Afghanistan)• S.
Joyce Hatto and William "Barrie" Barrington-Coupe were a seemingly ordinary couple who pulled off the greatest fraud the classical music world has ever known from a bungalow in Hertfordshire.