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Kempe

1. ?1373--?1440, English mystic. Her autobiography, The Book of Margery Kempe, describes her mystical experiences and pilgrimages in Europe and Palestine
2. Rudolf . 1910--76, German orchestral conductor, noted esp for his interpretations of Wagner
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Kempe's accounts of the pressures Khrushchev faced from Mao and Ulbricht, and internally from some members of his own Politburo, are absolutely riveting.
To provide easy accessibility and seamless operation, the services operating towards Mysore are shifted to the Satellite Bus station from the Kempe Gowda bus Station.
The author asserts that Kempe and Chaucer "adapt the hagiographic model of xenoglossia" in order to present "writerly control and authority" (2).
In 1960, Kempe gave an address presenting his concerns about the problematic side effects of smallpox vaccination, including mortality and significant morbidity (13).
Kempe, 20, from Abergavenny, accompanied Aled Jones on a pre-Christmas UK tour and will have her debut album released in March.
At such low temperatures ethylene-vinyl acetate reaches the glass transition temperature (Kempe, 2007) and elastic material thus changes into solid and very brittle.
Kempe's community express their desire for her to be removed from the world and enclosed.
Martin Marprelate and his detractors, developing connections between this satire and the professional clowns Tarlton and his successor Kempe. Hornback argues persuasively that Jack Cade and Dogberry, both likely parts played by William Kempe, would have been seen as puritan clowns by their original audiences.
"They are calling the Atlantic Ocean the Saudi Arabia of wind power," Kempe said.
Both are on form, with Kempe - now based in London - fifth in the UK rankings and likely to be second seed going into the competition and Scourfield, who has just broken into the top-10 rankings, also likely to be seeded No 2.
Before giving birth to 14 children, the real Margery Kempe was said to have been "comely," and Sofia Jean Gomez, the voluptuous beauty who plays her here, is nothing if not comely.
Inspired by the fifteenth-century text "The Book of Margery Kempe" (which happens to be the first known autobiography written in English), The Book of the Maidservant follows Johanna, a serving girl in attendance to medieval holy woman Dame Margery Kempe.