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Marie Teresa Rios
Marie may refer to: People Name * Marie (given name) * Marie (Japanese given name) * Marie (murder victim), girl who was killed in Florida after being pushed in front of a moving vehicle in 1973 * ''Marie'', Biblical reference to Holy Mary, mother of Jesus Surname * Jean Gabriel Marie (other) * Peter Marié (1826–1903), American socialite from New York City, philanthropist, and collector of rare books and miniatures * Rose Marie (1923–2017), American actress and singer * Teena Marie (1956–2010), American singer, songwriter, and producer Places * Marie, Alpes-Maritimes, commune of the Alpes-Maritimes department, France * Lake Marie, Umpqua Lighthouse State Park, Winchester Bay, Oregon, U.S. * Marie, Arkansas, U.S. * Marie, West Virginia, U.S. Art, entertainment, and media Music * "Marie" (Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys song), a song, by Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys on the 1969 album ''The Street Giveth... And The Street Taketh Away'' * "Marie" (song) ...
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Marie (given Name)
Marie is the French form of Mary, directly derived from Latin Maria. It is also the standard form of the name in Czech, and is also used, either as a variant of Mary or Maria or a borrowing from French, in Danish, English, German, Norwegian, and Swedish. Compound names Feminine Female compound given names * Marie-Agnès * Marie-Claire * Marie-Claude * Marie-Georges * Marie-France * Marie-Françoise * Marie Louise * Marie-Madeleine * Marie-Odile * Marie Sophie * Marie Thérèse Masculine French Marie, just as Italian/Spanish ''Maria'', is traditionally also used in masculine compound names or more rarely as a middle name, especially in Catholic families. * André-Marie * Jacques-Marie (other) * Jean-Marie * François-Marie People with the name Marie *Marie-Anne Rousselet (1732–1826), French engraver and illustrator. *Marie Antoinette (1755–1793), Queen of France and Archduchess of Austria, who was decapitated by a guillotine during the French Revolution *Marie Avgeropo ...
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Marie (1980 TV Series)
''Marie'' is an American comedy-variety show hosted by and starring singer-actress Marie Osmond that aired on NBC from December 12, 1980 to September 26, 1981 with a total of seven episodes, split across two abbreviated seasons. Overview Fred Silverman, then the President of NBC, had attempted to replicate the success of the 1976–79 variety show ''Donny & Marie'' (which Silverman had commissioned while at ABC) when he green-lit ''Pink Lady and Jeff'' earlier in 1980. That show proved to be an all-around disaster and was canceled after only five episodes. The Osmond family was in a lull in their career in 1979 after the cancellation of ''Donny & Marie'', with their 1979 album ''Steppin' Out'' being a commercial failure and star Donny Osmond distancing himself from the family. Marie had starred in an unsold pilot ''Marie'' With the Osmonds in debt from their investment into ''Donny & Marie'', and with Silverman in need of an established hit, Marie Osmond returned to variety telev ...
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Mariya
Mariya is a female personal name of Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian or Indian origin, a variation of "Maria". It may refer to: * Mariya Abakumova (born 1986) is a Russian Olympic javelin thrower * Mariya Agapova (born 1997), a Kazakh mixed martial arts practitioner * Mariya Alëkhina (born 1988) is a Russian political activist * Mariya Babanova (1900–1983) was a Soviet film actress * Mariya Baklakova (born 1997) is a Russian Olympic swimmer * Mariya Bayda (1922–2002) was a World War II scout in the Crimea * Mariya Bespalova (born 1968) is a Russian Olympic hammer thrower * Mariya Bochkareva (1889–1920) was a Russian woman who formed the Women's Battalion of Death during World War I * Mariya Bolikova (born 1977) is a Russian sprinter who has competed in international championships * Mariya Borovichenko (1925–1943) was a decorated Ukrainian medical officer of Soviet 32nd Guards Artillery Regiment * Mariya Bugakova (born 1985) is an Uzbekistani Olympic swimmer specializing in but ...
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Marie Antoinette (other)
Marie Antoinette (1755–1793) was an Archduchess of Austria and the Queen of France and Navarre. Marie Antoinette may also refer to: *''Marie Antoinette: The Portrait of an Average Woman'', a 1932 biography by Stefan Zweig **''Marie Antoinette'' (1938 film), a film starring Norma Shearer based on the Zweig book *''Marie Antoinette: The Journey'', a 2001 biography by Antonia Fraser **''Marie Antoinette'' (2006 film), a film by Sofia Coppola based on the Fraser book ***''Marie Antoinette'' (soundtrack) *''Marie Antoinette'' (musical), a 2006 musical theater production by Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay *''Marie Antoinette'', a play by Paolo Giacometti *“Marie Antoinette”, a song by Curved Air from the album ''Phantasmagoria'' *Marie Antoinette (Lady Oscar), a character in ''The Rose of Versailles'' series *Marie Antoinette (watch) *Marie Antoinette (name) See also *Maria Antonia (other) *María Antonieta *María Antonietta {{Disambiguation|given name ...
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Maria (other)
Maria may refer to: People * Maria (given name), a popular given name in many languages Placenames Extraterrestrial *170 Maria, a Main belt S-type asteroid discovered in 1877 *Lunar maria (plural of ''mare''), large, dark basaltic plains on Earth's Moon Terrestrial *Maria, Maevatanana, Madagascar *Maria, Quebec, Canada *Maria, Siquijor, the Philippines *María, Spain, in Andalusia *Îles Maria, French Polynesia *María de Huerva, Aragon, Spain *Villa Maria (other) Arts, entertainment, and media Films *''Maria'' (1975 film), Swedish film *''Maria'' (2003 film), Romanian film *''Maria'' (2019 film), Filipino film Literature *''María'' (novel), an 1867 novel by Jorge Isaacs *''Maria'' (play), a 1935 play by Isaac Babel *''Maria'', a poetic novel (1825) by Antoni Malczewski *''Maria: or, The Wrongs of Woman'', a 1798 unfinished novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Music Artists *Maria (band), a Japanese all-female band *Maria (Danish singer), born 1978 *Maria (South African sing ...
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Mars Radiation Environment Experiment
The Martian Radiation Experiment, or MARIE was designed to measure the radiation environment of Mars using an energetic particle spectrometer as part of the science mission of the 2001 Mars Odyssey spacecraft (launched on April 7, 2001). It was led by NASA's Johnson Space Center and the science investigation was designed to characterize aspects of the radiation environment both on the way to Mars and while it was in the Martian orbit.Francis A. Cucinotta''Martian Radiation Environment Experiment - MARIE'' NASA: JSC, last update October 27, 2003. (archive) Since space radiation presents an extreme hazard to crews of interplanetary missions the experiment was an attempt to predict anticipated radiation doses that would be experienced by future astronauts and it helped determine possible effects of Martian radiation on human beings. Space radiation comes from cosmic rays emitted by our local star, the Sun, and from stars beyond the Solar System as well. Space radiation can trigger canc ...
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Marie Biscuit
A Marie biscuit is a type of biscuit similar to a rich tea biscuit. It is also known as María, Mariebon, Мария and Marietta, amongst other names. Description The biscuit is round and usually has the name embossed upon its top surface, the edges of which are also embossed with an intricate design. It is made with wheat flour, sugar, palm oil or sunflower seed oil and, unlike the rich tea biscuit, is typically vanilla-flavoured. History The Marie biscuit was created by the London bakery Peek Freans in 1874 to commemorate the marriage of the Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna of Russia to the Duke of Edinburgh. It became popular throughout Europe, particularly in Portugal and Spain where, following the Civil War, the biscuit became a symbol of the country's economic recovery after bakeries produced mass quantities to consume a surplus of wheat. Consumption Many consider that the plain flavour of Maries makes them, like rich tea biscuits, particularly suitable for dunking i ...
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Marie, Queen Of Rodrigues
250px|Mary, Queen of Rodrigues Marie, Queen of Rodrigues (Marie, Reine de Rodrigues) is a six-foot tall statue of the Virgin Mary erected on the heights of Pointe Canon. The statue is a noted landmark of Port Mathurin and is a gathering place for Catholics on the island as well as a tourist and historical site. The cement statue was inaugurated on May 1, 1954. The idea for such a statue on the island was that of Father Charles Streicher, who was the priest of Rodrigues in the late 1940s. He wanted to raise in miniature a monument like that of Mary, Queen of Peace, which he had had erected in Mauritius. It was his successor, Father Gandy, who oversaw the installation of Rodrigues' statue. Category:Statues of the Virgin Mary Category:Buildings and structures in Rodrigues Category:Religion in Mauritius Category:Arts in Mauritius Category:1954 establishments in Mauritius Category:Tourism in Mauritius {{Mauritius-struct-stub ...
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Marie (2020 Film)
''Marie'' is a 2020 short documentary directed by Sam Abbas about labor during homebirths. The film was originally scheduled for an April 2020 theatrical window for Academy consideration; however it premiered exclusively on IGTV August 10, 2020 due to the COVID cancellation of all theaters in New York City. Based on the 93rd Academy Awards' new rules to offset the COVID interruptions Marie is eligible and running for a nomination. Plot An observation of labor during a home-birth. Subjects * Marie Brewer (Mother) * Daniel Bauer (Father) * Takiya S. Ballard (Midwife) Filming Abbas stated during a Columbia Global Centers panel that part of what he was going to be working on is a short documentary focusing only on labor during a homebirth making it very different from Alia's Birth where he shows the delivery of a baby during a home-birth. Both projects where shot at the same time and with the same crew. Reception Film Threat well reviewed saying "the grand tale of bringing life into ...
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Stanton Welch
Stanton De Burgh Welch (born 1969) is an Australian dancer and choreographer. He currently serves as the Artistic Director of the Houston Ballet. Early life Welch was born in Melbourne to Marilyn Jones and Garth Welch, two prominent Australian dancers. Career Welch was initially trained at the dance school run by his parents. In 1989, after a year as a scholarship student at the San Francisco Ballet School, Welch was accepted into the Australian Ballet where he became a leading soloist. While with The Australian Ballet, Welch developed an interest in choreography and, in 1990, received his first commission. By 1995, he had been appointed a resident choreographer with the Australian Ballet and, in 2003, he was also appointed artistic director of the Houston Ballet. Welch has received choreographic commissions from many international companies including the Australian Ballet, the Houston Ballet, the American Ballet Theatre, the Atlanta Ballet, BalletMet, the Birmingham Royal Ballet ...
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Atelier (video Game Series)
is a franchise of role-playing video games developed by the Gust Corporation since 1997, primarily for the PlayStation line of consoles (PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4); portable versions for the Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita and WonderSwan Color have also been made. Two of the games in the series were ported to the Sega Saturn and Dreamcast. The series has been primarily released in Japan, though recent titles have been localized for other markets. The franchise centers around the concept of an atelier specialising in alchemy; the gameplay involves finding, collecting, and combining items in recipes to create better items, which allows the player to advance further in the game. A manga adaptation by Yoshihiko Ochi has also been published. As of November 2017, the series has shipped more than 4 million copies worldwide. Common elements Alchemy is the distinguishing theme of the ''Atel ...
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Marie (novel)
''Marie'' is a 1912 novel by H. Rider Haggard featuring Allan Quatermain. The plot concerns Quatermain as a young man and involves his first marriage, to the Boer farm girl, Marie Marais. Their romance is opposed by Marie's anti-English father, and her villainous cousin Hernan Pereira, who desires Marie. They are Voortrekkers who take part in the Great Trek whom Quatermain has to rescue. The novel describes Quatermain's involvement in the Sixth Xhosa War of 1835 and Weenen massacre. Real life people such as Piet Retief, Thomas Halstead, and the Zulu chief Dingane appear as characters. Events in ''Nada the Lily'' are frequently referred to. Plot The plot begins in Cradock, a District of Cape Colony, a wild place with a handful of white settlers. Fifteen miles from the Mission station where Allan and his father who is a church of England clergyman live, there resides a Boer called Henry Marais, who has a young daughter named Marie. Allan and Marie meet when they are given a tutor call ...
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Marie (1985 Film)
''Marie'' (also known as ''Marie: A True Story'') is a 1985 American biographical film starring Sissy Spacek as Marie Ragghianti, former head of the Tennessee Board of Pardons and Paroles, who was removed from office in 1977 after refusing to release prisoners on whose behalf bribes had been paid to aides to Governor Ray Blanton. Ragghianti, a single mother and political appointee, was hounded for refusal to cooperate with the culture of corruption with which she found herself confronted. Two of Blanton's aides faced prosecution for their roles in the scandal. The film was based on the book ''Marie: A True Story'' by Peter Maas. The film was directed by Roger Donaldson, with a screenplay by John Briley, best known as the screenwriter of ''Gandhi''. It also starred Jeff Daniels, Keith Szarabajka, Morgan Freeman, Fred Thompson, Lisa Banes, John Cullum, Graham Beckel, and Macon McCalman. Plot Cast * Sissy Spacek as Marie * Jeff Daniels as Eddie Sisk * Morgan Freeman as Charles Tra ...
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Marie (TV Pilot)
''Marie'' is a 1979 American television pilot starring singer-actress Marie Osmond. It was created as a star vehicle for Osmond which was her sitcom debut following a successful three-year run alongside brother Donny on their variety show ''Donny & Marie'' (1976–79). The pilot was directed by actor Richard Crenna and broadcast December 1, 1979 on ABC but it was never picked up as a series by the network. It was produced by the Osmond family's production company, Osmond Productions and taped at Osmond Entertainment Center Studios which were located at 1420 East 800 North Orem, Utah. Plot Marie Osmond stars as Marie Owens, a young single woman who leaves her home in Nebraska and moves to New York City in hopes of realizing her career dream of becoming a Broadway dancer. She enrolls in the Carla Coburn Dance Academy and finds an apartment that she shares with her two girlfriends, K.C. (Telma Hopkins) and Sandra (Zan Charisse). Cast *Marie Osmond as Marie Owens *Ellen Travolta as ...
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