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Spider's Web (novel)
... of the same name by crime fiction writer Agatha Christie and was first published in the UK by HarperCollins in September 2000 and on November 11, 2000 ... transfer of the stage lines and directions of Christie's script into a written narrative ... Osborne contributed a section to the book on the history of Christie's plays ...
Lyn Christie
... Lyn Christie, MD, (né Lyndon Van Christie born 3 August 1928) is an American jazz bassist ... Christie has played with a variety of notable jazz musicians including Ahmad Jamal, Jaki Byard, Chet Baker, Paul Winter, Buddy Rich, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Tal Farlow ...
Sidney Lee Christie
... Sidney Lee Christie (April 17, 1903 – February 15, 1974) was a United States federal judge ... Born in Sinks Grove, West Virginia, Christie received a Business College Degree from Dunsmore Business College in 1924 and an LL.B ... On April 15, 1964, Christie was nominated by President Lyndon B ...
Christie, Brown Company - Personal Life
... On March 21, 1855 at the age of 26 Christie married 25-year-old Mary Jane McMullen ... Christie was born and in 1864, Mary Jane delivered their second daughter, Fanny Laura Christie ... only eight months after the birth William's second son, William "Willie" Christie, when an illness, disease or virus claimed the lives of 8-year-old James and 8-month-old ...
Littleton V. Prange - Case
... After her husband's death, Christie Lee Littleton brought a medical malpractice suit against her husband's doctor, Mark Prange ... The defense attorney argued that the marriage was invalid because Christie Lee Littleton was a biological male ... surgery" in handing down his judgment that "Christie Littleton is a male ...

Famous quotes containing the word christie:

    An archaeologist is the best husband any woman can have: the older she gets, the more interested he is in her.
    —Agatha Christie (1891–1976)

    Every murderer is probably somebody’s old friend.
    —Agatha Christie (1890–1976)

    [My father] was a lazy man. It was the days of independent incomes, and if you had an independent income you didn’t work. You weren’t expected to. I strongly suspect that my father would not have been particularly good at working anyway. He left our house in Torquay every morning and went to his club. He returned, in a cab, for lunch, and in the afternoon went back to the club, played whist all afternoon, and returned to the house in time to dress for dinner.
    —Agatha Christie (1891–1976)