Camilla

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Camilla (fly) - Species
... Camilla atrimana Camilla flavicauda Camilla fuscipes Camilla glabra Camilla nigrifrons This list is incomplete you can help by expanding it ...
Camilla Johansson
... Camilla Johansson (born January 9, 1974) is a former Swedish Olympic backstroke swimmer ... Her married name is Camilla Johansson-Sponseller ...
Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall - Ancestry
... Through her French lineage, Camilla's maternal line great-great-grandmother was Sophia Mary MacNab of Hamilton, Ontario, who was the descendant of 17th century immigrants to Quebec ... Also through The Honourable George Keppel on Camilla's side and through the Queen Mother on Charles' side, Camilla and Charles are ninth cousins once removed ... Ancestors of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall 16 ...
Camilla Martelli - Biography
... Born into one of the most important families of the Florentine patricians, Camilla was the daughter of Antonio Martelli and Elisabetta Soderini ... and after the end of his relationship with Eleonora of Albizi, Camilla became Cosimo's lover despite being 26 years his junior ... Camilla stood by him during his old age, when because of his poor health he retired to private life in the villa di Castello, abdicating in favour of his son Francesco I de' Medici ...
List Of Swedish Swimming Championships Champions (women) - Current Program - 200 M Backstroke
... SS 1987 - Johanna Larsson, Mariestads SS 1988 - Camilla Olsson, Malmö KK 1989 - Johanna Larsson, Mariestads SS 1990 - Camilla Olsson, Malmö KK 1991 ...

Famous quotes containing the word camilla:

    He could walk, or rather turn about in his little garden, and feel more solid happiness from the flourishing of a cabbage or the growing of a turnip than was ever received from the most ostentatious show the vanity of man could possibly invent. He could delight himself with thinking, “Here will I set such a root, because my Camilla likes it; here, such another, because it is my little David’s favorite.”
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)