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  • "Rightly was the name Sheilah, the one who is demanded, given to thee, that thou shouldst be offered up as a sacrifice.

    The Legends of the Jews — Volume 4

  • Sheilah Ward, who was married to Peter Ling (himself the author of a Troughton-era Doctor Who story), wrote a 1958 children's sf series for ITV, Time Is The Enemy (as well as a couple of episodes of The Avengers).

    British women writers of TV sf before 1970

  • AUTHORS APPEARANCE, Sheilah Kast and Jim Rosapepe will talk about their book of essays, "Dracula Is Dead: How Romanians Survived Communism ... and Emerged as the New Italy." 10: 10-11 a.m.,

    Montgomery County community calendar, Oct. 21-28, 2010

  • Sheilah Larnhart, a Gulf War veteran and Michigan resident, testified at the Senate Senior Citizens and Veterans Affairs Committee in support of the legislation.

    NEWS NOVEMBER 2009

  • Four-year-old Sheilah raced into the kitchen at one point thirsty for a drink of water.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The World Affairs Council presents “Culture Through Cuisine,” a dinner followed by discussion and lecture on Turkish cuisine by food writer and cooking instructor Sheilah Kaufman.

    An Ideal Location « PubliCola

  • By 1949, their brood had grown to six: Patricia the oldest, Deirdre now four, Bill who was three, two-year-old Sheilah, and the twin babies David and Mary.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • Mary was buried in Arlington National Cemetery next to Patricia and Sheilah.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • The "Sheilah Mentality" by JC Garrett on Sunday, Aug 31, 2008 at 12: 44: 53 PM

    Police State In Republican Convention City

  • Sheilah Zimpel, of Raleigh, North Carolina, wrote, "Here in the South we call that white trash."

    Word Fugitives

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