Emma

(from the article `1996: Other Winners`) ...PatientArt Direction: Stuart Craig for The English PatientOriginal Dramatic Score: Gabriel Yared for The English PatientOriginal Musical or Comedy ...
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Emma

(from the article `Austen, Jane`) ...Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. Pride and Prejudice seems to have been the fashionable novel of its season. Between January 1814 and March ...
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Emma

(from the article `Brontë, Charlotte`) ...to continue as curate to her father. He did not share his wife`s intellectual life, but she was happy to be loved for herself and to take up her ...
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Emma

[1972 TV serial] Jane Austen`s novel Emma (1815) was released as a six-part TV serial by the BBC in 1972. This dramatization brings to life the wit and humour of Jane Austen`s arguably finest novel Emma, recreating her most irritatingly endearing female character, of whom she wrote `no one but myself could like.` Emma presides over the smal...
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EMMA

[accelerator] The Electron Machine with Many Applications (EMMA) is a project at Daresbury Laboratory in the UK to build a linear non-scaling FFAG to accelerate electrons from 10 to 20 MeV. A FFAG (Fixed Field Alternating Gradient) is a type of accelerator in which the magnetic field in the bending magnets is constant during acceleration. T...
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Emma

[given name] Emma is a given female name. It is derived from the Germanic word ermen meaning whole or universal, and was originally a short form of Germanic names that began with ermen. Emma is also used as a diminutive of Emily, Emmeline, Amelia or any other name beginning with `em`. It was introduced to England by Emma of Normandy, who wa...
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Emma

[manga] Set in Victorian London at the end of the 19th century, Emma is the story of a maid who falls in love with a member of the gentry. However, the young man`s family disapproves of him associating with people of the lower classes. ==Overview== Both the manga and anime versions of Emma are unique for being set in a setting seldom visite...
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Emma

[play] Emma (or Emma: A Play in Two Acts about Emma Goldman, American Anarchist, its full title) is a play by historian and playwright Howard Zinn (1922–2010). It was first performed in 1976. The play dramatizes events from the life of the real Emma Goldman. Zinn wrote the play using Goldman`s autobiography, correspondence between Goldman...
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Emma

[ship] The Emma was a River Flat launched on 29 February 1828 along the Mersey and Irwell Navigation, in Manchester. Built by the New Quay Company, it was one of the largest cargo vessels to be built alongside the Irwell. The vessel capsized shortly after its launch, causing the deaths of as many as 47 of its estimated 200 passengers. Many ...
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Emma

[wrestler] == Professional wrestling career == === Training and International circuit (2003–2011) === Dashwood was introduced into wrestling by her older brother Jake, when she was about 8 years old. She involved herself in the Australian wrestling scene and did some training from the ages of 13 to 15. In 2005, Dashwood made some appearan...
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Emma

Emma is a German name for girls. The meaning is `ambitious, strong` The name Emma is most commonly given to Walloon girls. Emma is at number 1 in the top 50 of Walloon girls (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Amil Emily (English) Aym?ali (German) Malikah Amelia (German, English) Amy (English) Emely (English) The name so...
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Emma

God of Hell.
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