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List Of Captive Orcas - Individual Orcas - Katina
... was moved to Orlando at the end of the summer season, where she gave birth on September 26, 1985 to a female who was named Kalina ... She gave birth to her first son on September 9, 1993, named Taku ... Katina gave birth to her sixth calf, a female named Nalani, on September 18, 2006 ...
Sugden Family - The 1980s
... As for the Skilbeck branch of the family, Dolly gave birth to Samuel Skilbeck in December 1982 ... The following year, Sandie gave birth to a daughter but she gave it up for adoption in 1984 with the support from her gran, Annie and step-dad, Jack ... In 1986, Pat Ruth Sugden gave birth to Jack's second son by her they named him Robert, however 4 months after, Pat died in a car crash ...
Princess Sophia Of The United Kingdom
... best known for the rumours surrounding a supposed illegitimate child to which she gave birth as a young woman ... Garth, an equerry of her father's, and gave birth to an illegitimate son in the summer of 1800 ... on the validity of these stories, as some believe she gave birth to Garth's child while others call them tales spread by the Royal Family's political enemies ...
List Of Captive Orcas - Individual Orcas - Taku
... After birth, Taku spent most of his time with his mother Katina or Nyar, his half-sister ... Three years later, Katina gave birth again to a female, Unna ... On August 25, 2002, Katina gave birth to her fifth calf a male, Ikaika ...
Abagana - History
... This man gave birth to four sons namely Ezi (aka Eziowelle - as it is customary for the first son of any igbo family to inherit his father's obi i.e.home), Nimo, Abba and Abagana ... Nwankwo Okakpu, a community leader and custodian of the peoples' culture, this man gave birth to nine children whose names are- Ogidi, Okpala, Chime, Okwui, Ene, Dejili, Akpuche ... married a wife from Uru-Okpala village and gave birth to Kabi, Okpalachi, and Dilekwo ...

Famous quotes containing the words birth and/or gave:

    For God, nothing is impossible. And, if he wanted, in the future women would give birth from their ears.
    François Rabelais (1494–1553)

    I did the dragon’s will until you came
    Because I had fancied love a casual
    Improvisation, or a settled game
    That followed if I let the kerchief fall:
    Those deeds were best that gave the minute wings
    And heavenly music if they gave it wit.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)