Jane Seymour $2$ - Übersetzung nach Englisch
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Jane Seymour $2$ - Übersetzung nach Englisch

THIRD WIFE OF HENRY VIII OF ENGLAND
Queen Jane Seymour; Jane semour; Jane St Maur; Jane Seymour, Queen of England; Seymour, Jane
  • [[Henry VIII]]'s family portrait
  • Portrait of Jane believed to have been painted during her short queenship and attributed to the "[[Cast Shadow Workshop]]"

Jane Seymour      
n. Jane Seymour (1951 als Joyce penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg geboren), in England geborene amerikanische Film- und Fernseschauspielerin
Jane Fonda         
  • Youth]]'' premiere at the 2015 [[Cannes Film Festival]]
  • Troy]], in Santa Monica, 1976
  • Fonda backstage with actress [[Thora Birch]] before being honored at the 2015 [[Hollywood Film Awards]]
  • Jane Fonda on the NVA anti-aircraft gun
  • Fonda aged five, with her father, actor [[Henry Fonda]] (1943)
  • Jane, Henry and [[Peter Fonda]] in July 1955
  • Fonda as Eileen Tyler in ''[[Sunday in New York]]'', one of her earliest box office successes
  • Fonda at an anti-Vietnam War conference in the Netherlands in January 1975
  • Fonda and photographer Alan Light following the [[62nd Academy Awards]] in 1990
  • Fonda at a book signing, 2005
  • Fonda at the premiere of ''Promise Me This'' at the [[Cannes Film Festival]] in 2007
  • ''Ms.'' magazine]] in 2006
  • left
  • Fonda and her third husband [[Ted Turner]] on the red carpet at the 1992 [[Emmy Award]]s
AMERICAN ACTRESS AND ACTIVIST
Hanoi Jane; Jane fonda; IPC Films; Jane Fonda Foundation; Jayne Seymour Fonda; Jane Seymour Fonda; Political activism of Jane Fonda; Jayne Development Corporation; Fonda Films; Other works of Jane Fonda
n. Jane Fonda, (geboren 1937) bekannte amerikanische Schauspielerin (Tochter von Henry Fonda)
Arthur Seymour Sullivan         
  • alt=Newspaper cartoon of a monocled Sullivan lounging in a chair, his feet propped up on the podium, lazily conducting
  • alt=Sullivan, seated, with Herbert standing behind his left shoulder; both are very well-dressed and mustachioed
  • alt=Colourful poster for ''The Chieftain'', showing the figure of a man dressed as a flamboyant bandit with a large, peaked black hat
  • alt=Drawing of a grandfather, father and boy, all dressed for the theatre, sitting in happy anticipation, over the caption "The Joy of Three Generations (To be seen any night at the Gilbert and Sullivan Operas)"
  • alt=Head and shoulders of Sullivan as a young man, wearing a moustache, long sideburns and a serious expression
  • alt=Excerpt of music – part of Tolloller's line
  • alt=Colourful programme cover for ''Ivanhoe'', showing one of the characters in a white wedding dress, under the words "The Royal English Opera"
  • alt=Drawing of scenes from the festival premiere of ''The Golden Legend'' showing the chorus, the faces of the principal singers and Sullivan's back, as he stands conducting. Black and white.
  • alt=Colour photo of bronze statue of a partly-clothed muse, leaning on a stone pillar, looking up, longingly, at a bronze bust of Sullivan
  • alt=Poster advertising, in plain type, a recording of ''The Mikado''
  • alt=Colourful programme cover for ''The Mikado'' showing several of the principal characters under the words "Savoy Theatre"
  • alt=Mocking newspaper cartoon showing Sullivan wearing a "pinafore" apron, standing ''en pointe'' in a violin case while conducting, surrounded by corrupted paraphernalia relating to his early comic operas, over the sardonic song title "When Arthur First at Court Began"
  • alt=Poster showing scenes from all three operas featuring principal characters; the productions, by an American opera company around 1879, seem lavish. Black and white.
  • alt=Head and shoulders photos of each of the four men. Black and white. Grove is bald and benign-looking; Burnand fully-thatched and moderately bearded, looking pleased with himself; Carte, serious, dark-haired and neatly bearded; and Gilbert light-coloured hair and moustache looking slightly to right.
  • alt=Painting of Sullivan, seated with one leg crossed over the other, looking intently at the artist
  • alt=Sullivan seated with one leg crossed over another, age 16, in his Royal Academy of Music uniform, showing his thick, curly hair. Black and white.
ENGLISH COMPOSER OF THE GILBERT & SULLIVAN DUO (1842-1900)
Sir Arthur Sullivan; Arthur S. Sullivan; Arthur Seymour Sullivan; Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan; A. S. Sullivan; Sir Arthur S. Sullivan; AS Sullivan; Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan MVO; Sullivan, Arthur
n. Arthur Seymour Sullivan, Sir Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900), englischer Operetten-Komponist der zusammen mit dem Librettisten William Gilbert an einer bekannten Serie von Operetten arbeitete

Definition

Seymour Cray
<person> The founder of Cray Research and designer of several of their supercomputers. Cray has been a charismatic yet somewhat reclusive figure. He began Cray Research in Minnesota in 1972. In 1988, Cray moved his Cray-3 project to Colorado Springs. The next year, Cray Research spun it off to create Cray Computer. In 1989, Cray left Cray Research and started Cray Computer Corporation in Colorado Springs. His quest to build a faster computer using new-generation materials failed in 1995, and his bankruptcy cost half a billion dollars and more than 400 jobs. The company was unable to raise $20 million needed to finish the Cray-4 and filed for bankruptcy in March 1995. In the summer of 1996, Cray started a Colorado Springs-based company called SRC Computers, Inc. "We think we'll build computers, but who knows what kind or how," Cray said at the time. "We'll talk it over and see if we can come up with a plan." On 1996-09-22, aged 70, Cray broke his neck in a car accident. Surgery for massive head injuries and swelling of the brain leaving him in a critical and unstable condition. (1997-03-02)

Wikipedia

Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour (; c. 1508 – 24 October 1537) was Queen of England as the third wife of King Henry VIII of England from their marriage on 30 May 1536 until her death the next year. She became queen following the execution of Henry's second wife, Anne Boleyn. She died of postnatal complications less than two weeks after the birth of her only child, the future King Edward VI. She was the only wife of Henry to receive a queen's funeral or to be buried beside him in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.