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Shirley Temple

Child star Shirley Temple won a special Oscar in 1934, when she was just five years old, thanks to her amazing box office successes. A California native, Shirley Temple began acting in one-reel movies…

William TEMPLE

TEMPLE, William, a Representative from Delaware; born in Queen Anne County, Md., February 28, 1814; completed preparatory studies; moved to Smyrna, Del., and engaged in mercantile pursuits; mem…

Charlotte Brontë

Charlotte is the author of Jane Eyre and a member of the remarkable Brontë family. The sisters Charlotte, Emily and Anne first published their poetry under pseudonyms: Poems by Currer, Ellis and Acto…

Charlotte Casiraghi

Charlotte Casiraghi is the daughter of Princess Caroline and the granddaughter of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier Grimaldi of Monaco. Her father was Caroline's second husband, the Italian industrial…

Charlotte's Web

Spotlight on the popular children's book by Holly Hartman Related Links Charlotte's Web Book Quiz Charlotte's Web Quotes Quiz Charlotte's Web Hangman …

Charlotte Church

Welsh soprano Charlotte Church got her start as a classical singer whose pop-audience appeal made her a millionaire by the time she was 14 years old. Church was signed to a record deal at age 12, afte…

Charlotte Rampling

Sensual and slinky Charlotte Rampling is an English actress known for her long career in international films, including 2015's 45 Years, the one that brought her an Oscar nomination. Educated in Franc…

Stone Temple Pilots Biography

Stone Temple Pilotsrock band Vocalist Scott Weiland and bass player Robert DeLeo met at a concert in 1988 and recruited guitarist Dean DeLeo and drummer Eric Kretz to form Stone Temple Pilots in San D…

Brewer's: Temple Bar

called “the City Golgotha,” because the heads of traitors, etc., were exposed there. (Removed 1878.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Temple of So…

Brewer's: Temples

(Pagan) in many respects resembled Roman Catholic churches. There was first the vestibule, in which were the piscina with lustral water to sprinkle those who entered the edifice; then the n…