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  Rosamond Lehmann
This Rosamond, whom I, too, knew, was lamentably unfitted to cope even with the commonplace batterings of time and chance, let alone with a serious blow, and her insatiable demands upon family, friends and lovers did not make them love her more.
Inevitably, by the time Rosamond was a large and over-made-up 60-year-old, men prepared to supply the injection were few on the ground, but this she ignored, claiming non-existent passions in others' breasts and creating, by her genuine hospitality, the illusion of being sought-after.
Rosamond Lehmann, whose life spanned almost the whole century (1901-1990) was one of the first to take full advantage of this freedom, and the best of her novels (Dusty Answer, Invitation to the Waltz, The Weather in the Streets) made a real contribution to the genre.
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 Middlemarch by George Eliot: Chapter 64
Rosamond obeyed him, and he took her on his knee, but in her secret soul she was utterly aloof from him.
Rosamond left her husband's knee and walked slowly to the other end of the room; when she turned round and walked towards him it was evident that the tears had come, and that she was biting her under-lip and clasping her hands to keep herself from crying.
Rosamond, seeing that he was not looking at her, rose and set his cup of coffee before him; but he took no notice of it, and went on with an inward drama and argument, occasionally moving in his seat, resting one arm on the table, and rubbing his hand against his hair.
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 Rosamond California   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Rosamond was originally established in 1877 as a townsite which was owned by the Southern Pacific Railroad and was named 'Rosamond' after the daughter of one of the railroad officials.
Rosamond is unincorporated and is represented by a Supervisor (elected county official) within the Kern County Board of Supervisors.
Rosamond is situated in the west central area of the expansive Antelope Valley, which comprises the westernmost valley of the Mojave Desert.
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 Rosamond, CA - An Unofficial Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Rosamond was originally established as the community of Sand Creek.
Rosamond is located in the Antelope Valley, which is a part of the Mojave Desert of southeastern California.
Rosamond is governed by the Kern County Board of Supervisors, who are located at the county seat of Bakersfield, 70 miles away.
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 Winemaking: Rosamond
Indeed, he introduced me to Garver--an avid Rosamond collector--one of a limited number of dealers who were then distributing Rosamond's works to a growing league of admirers and collectors.
Rosamond, a self-taught artist, exhibited her first two paintings in Los Angeles in 1972.
The artistic legacy of Christine Rosamond is a body of work which eloquently expresses the essence of femininity with a simple charm and beauty that can only originate in the heart of the artist.
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 Middlemarch by George Eliot: Chapter 58
Rosamond went out the first time without telling her husband, and came back before his return; but the ride had been so thorough a success, and she declared herself so much the better in consequence, that he was informed of it with full reliance on his consent that she should go riding again.
Rosamond was arranging her hair before dinner, and the reflection of her head in the glass showed no change in its loveliness except a little turning aside of the long neck.
Rosamond too was still under the power of that same past, and her husband was still in part the Lydgate whose approval had stirred delight.
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 Rosamond No 1 Mill
Rosamond is the most important name in the history of the textile industry in the Mississippi Valley.
The life of the Rosamond family and their progress and developments in the texile industry were typical of the historic development of the woollen textile industry in Canada.
The Rosamond family was in woollen manufacturing for 120 years, from the beginning of machine manufacturing of wool until wool lost its dominance in textiles.
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 Rosamond Woolen Company
Initially, Rosamond, like other local carders, was paid in part or in whole in wool, but by the end of the 1830s, he and some others were demanding cash payments.
While the Rosamonds would continue to develop a wide range of interests, it was this mill which was the key to the family's success.
Rosamond had already brought in a specialist from Scotland, J.M. Masson, to design a new part of the big mill, and shortly after announced the installation of: "batteries for lighting a part of their works, the storage of electricity being done when the motive powers of the mills are not otherwise engaged."
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 Rosamond Elementary - Jordan School District
Rosamond enjoys support from a rural community interested in providing a healthy family environment and a small city interested in the Arts and varied recreational opportunities.
Rosamond maintains high standards of excellence which encourage students to reach for their highest academic potential.
Rosamond students are expected to dress modestly and treat others with respect.
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 Professional Land Corporation: Antelope Valley, Rosamond, Mojave, Kern County, Lancaster, Palmdale
Rosamond Skypark was developed in 1986 as a fly-in community with upscale homes on half-acre lots, featuring backyard airplane hangars and taxiway connections to the Rosamond Airport.
Rosamond is often referred to as the Gateway to Edward's Air Force Base.
Rosamond is also famous for its Willow Springs International Raceway that is located to the north of Rosamond Blvd on Raceway Lane that is located between 70th St. West and 80th St. West.
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 Jass.com: Bob Cole, J. Rosamond Johnson, and James Weldon Johnson
J. Rosamond and James Weldon Johnson were born in Jacksonville, Florida, James Weldon in 1871 and Rosamond in 1873.
Rosamond Johnson went on to write the music and conduct the orchestra for the 1911 revue Hello Paris.
Rosamond joined the army and served as a second lieutenant with the 15th Regiment.
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Rosamond, CA Sometime around 1955 the Rosamond Substation became a resident post.
The original Rosamond Substation was operated out of a back room at the Fire Department on Desert Street.
In 1987, after four years of absence, the Rosamond Substation was reopened on Diamond Street.
www.co.kern.ca.us /sheriff/rosa.htm   (114 words)

Concerning Rosamond, Trautman said it might be possible for physicians practicing at the two hospitals to open a clinic in the community, which has the Southeast Kern region's largest population.
Rosamond, with a population around 20,000, currently has nine deputies and one sergeant operating out of the sheriff's substation.
The Rosamond Town Council has been a strong supporter of the Edwards Alliance, and two Rosamond residents, Barbara Speed and Tom Wardlaw sit on the Alliance Board representing the Rosamond Community.
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 Encyclopedia: J. Rosamond Johnson
His brother, poet James Weldon Johnson, wrote the lyrics of the famous piece.
The Harlem Renaissance was a flowering of African-American social thought and culture based in the African-American community forming in Harlem in New York City (USA).
James Weldon Johnson, photographed by Carl Van Vechten, 1932 James Weldon Johnson (June 17, 1871 - June 26, 1938) was a leading African American author, poet, early civil rights activist, and prominent figure in the Harlem Renaissance.
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 AllRefer.com - Rosamond, wife of the Lombard king Alboin (Italian History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Rosamond, wife of the Lombard king Alboin, Italian History, Biographies
The daughter of King Kunimund of the Gepidae, a Germanic people, she was captured by Alboin, who had defeated and killed her father.
When Rosamond offered Helmechis a poisoned drink, he swallowed half and forced her to drink the remainder.
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 Utah Performance and Assessment System for Students   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The purpose of this report is to provide information about how the students in ROSAMOND SCHOOL are doing relative to the Utah State Core Curriculum and the State requirements for school performance.
ROSAMOND SCHOOL is in the JORDAN DISTRICT and is a 0 thru 6 school with 1072 students throughout the school year, 41 teacher(s), 1 principal, 0 assistant principal(s), and 0 counselor(s)
Significant additional information, including an explanation of how to interpret this report, can be found at http://www.usoe.k12.ut.us/u-pass/ If you do not have access to the Internet, you may request a copy of the additional information from your school or district.
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 Robert Burns Country: The Burns Encyclopedia: 'Rosamond', Seizure of
This, without a doubt, was the brig Rosamond, and one of those who advanced in a 'martial and determined manner upon her rebellious crew was Robert Burns.
He, it seems, first discovered what was afoot, and attempted to seize the Rosamond with a small party he had collected for another purpose.
The 'Inventory of the Rosamond and Furniture' is apparently in John Lewars's hand, and contains, besides a list of fifty-three items, a draft press advertisement announcing the sale of the ship and its Contents by public roup in the Coffee House, Dumfries, on 19th April.
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 Rosamond on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
On Rosamond's death soon afterward she was buried in Godstow Abbey, but her remains were removed to the chapter house after Henry's death.
Many stories were written about Rosamond by later chroniclers, the best-known involving variations on a tragic death.
She was supposedly murdered at Woodstock by Eleanor of Aquitaine, either by poison, stabbing, beheading, or being bled to death in her bath.
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Rosamond sits in her chamber and wipes the tears from her eyes with the back of her hands.
Rosamond goes to her room, tears through her clothes and puts on a pair of breeches and a heavy cloak.
Rosamond had always been the apple of her father's eye and she intended that he not be disgraced by her actions.
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 Rosamond Real Estate - Homes and Land for sale in the Antelope Valley
Rosamond Ca, a city of 15,000 is located in the California High Desert at the northern end of the Antelope Valley.
Rosamond California has much to offer both the visitor and those that are seeking an ideal place to raise their family.
Rosamond Properties and Real Estate, "Your Home and Land Specialists" an experienced and professional real estate company in Rosamond, Rosamond CA, Rosamond California, can help you buy, sell or lease a home or other real estate throughout Los Angeles County and Kern County.
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 J. Rosamond Johnson -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Rosamond Johnson, was a composer and singer during the (A period in the 1920s when African-American achievements in art and music and literature flourished) Harlem Renaissance.
His brother, poet (Click link for more info and facts about James Weldon Johnson) James Weldon Johnson, wrote the lyrics of the famous piece.
Vaudeville was toured by Johnson and, after Cole's 1911 death, he began a successful tour with (Click link for more info and facts about Charles Hart) Charles Hart and (Click link for more info and facts about Tom Brown) Tom Brown.
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 Rosamond News
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Rosamond Roadrunners fans were pleased Friday as they witnessed their football team notch a victory over the visiting Blair Vikings, 28-7 in a non-league game.
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 Rosamond Skypark
The number of developments in the planning stages for the Rosamond area continues to expand, so we are starting a special collection within the website to house the information we receive.
Tract w/zone chg, Tropico Rd and Rosamond Tr.
Werner and Rosamond Tract 6060, S. side of Rosamond Blvd, 40th to Werner, 225 residential lots, Comment filed.
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Joe Rosamond, acting as his agent, applied to the State Insurance Fund for workmen's compensation insurance for Rosamond Construction Company, and on the same date such a policy was issued which listed the employer as "Rosamond Construction Company, Individual - Joe Rosamond".
Rosamond testified that at the time of the application she advised the Fund that she wanted a policy that would cover Joe Rosamond, as well as his employees, and that she understood that the amount of the premium deposit she paid was based on such coverage.
ΒΆ4 Almost immediately after the policy was issued, Joe Rosamond, together with three of his employees, began the work of dismantling a derrick for Ada Iron and Metal Company, not a party to this proceeding, and at about 4:00 p.m.
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 Rosamond CA - Homes and Land for sale in Rosamond, Palmdale, Lancaster and Quartz Hill, Ca.
Rosamond CA - Homes and Land for sale in Rosamond, Palmdale, Lancaster and Quartz Hill, Ca.
Rosamond Realtor: Denise Trahan is a Realtor in Rosamond, Ca.- One of Antelope Valley’s most experienced and respected real estate agent in Rosamond, also serves California City, Lancaster, Quartz Hill, Palmdale and Edwards AFB.
If you are looking for Antelope Valley land, homes, new or older residential homes for sale in Rosamond, Quartz Hill, Lancaster or Palmdale, California City, CA or other surrounding areas in the Antelope Valley, Los Angeles County, Ca, Denise Trahan can help you out.
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 Rosamond Dentists & Dental Insurance @ Dental Plans
With the most dentists in combined networks anywhere, several Rosamond dentists and dental plans may be available in your area (find Rosamond dental plans).
Each participating Rosamond dentist charges plan members according to an established "discounted fee schedule." Services include teeth whitening, dentures, gum surgery, implant dentistry, laser dentistry, and many more.
If you are in need of specialty work from Rosamond general dentists, Rosamond cosmetic dentists, Rosamond family dentists, holistic dentists, Rosamond oral surgeons, or Rosamond pediatric dentists, participating Rosamond dentists are available for each dental plan.
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 Rosamond - Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Rosamond CA real estate for sale by one the Antelope Valley's's top selling real estate agents, Denise Trahan.
Rosamond Nina Lehmann was born in Buckinghamshire on 3 Feb. The papers also contain letters from Rosamond Lehmann to her mother, photographs of friends,
Rosamond S. King is a scholar and poet.
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 Fair Rosamond   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
and the beautiful Rosamond have been taken for fact by our English historians; who, unable to account for the unnatural conduct of queen Eleanor in stimulating her sons to rebellion, have attributed it to jealousy, and supposed that Henry's amour with Rosamond was the object of that passion.
Geoffrey was the younger of Rosamond's sons, and yet is said to have been twenty years old at the time of his election to that see in 1173.
Indeed the true date of Geoffrey's birth, and consequently of Henry's commerce with Rosamond, seems to be best ascertained from an ancient manuscript in the Cotton library: wherein it is thus registered of Geoffrey Plantagenet: "Natus est 5th.
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