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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Two employment agencies (EAs), namely Jen's Employment Agency Limited (Jen's) (located in Tsuen Wan) and Ursula Advanced Employment Center (Ursula) (located in Causeway Bay) were convicted for overcharging foreign domestic workers (FDHs) in the past two days.
Houston's wife Abigail, 42, and daughter Mia, seven, were also killed in the head-on smash with Ursula's car.
Ursula Parish Church in Binangonan, Rizal in celebration of the feast of its patroness.
During the six months between each appointment, Ursula walked for almost 4,000 miles around Wales - crossing moorlands and mountains - to raise awareness of the symptoms of ovarian cancer, which include back pain, a swollen stomach and difficulty eating and urinating.
Although Mary didn't speak to Ursula, she addressed cousins Tom Cliffe, then 12, and Barry Buckley, 11, when she appeared to them then in the Knockmealdown Mountains in the following days and mentioned Ursula by name.
Care worker Ursula Martin has been trekking for 18 months to raise awareness of ovarian cancer.
IN KATE ATKINSON'S best-selling Life After Life, time rearranged itself, chaotic and unremitting, and Ursula Todd's life perpetually looped back to its beginning.
READ IT IN KATE ATKINSON'S best-selling Life After Life, time rearranged itself, chaotic and unremitting, and Ursula Todd's life perpetually looped back to its beginning.
nicknamed Ursula, who lived a short life in a valley between what we
Is this what the Dream of Saint Ursula was all about?