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Potter

1. (Helen) Beatrix. 1866--1943, British author and illustrator of children's animal stories, such as The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1902)
2. Dennis (Christopher George). 1935--94, British dramatist. His TV plays include Pennies from Heaven (1978), The Singing Detective (1986), and Blackeyes (1989)
3. Paulus. 1625--54, Dutch painter, esp of animals
4. Stephen. 1900--70, British humorist and critic. Among his best-known works are Gamesmanship (1947) and One-Upmanship (1952), on the art of achieving superiority over others
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No, you've always been fair and square with me, Muff Potter, and I won't go back on you.
EST - "Movie Night with Karlie Kloss," which features Kloss and her friends watching "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
1990 JK Rowling imagines Harry Potter for the first time on a train 1991 Rowling, 26, writes 10 different first chapters 1994 She writes Harry Potter on notepads in cafes around Edinburgh 1995 Rowling finishes Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone 1996 Bloomsbury Press accepts the book 1997 Published in the UK, with 500 copies printed 1998 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets published with a print run of more than 10,000 1999 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban spends four weeks on top of the best-sellers charts 2000 Rowling earns $40m in 1999.
Harry Potter Theme Park: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened last June at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida and includes rides like Harry Potter And The Forbidden Journey, whisking riders through Hogwarts .
Vincens) Hill Potter; a son, David Potter and his wife Lonnie of Thorndike, ME; two daughters, Winifred Potter Noyes and her husband Peter of Thorndike, ME, and Lynne Potter Wetherill and her husband Todd of Painted Post, NY; two sisters, Eleanor Potter Kimball of Niantic, CT, and Jane Potter Allen and her husband George of Slingerlands, NY; his sister-in-law, Amy Potter of Simsbury, CT; six grandchildren Samara Potter Gunter and Jeremiah Potter, Clayton Wetherill and Patrick Wetherill, and Jin Philips and David Hill, III; two stepsons, David Hill and his wife Kyu of Youngstown, FL, and Paul V.
Children's publisher Scholastic has announced that it is to host 'Harry Potter Place', an interactive street celebration for children and adults at Scholastic headquarters in Mercer Street, New York City, to celebrate the release of the final Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, on 21 July.
com have analyzed the first six Harry Potter titles for hidden clues on what might happen in the final book, so any Potter fan speculating on the final adventure will find much to fascinate in What Will Happen in Harry Potter 7.
It's hard to resist the unforced charms of Chris Noonan's ``Miss Potter,'' even though you realize about halfway through that it'd be a better movie if the two main actresses had switched parts.
Not long after the release of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, the sixth Harry Potter book, worldwide sales for the series topped 270 million copies.
Written by a devout Christian who is pro-literature and pro-fun, yet at the same time aware of the vulnerabilities of the developing minds of young Christian children, Harry Potter, Narnia, and the Lord of the Rings: What You Need to Know About Fantasy Books and Movies is a balanced appraisal of the positive and negative influences that popular fantasy novels and movies can have upon the Christian youth of today.
If you want an unofficial guide to Harry Potter's characters and commentary on their roots in other fantasy classics, use George Beahm's Fact, Fiction And Folklore In Harry Potter's World, an intriguing survey of over 300 entries to locate the myths, legends, literature and history in the Potter novels.
Grubb & Ellis Company announced its exclusive representation for the sale of a retail cooperative in the Potter Building at 38 Park Row, also known as 145 Nassau Street.