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Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher is best remembered as the plucky Princess Leia in the hit film Star Wars (1977) and its sequels. She also made her mark as a screenwriter and novelist before her sudden death in 2016. H…

The Fox Sisters

The Fox Sisters are considered to be the founders of the Modern Spiritualist movement. Leah, Margaretta and Kate Fox were three sisters from 19th-century New York who claimed to communicate with the s…

The Three Sisters

By: Anton ChekhovTranslation: Lanford WilsonDirector: Scott ElliottSets: Derek McLaneCostumes: Theoni V. AldredgeLighting: Peter KaczorowskiSound: Raymond D. SchilkeHair and Wig Design: Paul H…

The Other Sister

Director:Garry MarshallWriters: Garry Marshall and Bob BrunnerTouchstone; PG-13; 131 minutesRelease:2/99Cast:Juliette Lewis, Diane Keaton, Tom Skerritt and Giovanni Ribisi What does it say abo…

The Seven Sisters

The “seven sisters” is a group of historically women's colleges generally seen as the female equivalent of the Ivy League.Date foundedNameEnrollment1836Mount Holyoke College2,0731…

Seven Sisters

Seven oulverins so called, cast by one Borthwick. And these were Borthwick's `Sisters Seven, And culverins which France had given; Ill-omened gift' The guns remain The conqueror's spoil on …

The African Sisters

The Hesperides (4 syl.) who lived in Africa. They were the daughters of Atlas. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894AfrietAfrica A B C D E F G H I J K L…

McCartney Sisters,

five sisters from Northern Ireland, challenged the Irish Republican Army's code of secrecy and silence after their brother Robert was killed in a brutal bar brawl in Belfast in January. Sever…

Carry Nation

Name at birth: Carrie Amelia MooreCarry Nation joined the Women's Christian Temperance Union in 1899 to help in the fight against alcohol. By 1900 she had made a name for herself as an aggressive sup…