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She is now a businesswoman and blogger.

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She is now a businesswoman and blogger.

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» Kidnapped businesswoman rescued (Jamaica Gleaner)

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La mujer del ex alcalde de la capital, la multimillonaria “businesswoman” Yelena Batúrina, “se encontró” en el Banco de Moscú 13 mil millones de rublos y hace ver que no guarda ninguna relación con el “hallazgo”.

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Today, in Moscow, what most concerns the authorities is the future of this city, the largest in Europe, with more than 10 million inhabitants.

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* David Benson (1962—), English comedian, writer and actor* Dean Ayass (1976—), British wrestling manager and commentator* Debra Barr (1986—) Apprentice candidate, Series 5* Derek Yalden, English zoologist, Reader at the University of Manchester* Duncan McCargo, British academic* Edith Durham (1863–1944), British traveller, artist, writer and anthropologist* Ewan Pearson (1972—), British music producer* Frances Stevenson (1888–1972), British personal secretary and second wife of Prime Minister David Lloyd George* Francis Wheen (1957—), British journalist, writer and broadcaster* Geoff Hannan (1972—), British composer* Giles Hart (1949–2005), British engineer and trade union activist* Gregory Barker MP (1966—), British politician* Helen Cam CBE FRHistS (1885–1968), English historian* Isabel Fay (1979—), English comedy writer and character comedian* Jacqueline Simpson (1930—), British author and folklorist* James Dagwell (1974—), British journalist* Dame Janet Fookes DBE DL (1936—), English politician, Conservative member of the House of Lords* Janice Hadlow, controller of BBC Two* Jean Henderson (1899–1997), British barrister and Liberal Party politician* Jennifer Page CBE (1944—), former chief executive of the London Millennium Dome project* Jenny Randerson (1948—), Welsh Liberal Democrat politician* Jessica Lee MP (1976—), British politician* Joby Talbot (1971—), British composer* Joe Saward (1961—), British Formula One journalist* John B. Cosgrave (1946—), Irish mathematician* John Scott Whiteley (1950—), Organist at York Minster and in "21st Century Bach" (BBC TV/Associated Rediffusion)* Jojo Moyes (1969—), British novelist* Jon Jeary, British musician* Jonathan Cole (1970—), British composer* Karena Johnson, English theater director* Louisa Martindale CBE FRCOG (1872–1966), British physician and surgeon* Lucy Owen (1970—), Welsh newsreader* Mark Carwardine, Zoologist, Writer, Wildlife Photographer, TV and Radio Presenter* Mary Nightingale (1964—), British newsreader* Muhammad Abdul Bari MBE (1953—), Secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain* Nick Hallard (1975—), British artist* Norman Baker MP (1957—), British politician* Norvela Forster (1931–1993) British businesswoman, exporter and politician* Patricia Gaffney, American author* Paul Newland (1966—), British composer* Peter Bramley, British actor, director and theater director* Pippa Guard (1952—), English actress* Richard Baker (1972—), British composer and conductor* Richard Clarke (1978—), English Radio Presenter* Robert Garside (1967—), English record-breaking adventurer* Robin Ince (1969—), English comedian* Ronald Alan Waldron, English medievalist* Rosemary Manning (1911–1988), British author* Simon Nye (1958—), English comic television writer* Simon Thurley (1963—), British architectural historian* Sophie Bryant (1850–1922) Anglo-Irish mathematician, educator, feminist and activist* Stewart Jackson MP (1965—), British politician* Susan Bullock (1958—), English soprano* Tahmima Anam (1975—), Bangladeshi born writer and novelist* Tansy Davies (1973—), British composer* Tara Dean (1977—), British film producer and solicitor* Tess Kingham (1963—), British politician* Valerie Vaz MP, British politician -->== Referencias ==== Enlaces externos ==* Sitio oficial de Royal Holloway, Universidad de Londres

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Notable amongst them are:* Abbas Ahmad Akhoundi (born 1957), Iranian politician* Chris Aldridge, British radio newsreader (BBC Radio 4)* Tahmima Anam (born 1975), Bangladeshi-born writer and novelist* Kitty Anderson DBE (1903–1979) BA, PhD (1933) headmistress North London Collegiate School 1945–1965* Catherine Ashton (born 1956), British Labour politician who served as the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, vice president of the European Commission* Dean Ayass (born 1976), British wrestling manager and commentator* Norman Baker MP (born 1957), British politician* Richard Baker (born 1972), British composer and conductor* Muhammad Abdul Bari MBE (born 1953), Former Secretary General Muslim Council of Britain* Gregory Barker MP (born 1966), British politician* Debra Barr (born 1986) Apprentice candidate, Series 5* David Bellamy OBE (born 1933), English botanist, environmentalist, author and broadcaster* David Benson (born 1962), English comedian, writer and actor* Peter Bramley, British actor, director and theatre director* Sophie Bryant (1850–1922) Anglo-Irish mathematician, educator, feminist and activist* Susan Bullock CBE (born 1958), English soprano* Helen Cam CBE FRHistS (1885–1968), English historian* Mark Carwardine, Zoologist, Writer, Wildlife Photographer, TV and Radio Presenter* Lucy Caslon, founder and director of charity Msizi Africa* Sophie Christiansen OBE (1987– ), won several gold medals in Paralympics equestrian events* Richard Clarke (born 1978), English radio presenter* Jonathan Cole (born 1970), British composer* Ivy Compton-Burnett (1884–1969), English novelist* John B. Cosgrave (born 1946), Irish mathematician* Richmal Crompton (1890–1969), English writer of "Just William"* James Dagwell (born 1974), British journalist* Tansy Davies (born 1973), British composer* Emily Davison (1872–1913), English suffragette activist* Tim Donovan (born 1964), political editor, BBC London News* Edith Durham (1863–1944), British traveller, artist, writer and anthropologist* George Eliot (1819–1880), British novelist* Example (musician) (born 1982), British singer, rapper and songwriter* Isabel Fay (born 1979), English comedy writer and character comedian* Dame Janet Finch (born 1946) vice-chancellor and professor of social relations at Keele University 1995–2010, honourable fellow RHC 1999* Dame Janet Fookes DBE DL (born 1936), English politician, Conservative member House of Lords* Norvela Forster (1931–1993) British businesswoman, exporter and politician* Emma Freud OBE (born 1962), English broadcaster and cultural commentator* Jane Gardam OBE FRSL (born 1928), novelist* Robert Garside (born 1967), English record-breaking adventurer* Pippa Guard (born 1952), English actress* Janice Hadlow, controller of BBC Two* Nick Hallard (born 1975), British artist* Geoff Hannan (born 1972), British composer* Giles Hart (1949–2005), British engineer and trade union activist* Jean Henderson (1899–1997), British barrister and Liberal Party politician* Jackie Hunter (born 1956) chief executive of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)* Alex Hyndman (born 1978) British newsreader* Moussa Ibrahim (born 1974), Gaddafi spokesman during the 2011 Libyan civil war* Robin Ince (born 1969), English comedian* Stewart Jackson MP (born 1965), British politician* Karena Johnson, English theatre director* Tess Kingham (born 1963), British politician* Jessica Lee MP (born 1976), British politician* Dame Kathleen Lonsdale DBE FRS (1903–1971), Crystallographer* Dame Felicity Lott DBE (born 1947), English soprano* Rosemary Manning (1911–1988), British author* Duncan McCargo, British academic* Roxanne McKee (born 1982), British actress and model* John Moloney, comedian and comedy writer* Laura Moore, candidate in "The Apprentice" series six* Louisa Martindale CBE FRCOG (1872–1966), British physician and surgeon* Jojo Moyes (born 1969), British novelist* Paul Newland (born 1966), British composer* Mary Nightingale (born 1964), British newsreader* Jeremy Northam (born 1961), actor* Simon Nye (born 1958), English comic television writer* Lucy Owen (born 1970), Welsh newsreader* Jennifer Page CBE (born 1944), former chief executive of the London Millennium Dome project* Ewan Pearson (born 1972), British music producer* Andrew Poppy (born 1954), British composer, pianist and music producer* Thea Porter (1927–2000), fashion designer (expelled)* Jenny Randerson (born 1948), Welsh Liberal Democrat politician* Helene Raynsford (born 1979), British paralympic rower and gold medallist* Ben Richardson (born 198?

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January 4, 2010* Glückel von Hameln at "Other Women's Voices"* Natalie Zemon Davis, "Glückel of Hameln: Businesswoman," "Jewish Heritage Online Magazine"* Glikl bas Judah Leib (Gluckel of Hameln), excerpt from her memoirs on "Early Modern Notes"

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January 4, 2010*Glückel von Hameln at "Other Women's Voices"*Natalie Zemon Davis, "Glückel of Hameln: Businesswoman," "Jewish Heritage Online Magazine"*Glikl bas Judah Leib (Gluckel of Hameln), excerpt from her memoirs on "Early Modern Notes"==External links==* Video Lecture on Glückel of Hameln by Dr. Henry Abramson of Touro College South

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