Rowena


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Rowena

loved by Ivanhoe, who finally claims her hand. [Br. Lit.: Ivanhoe]
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Rowena had a couple of young brothers-- also of no consequence.
She had read the letter to the family, and Rowena had danced away to see to the cleaning and airing of the room by the slave woman, Nancy, and the boys had rushed abroad in the town to spread the great news, for it was a matter of public interest, and the public would wonder and not be pleased if not informed.
The Lady Rowena, who had been absent to attend an evening mass at a distant church, had but just returned, and was changing her garments, which had been wetted by the storm.
Elgitha, let thy Lady Rowena, know we shall not this night expect her in the hall, unless such be her especial pleasure.
Cedric darted at the forward damsel a glance of hasty resentment; but Rowena, and whatever belonged to her, were privileged and secure from his anger.
We should have had talk from Rebecca and Ivanhoe and the soft lady Rowena which would embarrass a tramp in our day.
Huddersfield Coroner's Court heard how Rowena was referred to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Centre at Acre House in Lindley in 2005.
Rowena Ironside and Barbara Moldenhauer have been appointed to the Constitution Group, which oversees projects relating to the electoral system, the online Register to Vote service and the Modern Electoral Registration Programme.
None more so than for young North Shropshire College (NSC) Apprentice, Rowena Bennett, now in her second year within the employability and community education department.
Pedro Talandron, who was assigned at the Army's 564th Engineering Construction Battalion, and his wife, Rowena.
Paul and Rowena Williams, of Rural Retreats & Leisure who also own and operate the Seiont Manor Hotel, are turning the 102-room stately home, the original seat of Lord Newborough, into a five-star hotel and heritage centre.