Jacqueline

Jacqueline may refer to:

  • Jacqueline (film), a 1956 film
  • Jacqueline (given name), a French female given name (and list of people with the name)
  • Jacqueline (painting), a 1961 portrait by Pablo Picasso
  • Jacqueline, Countess of Hainaut (1401–1436), Duchess of Bavaria-Straubing, Countess of Hainaut and Holland
  • 1017 Jacqueline, an asteroid
  • "Jacqueline", a song by Alabama 3 from Revolver Soul (album)
  • "Jacqueline", a song by Franz Ferdinand from Franz Ferdinand (album)
  • "Jacqueline", a song by The Coral from Roots & Echoes

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Jacqueline De Longwy - Countess of Bar-sur-Seine
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Famous quotes containing the word jacqueline:

    The moment when she crawled out onto the back of the open limousine in which her husband had been murdered was the first and last time the American people would see Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis crawl.... She was the last great private public figure in this country. In a time of gilt and glitz and perpetual revelation, she was perpetually associated with that thing so difficult to describe yet so simple to recognize, the apotheosis of dignity.
    Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)