Ursula


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Ursula

Saint. a legendary British princess of the fourth or fifth century ad, said to have been martyred together with 11 000 virgins by the Huns at Cologne. Feast day: Oct. 21
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During the six months between each appointment, Ursula walked for almost 4,000 miles around Wales - crossing moorlands and mountains - to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer, which include back pain, a swollen stomach and difficulty eating and urinating.
Although Mary didn't speak to Ursula, she addressed cousins Tom Cliffe, then 12, and Barry Buckley, 11, when she appeared to them then in the Knockmealdown Mountains in the following days and mentioned Ursula by name.
After suffering a three-inch blister and losing a stone in the early stages of the hike, Ursula says she now loves it so much she'll find it hard to stop.
At 54, Ursula told how she has finally accepted who she is and is ready to start her life.
Ursula has more than 20 years' experience in procurement and operations, and previously worked for a company specialising in gluten-free foods.
She said: "It's been a lot of hard work but it's Ursula who inspires me to carry on.
Is this what the Dream of Saint Ursula was all about?
Summary: Ursula von der Leyen, Germany's Defence Minister announced that her government will send a medical team from the German Army to Kurdistan Region to treat the members of the Kurdish Peshmarga forces who are injured during conflicts, mainly due to mines.
Scope : Construction of the 30-MW Santa Ursula Wind Farm in the Northeastern Rio Grande do Norte state, Brazil.
Ursula Barrington joined the tenant-run Watmos Community Homes as its chief executive in 2009.
In Life After Life, Atkinson explores the many possible outcomes for her heroine Ursula Todd.
99 Canongate Books Ltd 8 Glasgow: The "Don't you wonder sometimes," Ursula said, "if just one small thing had been changed… surely, things would be different.