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Millay

Edna St Vincent. 1892--1950, US poet, noted esp for her sonnets; her collections include The Buck in the Snow (1928) and Fatal Interview (1931)
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Millay, they actually were human beings) needed to do to get stains out.
It was Millay and her Dutch husband, Eugen Jan Boissevain, who had the home renovated from the Italiante to the Dutch Colonial style in the 1920s.
Todd Millay, executive director at the Wharton Global Family Alliance, the Philadelphia-based research center on family business governance, wealth management and philanthropy, says a clear and credible process of developing family-member employees is crucial.
Dave Millay, chairman of the Coleman Creek Greenway Committee, reports that recommendations for a phased plan of development along the creek should be ready by spring.
In Keene: Lorre Millay senior member service supervisor; and Hollis Sweeney, member service representative.
Elinor Wylie, as good a poet and as lovely a woman as Millay, died at forty-three, and is today scarcely remembered.
Vincent Millay has sexual encounters with any man available, gets pregnant, has an abortion and is depressed for some reason; Zelda Fitzgerald marries Scott, runs up huge hotel bills, shops till she drops, and loses her mind.
Currently a Tennessee Williams Scholar in poetry at the Sewanee Writers Conference at the University of the South in Tennessee, Kelle's poems have previously appeared in such publications as "Agni", "The New Yorker", "Luna", and "Witness", and she was named the Norma Millay Ellis Fellow for 2003 by the Millay Colony for the Arts in New York.
The composer has been in residence at the MacDowell Colony, Yaddo, Bellagio Center, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Millay Colony for the Arts, Ragdale Foundation, Montana Artists Refuge, and American Dance Festival.
Vincent Millay, Edith Sitwell, Vita Sackville-West, Laura (Riding) Jackson, Dorothy Parker, Stevie Smith whose work is usually treated from perspectives of subsequent Modernism.