American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Corday, Charlotte 1768-1793. French Revolutionary heroine who was guillotined for the assassination of Jean Paul Marat in 1793.
- n. French revolutionary heroine (a Girondist) who assassinated Marat (1768-1793)
“But exec producer Ken Corday said to me, You'll be back.”
“Days of Our Lives chief Ken Corday promised he'd be bringing romance back to the NBC soap — and he's bringing sexy back, too!”
“Unlike Brook, he won't have Glenda Jackson on hand to writhe and shout as Charlotte Corday, but he does have the excellent Jasper Britton playing the Marquis de Sade.”
“They start with David painting the portrait of Marat, murdered by Charlotte Corday.”
“To add to that, we learned that the house where Marat was stabbed to death in the bathtub by Royalist intruder Charlotte Corday once stood on a nearby street.”
“Tess Corday and her partner Derrick Siegel have been called to a mystical crime scene.”
“When a powerful necromancer is killed, Occult Special Investigator Tess Corday must handle the heavy politics in the occult community as carefully as she handles the scant evidence.”
“This is a time of a lot of uncertainty in the soap community," Corday earlier told The New York Times, which first reported the renewal.”
“Corday & mdash; whose parents helped create the series 45 years ago & mdash; said he "broke down" and cried when Jeff Zucker, NBC Universal's departing chief executive, called him Friday about being re-upped.”
“Corday told McGillis that it's much easier to become spiritual now and people realize that "God is okay with you being gay.”
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