Trotter

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Read more about Trotter:  People With The Surname Trotter, Fictional Characters, Other Uses

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Lilias Trotter - Sources
... Miriam Huffman Rockness, A Passion for the Impossible The life of Lilias Trotter, Discovery House Publishers (2003) Patricia St ... John, Until the Day Breaks The Life and Work of Lilias Trotter Pioneer Missionary to Muslim North Africa, OM Publishing, (1990) Constance Evelyn Padwick, Lilias Trotter of Algiers, Algiers Missions Band, (1975 ... Lilias Trotter "Lalla Lili" (The Arabs' name for her), founder of the Algiers Mission Band, Marshall Morgan Scott, (1930) E Barth-van Marle, Uit leven en arbeid van Isabella Lilias Trotter ...
Clementina (character) - Mrs Trotter
... Mrs Trotter is a fictional character in a Jeeves novel, being the domineering wife of Liverpool newspaper owner Mr Trotter and the mother by a former marriage of poet Percy Gorringe ... In Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit (1954), Mrs Trotter was with her husband at Aunt Dahlia's country house Brinkley Court, and planned to rob Dahlia of her chef extraordinaire Anatole in exchange of ...
Sonnie Trotter
... Sonnie Trotter (born November 15, 1979 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian professional climber, known for his strength in many rock climbing disciplines, contributing ... Trotter began climbing in 1997 at age 16, and soon became the first Canadian to climb 5.14c the third North American to have established a 5.14d route ... In more recent years, Trotter has gained notoriety for his support of clean trad routes over bolted routes, and his first ascent of the Cobra Crack in Squamish ...
Lilias Trotter - Art
... In 1876, when Trotter was 23, she travelled with her mother to Venice ... she was taught ” Ruskin did not believe that ladies could paint before he met Trotter ... Trotter, however, decided to give up her career in art in order to serve God ...
Trotter - Other Uses
... Trotters Gorge, New Zealand Trotter, a horse trained for harness racing Trotters, the feet of an ungulate (goat, pig, lamb or any cattle), especially when used for food The Trotters, the ...