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  Julia (1977)
Crew or equipment visible: During a sailing shot, as the boat containing Julia and Lilian tacks away from the camera, the gunnel of the boat containing the camera crew is clearly visible for an instant in the lower left of the frame.
Julia has since abandoned her wealth and devoted her life to fighting Fascism.
Lillian decides to bring some American currency to help Julia in her struggles.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0076245   (519 words)

  The Julie/Julia Project
Julia Child was ninety-one years old when she died, late yesterday, in
Julia Child began learning to cook when she was thirty-seven years
Julia was so impressive, so instructive, so exhilarating, because she
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  Julia Volkova   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Julia received an offer from a Hollywoods films agent, as she, not like Lena Katina, wants to continue with the Celebrity's world.
Julia is going out with Nastja since a long time ago, and she has recentrly learned that he has got a family (wife and, since February 5th, a daughter named 'Polina').
Julia and Lena have let the cat out of the bag: they are no lesbians, they have never been a love couple and all was their Producers' idea to exploit an illusion of pervert underage sex between girls as a powerful marketing strategy.
groups.msn.com /juliavolkova   (426 words)

  Julia Caesaris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Julia Caesaris (October 39 BC-AD 14), also known as Julia the Elder, was the only child of Augustus, from his second marriage with Scribonia.
Julia Drusi Caesaris filia, Livia Julia, Julia Livilla (c.
Julia Livilla or Julia Germanici filia (18 – late 41 or early 42), is also rarely indicated by the Julia Caesaris reference.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Julia_Caesaris   (322 words)

 Gaston Julia Encyclopedia Article @ LaunchBase.com (Launch Base)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Julia was born in the Algerian town of Sidi Bel Abbes, at the time under French rule.
Julia gained attention for his mathematical work after the war when a 199-page article he wrote was featured in the Journal de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées, a French mathematics journal.
Julia died in Paris at the age of 85.
www.launchbase.com /encyclopedia/Gaston_Julia   (362 words)

 Julia Set Encyclopedia Article @   (Site not responding. Last check: )
These sets are named in honor of the French mathematicians Gaston Julia and Pierre Fatou, who initiated the theory of complex dynamics in the early 20th century.
The definition of Julia and Fatou sets easily carries over to the case of certain maps whose image contains their domain; most notably transcendental meromorphic functions and Epstein's 'finite-type maps'.
Julia sets are also commonly defined in the study of dynamics in several complex variables. /encyclopedia/Julia_set   (769 words)

 Julia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Julia the Elder (39 BC-AD 14), (Julia Caesaris) daughter of Emperor Caesar Augustus
Livia Drusilla (58 BC-AD 29), Julia Augusta, the wife of Emperor Caesar Augustus
Julia Urania, wife of Roman client king Ptolemy of Mauretania
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Julia   (467 words)

 Galitsin-News.com - Exclusive nude models' photos. Fine art nude and sensual photography from Grigori Galitsin.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Julia is airy and frail; she creates a sensation of flying.
Julia's image will appear in dreams and it will be a marvelous continuation of a fairy tale, everybody of us can immerse in our imagination into.
The world, Julia lives in is not as ordinary as it seems to those around her.
www.galitsin-news.com /models.php?model=Julia   (315 words)

 Julia Roberts
Julia is the daughter of Walter Roberts, a vacuum cleaner salesman, an actor and a writer.
Julia's first bigger part was in 1987 with Satisfaction, a film considered to be the vehicle to stardom for the leading woman of the sitcom Family Ties, Justine Bateman.
Julia in the role of Tinkerbell, the tiny good fairy who brings Peter Pan back to Neverland, was able to convince critics with her natural charms, whereas director Steven Spielberg got a fair share of criticism.
www.cosmopolis.ch /english/cosmo15/juliaroberts.htm   (1802 words)

 FRACTINT Julia Sets   (Site not responding. Last check: )
These sets were named for mathematician Gaston Julia, and can be generated by a simple change in the iteration process described for the Mandelbrot Set.
In fact, all Julia sets for C within the M-set share the "connected" property of the M-set, and all those for C outside lack it.
Historically, the Julia sets came first: it was while looking at the M- set as an "index" of all the Julia sets' origins that Mandelbrot noticed its properties.
spanky.triumf.ca /www/fractint/julia_type.html   (701 words)

 Fabio Cesari: Fractal Explorer
The value of C determines the shape of the Julia set: in other words, each point of the complex plane is associated with a particular Julia set.
The following algorithm produces the Julia set associated with C: given a generic point Z on the complex plane, this algorithm determines whether or not it belongs to the Julia set associated with C, and thus determines the color that should be assigned to it.
In the first case, it belongs to the Julia set; otherwise it goes to infinity (infinity is an attractor for the point) and we assign a colour to Z depending on the speed the point "escapes" from the origin.
www.geocities.com /CapeCanaveral/2854/julia.html   (560 words)

 Julia - NumisWiki, The Collaborative Numismatics Project
Those denarii of the Julia family with the elephant trampling on a serpent, and pontificial instryments on the reverse; also woth the head of Venus, and Æneas bearing the palladium in his hand and his father on his shoulders, are common enough.
Julia is a name frequently found given on coins to the wives of emperors, and in several instances to their daughters and mothers.
Julia abandoning herself to debauchery, died in the attempt to destroy the fruits of her incestous connection.
www.forumancientcoins.com /numiswiki/view.asp?key=Julia   (455 words)

Julia, a half-hour comedy premiering on NBC in September 1968, was an example of American network television's attempt to address race issues during a period of heightened activism and turmoil over the position of African-Americans in U.S. society.
Julia's closest friends were her white neighbors, the Waggedorns--Marie, a scatter-brained housewife; Len, a police officer; and Earl J. Waggedorn, their son and Corey's pal.
Julia was an important moment in American broadcasting history as television programmers struggled to find a way to introduce African-Americans into entertainment formats without relying on objectionable old stereotypes, but also without creating images that might challenge or discomfort white audiences.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/J/htmlJ/julia/julia.htm   (843 words)

 Julia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Julia was only on for three years because Ms carroll didn't want to continue the grueling filming schedule of episodic television.
All of a sudden Julia goes from being a widowed mother to being singe and without a child.
Julia was not only fl, she was a single working Mom, something many women were thrust into during the sixties when divorce started becoming more prevalent.
www.jumptheshark.com /j/julia.htm   (1375 words)

 Julia Child Encyclopedia Article @ aNewLow.com (A New Low)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Julia Child (August 15, 1912–August 13, 2004) was a famous American cook, author, and television personality who introduced French cuisine and cooking techniques to the American mainstream through her many cookbooks and television programs.
Youth and World War II Born Julia Carolyn McWilliams to John and Julia Carolyn ("Caro") McWilliams in the wealthy community of Pasadena, California, she grew up eating traditional New England food prepared by the family maid.
She was also the inspiration for a character, "Julia Grownup", on the Children's Television Workshop program, The Electric Company (1971-1977) and was portrayed or parodied in many other television programs and skits.
www.anewlow.com /encyclopedia/Julia_Child   (1615 words)

 Julia Child: bon appétit - TELEVISION - MSNBC.com
Julia Child, the celebrated cook, author and television personality who elevated the nation's culinary standards, died in her sleep early Friday morning at an assisted living home in Montecito, Calif. She was 91.
Julia Child was not the first television cook, but she was the most widely seen and attracted the broadest audience, "from professors to policemen," as TV Guide put it at the time.
Julia's second book, "The French Chef Cookbook" (1968), was a collection of the recipes she had demonstrated on the show.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/3694953   (1990 words)

 dOc DVD Review: Julia (1977)
If you believe playwright Lillian Hellman, on whose memoir Fred Zinnemann's Oscar-winning drama is based, she was a childhood friend of Hellman's who eschewed her privileged upbringing to become a brazen anti-Nazi freedom-fighter in pre-World War II Austria.
Hellman's relationship with Julia dominates the film, but her stormy on-again-off-again romance with hard-drinking novelist Dashiell Hammett (Jason Robards in an Oscar-winning turn) equally resonates.
Julia doesn't hold up quite as well as other films from the late 1970s, but it's still an artfully constructed, beautifully acted, and emotionally affecting piece.
www.digitallyobsessed.com /showreview.php3?ID=8387   (1222 words)

 Julia: The Hardest Thing
Julia, I am sitting at work so profoundly sorry for the way things have gone.
Julia, my inclination is to say that there just aren't words, but that's not true.
Oh God Julia I am so so so sorry, so very sorry, I can't believe this is happening to you, it is so unfair.
julia.typepad.com /julia/2006/04/the_hardest_thi.html   (5766 words)

 CNN.com - Julia Child dead at 91 - Aug 13, 2004
Julia Child brought the intricacies of French cuisine to American home cooks through her television series and books.
It was in Paris that Julia Child started her culinary career, at the Cordon Bleu, one of France's premier cooking schools.
Her last public television series paired Child with her old friend and collaborator Jacques Pepin for "Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home." The resulting book was both a conversation between old friends as well as a compendium of recipes and techniques for preparing some of the greatest dishes in French cuisine.
www.cnn.com /2004/SHOWBIZ/TV/08/13/obit.child/index.html   (807 words)

 A sociological look at muds, Julia, and those who interact with her
Julia's topic this year is hockey, but she can also handle chit chat and polite (and impolite) conversation.
I have seen several interesting encounters with Julia, which run the gamut from people who know at the outset that she is a 'bot to those who take quite a while to discover.
Note that Julia's singleminded fixation on hockey as a subject (when she lacked anything better to say, usually caused by a too `human' conversational style from a player that leaves her with a series of failed parses) tended to drive Lara away from her.
foner.www.media.mit.edu /people/foner/Julia/section3_3.html   (3771 words)

 Congresswoman Julia Carson - US House of Representatives
Rep Julia Carson (D-IN) expressed her hope that the sale of Allison Transmission from GM to the Carlyle Group and Onex Corporation would maintain stability for Indiana workers.
Congresswoman Julia Carson (IN-D) introduced legislation today to raise awareness among educators of indicators of potential aggression by students.
Rep Julia Carson (D-IN) voted last evening not to approve Amendment #2 to the Iraq Supplemental Funding Bill, the provision that authorized $97.8 billion in funding for the war with non-binding benchmarks for progress.
www.house.gov /carson   (959 words)

 Julia Louis-Dreyfus Photos - Julia Louis-Dreyfus News - Julia Louis-Dreyfus Information
Julia was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Series in 2006 for her sitcom The New Adventures of Old Christine.
Julia: There are lots of strong women on television, which is superb, and I'd like to be one of them.
Julia: Before computers, telephone lines and television connect us, we all share the same air, the same oceans, the same mountains and rivers.
www.tv.com /julia-louis-dreyfus/person/5006/summary.html   (646 words)

 Julia Ecklar Encyclopedia Article @ ColorfulImaginations.com (Colorful Imaginations)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
One option could be to switch Greening inside, or play Koumas there, to solve the lack of creativity in the engine room.
Julia Ecklar is a science fiction author and a singer and writer of filk music.
Julia's LiveJournal Strangely absent of any mention of filk.
colorfulimaginations.com /encyclopedia/Julia_Ecklar   (320 words)

 Amazon.com: Julia: DVD: Jane Fonda,Vanessa Redgrave,Jason Robards,Maximilian Schell,Hal Holbrook,Rosemary Murphy,Meryl ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
While Julia attends the University in Vienna, studying with such luminaries as Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein, Lillian suffers through revisions of her play with her mentor and sometimes lover Dashiel Hammett at a New England beachhouse.
As Julia's long-time lover, Dashell Hammitt, the late Jason Robards nailed down one of his back-to-back Supporting Actor Oscars ("All the President's Men" was the other), and the raw talent of the Fonda-Redgrave-Robards package helps make "Julia" one of Fonda's best works.
Far from a "chick flic," "Julia" is an important film that delves into but one relam in the darkest of human history, and it's earned a lofty spot among films of its genre.
www.amazon.com /Julia-Jane-Fonda/dp/B0007ZEOPK   (1396 words)

 Types of Fractals - Julia Sets   (Site not responding. Last check: )
They were discovered by Gaston Julia early in the century, but their true analysis only became possible after the development of computers (see algorithms).
Just like all formula fractals, Julia Sets can be very complex, and yet use a very simple formula.
Notice that some Julia Sets are connected, while the others are just collections of disconnected points.
library.thinkquest.org /26242/full/types/ch5.html   (408 words)

 Chef Julia Child's Biography on StarChefs
Julia Child was born in Pasadena, California and graduated from Smith College in 1934.
Julia and Paul eventually returned to the States, and after a television interview at WGBH-Boston, the station asked Julia to try out a series of TV cooking shows, and The French Chef was born on February 11, 1963.
She was awarded two national Emmy's: in 1995 for her "Master Chefs" series and in 1997 for "Baking with Julia." In 1999, she received the Peabody Award from Public Television.
www.starchefs.com /JChild/html/biography.shtml   (466 words)

 Julia A. Moore: The Sweet Singer of Michigan
These pages have been put up (May 1996) in honor of the ineffable laureate of Michigan, the "divine Julia." I found difficulty in obtaining copies of her work, and having done so consider it deserves to be widely available.
And while a journal of Julia A. Moore studies may be as yet only a dream (a cauchemar as Foucault calls it), suitably eulogistic and learned essays in critical appreciation or close reading would be welcome.
Julia A. Moore Poetry Contest and posts the results on their web page.
www.wmich.edu /english/txt/Moore   (347 words)

 Julia Child Biography - Biography.com
The eldest of three children, Julia was educated at San Francisco’s elite Katherine Branson School for Girls, where (at a towering height of 6 feet, 2 inches) she was the tallest student in her class.
In 1941, at the onset of World War II, Julia moved to Washington, D.C., where she volunteered as a research assistant for the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), a newly formed government intelligence agency.
Her most recent cookbooks were In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs (1995), Baking with Julia (1996), Julia's Delicious Little Dinners (1998), and Julia's Casual Dinners (1999), which were all accompanied by highly rated television specials.
www.biography.com /search/article.jsp?aid=9246767&search=   (612 words)

 Julia TV Show - Julia Television Show - TV.com
The show is about Julia Baker (Diahann Carroll), a young African-American woman working as a nurse.
She is also a widow (her husband died in Vietnam) trying to raise a young son (Marc Copage) alone.
It was one of the best shows of the late 60s/early 70s and is a classic.', 'Welcome to the Julia guide at TV.com.
www.tv.com /julia/show/619/summary.html   (258 words)

 SpiritSite.com Julia Cameron index (Julia Cameron book excerpts)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Julia Cameron leads the reader through a comprehensive three-month program to recover creativity.
In The Vein of Gold (review or buy), Julia Cameron again draws from her extensive artistic and teaching experience to steer readers toward ever-widening creative horizons.
In Walking in This World (review or buy), Julia Cameron shows readers how to inhabit the world with a sense of wonder, a childlike inquisitiveness that each of us was born with.
www.spiritsite.com /writing/julcam   (395 words)

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