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Mathilde

(mă-tild ) ((253) Mathilde) A C-type main-belt asteroid, discovered in 1885 by the Austrian astronomer Johann Palisa. It was studied at close quarters in 1997 by the Near-Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR-Shoemaker) mission, which observed it to be 52 km across, with at least five craters more than 20 km across. It has an unusually long rotational period of 17.4 days.
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Mathilde has illustrated little red hearts by hand on T-shirts and vest tops as well as little tweed jackets that are as soft as knitwear.
Mathilde Leiber nee Oppenheimer (1805-90) was the daughter of a wealthy bourgeois Hamburg couple who was firmly convinced of a conservative concepts of gender roles, marriage, and womanhood.
Mathilde Loujayne with her book 'Big Little Steps' at the Abu Dhabi Book Fair.-Photo by Ryan Lim/ Khaleej Times
Mathilde is the independent, responsible adult, while Mom is the wide-eyed innocent.
Earlier today, Belgium's Royal Couple, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde received a ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan, here.
It is here that Maria first encounters Mathilde Beaulieu (Lou de Laage), a young doctor who is initially reluctant to visit the convent but later risks her life and career to care for the women there.
The setting is Poland at the end of the Second World War where a French Red Cross medic, Mathilde (Lou de Laage), is approached by a nun to help a sick sister.
The setting is Poland at the end of the Second World War where a French Red Cross medic, Mathilde, is approached by a nun to help a sick sister.
The setting is Poland at the end of the World War II where a French Red Cross medic, Mathilde, is approached by a nun to help a sick sister.
24 (Petra)--Queen Mathilde of Belgium on Monday, visited the Zaatri camp for Syrian refugees to check on conditions of the refugees.
THE STORY: Lancelot ("Lotto") and Mathilde meet at Vassar College a few weeks before graduation and marry after a two-week courtship.
Handsome, charismatic Lancelot, known as Lotto, meets the palely beautiful Mathilde in college, and after a brief courtship, they marry.