Drusilla


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Drusilla

(dro͞osĭl`ə), daughter of Herod Agrippa I, married to Felix the procurator and mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles.
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"Drusilla," she said (if I have not already mentioned that my Christian name is Drusilla, permit me to mention it now), "you are touching quite innocently, I know--on a very distressing subject."
Have you any pressing engagement, Drusilla? or is your time your own this afternoon?"
And you can be one of the witnesses, Drusilla, when I sign my Will."
Rebecca Killick as Maud, and Emma Lau as Drusilla similarly shone as part of the ensemble, while Consuella Rolle, as the rebellious Enid Nightshade, commanded the stage.
Rebecca Killick as Maud and Emma Lau as Drusilla similarly shone as part of the ensemble, while Consuella Rolle as the rebellious Enid Nightshade commanded the stage every time she set foot on it, delighting the room not only with her pranks and sassy one-liners, but also with her stunning singing voice that was pitch-perfect at all times.
Rebecca Killick (Pink Mist, Bristol Old Vic) plays Maud and Anna Crichlow (Common, National Theatre) plays Enid, alongside Megan Leigh Mason as Miss Drill/Musician and Emma Lau as Drusilla.
When Ottone comically disguises himself as Drusilla, his singing seemed to mature apace.
Franklin O'Connell ARLINGTON HEIGHTS - Franklin O'Connell was born on November 7, 1935 in Austin, Texas, to Harry and Drusilla O'Connell.
class="Magazineutilitytextspan xml:lang="EN-GBThe Acts of the Apostles describes the scene: "Some days later Felix came with his wife Drusilla who was a Jewess.
After putting her original podcast on ice last May, aois21 Creative Aylin Vega returned to the airwaves with cohost Drusilla Vincent in the new sexuality podcast Two Girls, One Joint.
Beth Morris, best known for her roles as Drusilla in I Claudius, Dora in David Copperfield and Evalina Williams in The District Nurse, among many other roles, was found in her home at Y Garn, Penllergaer, by a lifelong friend on St David's Day.
Drusilla Sharpling, inquiry panel member and head of the Truth Project, said: "People from all walks of life experience child sexual abuse.