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Ouida

(wē`də), pseud. of

Louise de la Ramée

(də lä rəmā`), 1839–1908, English novelist. She was a prolific writer of flamboyant, romantic tales, the best of which are Under Two Flags (1867), Moths (1880), and In Maremma (1882). Her stories for children include Two Little Wooden Shoes (1874), Bimbi (1882), and the well-known Dog of Flanders (1872).
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Word spread that Ouida would withdraw from the council if Ahmad Qamar al-Dine, the head of Tripoli's Choice, was elected mayor.
However--and this is the good news--the Islamic Jihad in Gaza doesn't have the skill and operational knowledge to take advantage of the intelligence Ouida gathered in a way that could seriously affect IDF operations or endanger Israelis under the threat of its rockets.
Not only, as Kingsford, Ford or Ouida had attempted to convey, were women being subdued by French male-centered powers through gynecological research, but the incorporation of women within the medical sphere as vivisectors represented an interesting twist, in fact, to what Cobbe had so ardently (and quite successfully) been avouching in England: that the participation of more conservative women in the public sphere through their joining forces with antivivisection organizations was an activity which safeguarded women's feminine virtue.
His wife, Ouida (Wiersma) Hearn, passed away October 20, 2014.
5) The theological terms "fiend," "devilish" and "demon" appear in Victorian reviews of Braddon and Ouida quoted by Schroeder (100).
Ouida was the pen name of Louise dela Ramee, the French-British author of "A Boy of Flanders," a '30s novel which she apparently liked.
On the one hand, newspapers gave space to correspondents such as Ouida, the animal rights activist, dog owner, and prolific Victorian novelist, who described the hysterical reaction to rabies as a "disgraceful panic that has made London the laughing-stock of Europe.
Dario nos dice en una carta a su colaborador que Emelina es una novela del genero espeluznante de las de la escritora inglesa que se firma Ouida [.
Ouida Cox, editor of the monthly magazine of Arkansas Electric Cooperatives Inc.
SPRINGFIELD - Ouida Carolyn Medlin McBride of Springfield died July 13 of age- related causes.
A incorporacao de livros na biblioteca durante o seculo XIX trouxe-lhe maiores alteracoes a nivel da tematica, tendo sido abandonados os temas tradicionais ligados a politica, a religiao e a guerra em favor de assuntos da esfera da educacao de um gentleman farmer: a jardinagem (o almanaque frances Le bon jardinier), a agricultura (Farming in India de Thomas Greenaway (13)), os desportos (de que e exemplo a coleccao Badminton Library of sports and pastimes), as expedicoes geograficas (Journal of the discovery of the source of the Nile de John Hanning Speke), os romances folhetinescos (Wanda de Ouida, Lady Audley's secret de Mary Elizabeth Braddon) ou as biografias de grandes figuras (The life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort de Sir Theodore Martin).