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Dorthea a.k.a. Dorothy Zbornak is a fictional character from the TV series The Golden Girls, portrayed by Bea Arthur for 7 years and 183 episodes. Dorothy was the strong, smart, sarcastic, sometimes intimidating, and arguably most grounded of the four women in the house. Even though tough, she is very friendly, polite and does geniunely care for the other girls. In the 1000th issue of Entertainment Weekly, Dorothy Zbornak was selected as the Grandma for "The Perfect TV Family.
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"Dorthea" is a book by James Jennings.
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by Stephen J. Paterwic
NOTABLE SHAKERS: Job Bishop, Henry Clough, David Parker, Henry Clay Blinn, Arthur Bruce, Irving Greenwood, Dorothy Durgin, Dorthea Cochrane, Emma Belle King, Mary Whitcher, Cora Helena Sarle, Josephine Wilson, Marguerite Frost, ...
by Warren G. Berg
Kehler, Dorthea and Susan Baker. In Another Country: Feminist Perspectives on Renaissance Drama. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1991 . Marlowe, Christopher. The Jew of Malta and the Massacre at Paris. New York: Gordian Press, 1966 ...
Encyclopedia of Prehistory (2012)
Volume 8: South and Southwest Asia by Peter N. Peregrine, Melvin Ember
Bate,Dorthea M. A.(1930). “Animal Remains from the Zarzi Cave.
From the First Photo on Paper to the Digital Revolution by Michael R. Peres
York City, New York, USA Dorthea Lange Farm Security Administration Office of War Information Photograph Collection Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington D.C., USA Photographers and Image Contributors xi.
by Günther Gassmann, Duane H. Larson, Mark W. Oldenburg
Dorthea H. G. Reeve. Leiden: Brill, 1979.
by Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
Wounded Knee Zitkala-Sa Norwegian American Literature Ager, Waldemar Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth Buslett, Ole Amundsen Dahl, Dorthea Janson ...
by Emmanuel Sampath Nelson
Barbara Brinson Curran, Mary Doyle Czech American Literature Dahl, Dorthea Dahlberg, Edward Dame, Enid Danner, Margaret Esse Danticat, Edwidge davenport, doris Davis, Angela Yvonne Davis, Frank Marshall Davis, Ossie De Burgos, ...
Provincial-Lexicon over Danmark. Første Deel, indeholdende Sjellands, Fyens, Laalands-Falsters og Nørrejyllands Stifter (1830)
by Christian Bagge JENSEN
J Sognet er et Hospital, for 24 Lemmer, fiftet 17o5af Dorthea Thonboe, ...
by Michael R. Peres
ARPS Independent Writer and Photographer Way Beyond Monochrome Leverkusen, Germany Dorthea Lange Farm Security Administration Office of War Information Photograph Collection Library ...
Themes Depicted in Works of Art by Helene E. Roberts
Automata LANGE, DORTHEA (American photographer, 1895– 1965), ...
Given Names Listed by Meaning, 2d ed. by Yvonne Navarro
Dorthea, Dorthy, Tedora, Theda; Mattea (Hebrew), Mathea, Mathia, Matthea, Matthia, Natania, Natanya, Nathania, Natonya; Godiva (Old English); Dasha, Dosya (Russian) • given to God Bithia, Helsa (Hebrew), Bitthia, Elsa, Helse, Helsie ...
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- Dorthea Dix
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- Raleigh from Dorthea Dix
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- Migrant Mother - Dorthea Lange
Florence Owens Thompson and her children 1936 - photo from the Humboldt Group Collection in show at the Morris Graves Museum...
Photo credit: Bob Doran
- Opening of Dorthea Lange exhibit
It continues on the sixth flr of the main library though march 16
Photo credit: Steve Rhodes
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