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  Hurricane Camille 1969
Camille was detected by satellite on August 14, 1969, as a tropical disturbance moving west in the Caribbean Sea.
Camille was now estimated to make landfall along the Mississippi coast around midnight on the 17th.
As Camille marched toward the Mississippi coast in darkness, brick by brick, civilization from near Ansley to Biloxi, was erased.
www.geocities.com /hurricanene/hurricanecamille.htm   (1611 words)

  
 Camille Pissarro Online
Camille Pissarro at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Michigan
Camille Pissarro at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
Camille Pissarro in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Database
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/pissarro_camille.html   (861 words)

  
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Rodin sent Camille a student, Ottie McLaren, in 1899 (Camille, 35), who wrote that she would make a "stunning teacher"; her work "is big and simple and seems to have that womanly quality which I like so immensely.
Camille was actually 45 when her mother and brother had her committed.
Camille's mother and sister never came to visit her in the asylum, and even refused to permit her to be released into the family's custody when the staff psychiatrists recommended it.
www.cs.wustl.edu /~loui/camille.html   (1719 words)

  
 Camille Claudel
Camille (1864-1943) was born into a modest Family ; her brother was the famous writer Paul Claudel (1868-1955).
However, it was not until the early 1890s that Camille demonstrated the full measure of her art, at a time when her relationship with Rodin was beginning to deteriorate, as is demonstrated by the cruelty of the barbed drawings,which Camille devoted to Rose and Rodin as a couple : the
Camille realised that she would never be Rodin’s wife and would never succeed in ousting Rose Beuret ; the final break between the lovers came in 1898, and the wound it caused was commensurate with the ardour of the love that the two artists had experienced for more than ten years.
www.musee-rodin.fr /claud-e.htm   (676 words)

  
 Camille's Sidewalk Café
Camille's Sidewalk Cafe operates in over 100 locations in 35 states.
Founders Camille and David Rutkauskas have expanded their offerings to include Corporate Catering and a new expanded Breakfast Menu.
With over 900 territories in development worldwide Camille's Sidewalk Cafe continues to grow and provide their market with a fresh alternative to fast food, in an atmosphere where you can...
www.camillescafe.com   (60 words)

  
 Camille - Trailer - Showtimes - Cast - Movies - New York Times
Camille is kept by the wealthy and powerful Baron de Varville (Henry Daniell), but after many years of earning a good living from her beauty without finding true love, Camille's heart is stolen by Armand (Robert Taylor), a handsome but slightly naive young man who doesn't know how she came by her fortune.
Armand is just as attracted to Camille as she is to him, and she's prepared to give up the Baron and his stipend to be with Armand.
However, Armand's father (Lionel Barrymore) begs Camille to turn away from his son, knowing her scandalous past could ruin his future.
movies.nytimes.com /movie/7945/Camille/overview   (314 words)

  
 Camille Bloom - Nationally Touring Singer-Songwriter
Camille's Live Birthday show is now available for purchase.
E-mail Camille with your name, city, and address, and e-mail to be on the roster - and we will be in touch.
We are ecstatic to announce that Camille is now endorsed by Gibson gear.
www.camillebloom.com   (188 words)

  
 Camille Minichino
Camille Minichino has published eight novels in the periodic table mystery series.
Camille is on the Board of the California Writers Club and NorCal Sisters in Crime.
Camille has signed with Berkley Prime Crime for a new mystery series set in the world of dollhouses and miniature scenes.
www.minichino.com   (134 words)

  
 Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Awards Program
In 1969 the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation established the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Awards Program to support the teaching and research careers of talented young faculty in the chemical sciences.
The Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Awards Program is focused primarily on individual research accomplishments and promise, but evidence of excellence in teaching is also expected.
Nominees must hold a full-time tenure-track academic appointment, and are normally expected to be within the first five years of their independent academic careers.
www.dreyfus.org /tc.shtml   (820 words)

  
 The Morning News - Camille Paglia by Robert Birnbaum
Author, social critic, avowed feminist, and teacher Camille Anna Paglia was born in Endicott, N.Y., to Pasquale and Lydia Paglia, who had immigrated to the United States from Italy.
She is a contributing editor at Interview magazine and has written articles on art, literature, popular culture, feminism, and politics for newspapers and magazines around the world.
Camille Paglia: Well, this is the story I have heard from so many people.
www.themorningnews.org /archives/birnbaum_v/camille_paglia.php   (8205 words)

  
 Camille Claudel Online
Original works by Camille Claudel available for purchase at art galleries worldwide
Camille Claudel copyright requests handled by the Artists Rights Society.
All images and text on this Camille Claudel page are copyright 2007 by John Malyon/Artcyclopedia, unless otherwise noted.
www.artcyclopedia.com /artists/claudel_camille.html   (347 words)

  
  Hurricane Camille - Aug. 17 - 18, 1969   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hurricane Camille - Aug. 17 - 18, 1969
Hurricane Camille is said to be the worst storm ever to hit mainland United States.
With winds in excess of 200 mph and tides over 20 feet, Hurricane Camille smashed into the Mississippi Gulf Coast on Sunday night, the 17th of August and continued its devastating path until the early hours of Monday, the 18th.
www.maritimemuseum.org /camille   (255 words)

  
 USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Camille became a hurricane on Aug. 15, 1969 south of Cuba and began quickly growing that night as it moved into the Gulf of Mexico.
On the morning of Aug. 17, when Camille was centered about 250 miles south of Mobile, Ala., an Air Force reconnaissance plane measured a barometric pressure of 26.84 inches of mercury and winds of more than 200 mph.
As Camille moved inland across Mississippi, it weakened to a tropical depression with winds less than 39 mph.
www.usatoday.com /weather/wcamille.htm   (354 words)

  
 weather.com - Storms of the Century: #6 - Hurricane Camille: Part 1
Hurricane Camille was fast approaching, its strength unsurpassed by any storm the region had ever seen.
Camille was now a Category 5 hurricane, with top sustained winds of 160 mph.
Hurricane Camille was less than 100 miles from the mouth of the Mississippi River on the afternoon of the 17th.
www.weather.com /newscenter/specialreports/sotc/storm6/page1.html   (339 words)

  
 ~Hurricane Camille~
Camille was now a Category 5 hurricane with sustained winds of 160 mph.
On the afternoon of August 17th, Hurricane Camille was less than 100 miles south of the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Camille is one of only two Category 5 hurricanes on record to make landfall along the U.S. coastline.
www.angelfire.com /ms3/n5ycn/camille.html   (1305 words)

  
 GIANT STEP™ | Release - Le Fil by Camille
Catapulting from her distinctive, idiosyncratic contributions as one of Nouvelle Vague's featured vocalists, Camille (cam-EEE) is a platinum-selling sensation in her native France and a singer whose unique appeal lies partly in an almost arch, super-saturated French-ness.
Largely a cappella in nature, Camille's stylish songs are widely varied, yet strikingly simple, with melodies that stick in your mind and at times evoke the singsong of childhood nursery rhymes.
Camille (cam-EEE) is a platinum-selling sensation in her native France, catapulting from her...
www.giantstep.net /releases/1022   (301 words)

  
 Camille Pissarro (1830 - 1903) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Camille Pissarro was born in the West Indies, but studied in Paris under Corot.
Camille Jacob Pissarro, Paysage a Pontoise avec un Chasseur, 1879
Camille Jacob Pissarro, …glise et ferme d"…ragny (Church and Farmhouse of …ragny), 1890
wwar.com /masters/p/pissarro-camille.html   (1893 words)

  
 Camille: Album Reviews, Biography - MOG   (Site not responding. Last check: )
when camille went into conceptualizing and recording ‘le fil’, it would have been impossible to have erased bjork’s effort from her mind.
I find describing music with words is one of the hardest things you can do, so I’ll simply say that there is this freedom and attitude about Camille’s music that is invigorating and pleasurable, so much so that I find myself listening to her CD both in my car and on my stereo.
I went to see Camille perform last year (not where this clip is from).
mog.com /music/Camille   (460 words)

  
 NOAA News Online (Story 269)
August 17, 1999 — August marks the 30th anniversary of Hurricane Camille, the second strongest hurricane to strike the United States this century, and NOAA's National Weather Service reminds not only coastal residents, but also those living hundreds of miles inland, that rain from tropical storms can cause widespread flooding capable of extensive damage.
Camille was only the second Category 5 storm ever to hit the mainland U.S., after a 1935 Labor Day storm struck the Florida Keys.
Camille's total damage was estimated at $1.4 billion at the time ($6.45-billion in 1998 dollars).
www.noaanews.noaa.gov /stories/s269.htm   (1074 words)

  
 Amazon.ca: Camille: DVD: George Cukor,Ray C. Smallwood,Elizabeth Allan,Marion Ballou,Lionel Barrymore,Joan ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Camille is among MGM's most lavish productions of the 1930s, and features what many critics consider to be Greta Garbo's greatest film performance.
Camille (an odd title--flowers?) is about Marguerite Gautier (Greta Garbo), a Parisian woman of the 19th century torn between love and money.
The tragedy of her situation is that when life means very little to her and she finds herself slowly dying of consumption, she meets the love of her life the young and penniless gentlemen Armand who loves her for herself and not because of the charms she can offer.
www.amazon.ca /Camille-George-Cukor/dp/B0009S4IH4   (2550 words)

  
 Red Dwarf: Camille - TV.com
Kryten takes Camille back to Starbug, but when Rimmer sees her, she's a hologram who is interested in him.
Lister notices how everyone reacts to Camille and she confesses to Lister that she is a Pleasure GELF (Genetically Engineered Life Form) programmed to be everyone's perfect companion.
Camille's name is a play on the word 'Chameleon', as she can change her body in a similar way to one.
www.tv.com /red-dwarf/camille/episode/10963/summary.html   (1227 words)

  
 Lady of the Camille   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Reine-Marie Paris brings Camille to life for us, and allows us to care for her; without resorting to hype, speculation, or hearsay.
It guides us through the life of Camille Claudel: from what life must have been like in her family's household before the turn of the century to the letters she wrote from the asylum of Montdevergues before her death.
In any case, perhaps Camille was simply born to soon, into a world that was not prepared for such a strong willed, independent, and enormously talented woman.
www.moshplant.com /prob/prob02/camille.html   (502 words)

  
 NPR : Camille, 'Threading' a New Sound
Camille's sophomore album, Le Fil, has sold more than 300,000 copies since it was released in France last year.
Camille wanted to link the varied sounds in her music, so Le Fil contains a bourdon, a continuous note that travels the length of the CD, connecting each song to the next.
For the series "Musicians In Their Own Words," Camille speaks about the intimacy of the French language, spirituality and finding a natural music in the sound of everyday speech.
www.npr.org /templates/story/story.php?storyId=5563547   (258 words)

  
 Moonlighting, Camille   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As our story opens, Camille is escaping from the police officer who has her under arrest.
Camille accepts, but not because she wants to work -- she's using Blue Moon as a cover to hide from the police, one police officer in particular, who sees Camille's sudden prestige as an opportunity to extort money from her in exchange for not arresting her for evading the law.
Camille decides to leave Blue Moon, but not before stealing $2000.
home.earthlink.net /~bcmadsen/Moonlighting/episode24.html   (399 words)

  
 Camille Pissarro
Camille, who later married a Catholic-born woman in a civil wedding, always professed a strong atheism, defining himself as a freethinker.
In the 1880s, he became a fervent adept of the libertarian anarchism preached by Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (although he had earlier in life professed more conservative views).
Camille Pissarro: Impressionism, Landscape and Rural Labour, by Richard Thomson.
www.artchive.com /artchive/P/pissarro.html   (2358 words)

  
 Camille - Gig previews & reviews - Music - Entertainment - theage.com.au
Irish chanteuse Camille O'Sullivan is lost in Hamer Hall, but her Spiegeltent shows will be better.
Irish chanteuse Camille O'Sullivan made a huge impact as part of last year's festival hit La Clique.
She's back in Melbourne for more performances in the Spiegeltent, and kicked off her tour with a solo gig at Hamer Hall.
www.theage.com.au /news/gig-previews--reviews/camille/2006/10/17/1160850904974.html   (328 words)

  
 Camilles Restaurant Key West, Florida, Key West Restaurant, Place to Eat in Key West, FL
Camilles Restaurant Key West, Florida, Key West Restaurant, Place to Eat in Key West, FL Key West Restaurant, Camille's Restaurant - Locals & Visitors Favorite Place To Eat
Our Key West restaurant, Camille's Restaurant is not only the favorite local's restaurant, it is also a favorite for Key West 's visitors.
Find out why everyone is talking about Camille's Restaurnaunt and why it's voted Best Breakfast, lunch and dinner in Key West by locals, visitors, national magazines and much more!
www.camilleskeywest.com   (244 words)

  
 Camille Silvy (1834 - 1910) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Camille Silvy initially studied law and then became a diplomat before taking up photography after a visit to Algeria.
Silvy sold his London studio in 1868 and returned to France where exposure from toxic photographic chemical ultimately killed him at the age of seventy-five.
From Hippolyte Bayard to Diane Arbus, the influential pioneers presented here span more than a century of photography, from the earliest years of the new art form in the late 1830s to the late 1960s.
wwar.com /masters/s/silvy-camille.html   (440 words)

  
 Hurricane Camille - HCLS
Many had scoffed at the forecast of unprecedented high winds and expected a rising tide, but in the early morning hours of August 18th were firm believers.
Because of ample warning the death toll was not as high as in some previous hurricanes, but the destruction was unprecedented in United States history to that time.
are primary and secondary sources on the subject of Hurricane Camille.
www.harrison.lib.ms.us /library_services/camille.htm   (300 words)

  
 Camille – Music at Last.fm
There are two artists who have recorded as Camille: a ye-ye-style singer from the 1960s and Camille Dalmais, a onetime political science student, whose first album, Le Sac Des Filles, was released in 2002.
Then, she was part of Marc Collin's Nouvelle Vague project, which consists of old new-wave songs transformed into bossa nova.
All the songs of the album are constructed on the voice of Camille with only one instrument (double-bass, and sometimes a keyboard).
www.last.fm /music/Camille   (899 words)

  
 First impressions of Camille Pissarro - Entertainment - The Washington Times, America's ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BALTIMORE -- Camille Pissarro is not as famous as Claude Monet and Paul Cezanne, but he played a significant role in the development of French impressionism.
At this point in his career, Pissarro was still in the thrall of the Barbizon establishment, having moved to France in 1855 from the Caribbean island of St. Thomas, where he was born and raised.
In the subdued meadow scene that starts the show, delicately rendered wildflowers and feathery trees show the influence of Camille Corot, and the big sky and broad horizon line recall Charles-Francois Daubigny's panoramic views of the French countryside.
www.washtimes.com /entertainment/20070209-090620-4024r.htm   (847 words)

  
 Camille (1936)
Camille (1936) is one of the most romantically-atmospheric films ever made.
Garbo's portrayal of the beautiful but sickly Parisian courtesan, who fatefully falls in love with a young French nobleman (25 year-old Robert Taylor), is widely considered the definitive version of the Camille story.
Garbo's first talkie film, Anna Christie, was advertised with the promotional line: "Garbo Talks!" - so naturally, jokes at the time suggested that this film should be advertised as: "Garbo Coughs!"
www.filmsite.org /cami.html   (2457 words)

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