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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Ursula, 75, of Newport, Middlesbrough, has issued a public thank you to all who helped when her car ploughed through a fence in Cambridge Road, Linthorpe.
Ursula, 11, of Halifax, had a history of self harming, a brief hearing at Bradford Coroner's Court was told yesterday.
Halifax's Lightcliffe Academy, where Ursula was a pupil, called her death "heartbreaking", adding: "Our thoughts and prayers are with Ursula's family and friends.
And if you're wondering how someone gets to be an artist's model, you'd be surprised at how Ursula applied.
Ursula y Chino, que se enamoraron durante el rodaje de la serie La Embajada, aun no han cumplido su primer ano juntos, pero su relacion esta de lo mas consolidada.
Ursula, so you can scout for items, place an order or buy straight.
The licensee of Ursula was also convicted and fined $30,000 at Eastern Magistrates' Courts today (September 2) for overcharging three job seekers.
Ursula Hayajneh leapt to her feet in tears and branded Andrew Houston a killer as his defence counsel summed up for the jurors after a three-day trial.
The Catholic Church honors today the life and works of Saint Ursula, the venerated patron of students.
Ursula Martin, 35, from Machynlleth, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer more than three years ago and decided to walk to future hospital appointments to raise money for the charities which supported her through the illness.
Ursula Foley - then Ursula O'Rourke - was one of several people who witnessed an apparition of Mary at Melleray Grotto in Co Waterford in August 16, 1985.