And Sherriff and baby Agnes had passed the 21 days incubation period, proving they had not contracted Ebola.
Agnes is driven to lunacy, after she returns home to find her daughter married to the man who killed her husband.
Big collectors like Marty Margulies, Agnes Gund, Frances Bowes, Don Marron, and Helen Schwab roamed the art-filled aisles.
The job is one that requires the skill of a master storyteller—someone like Agnes Nixon.
First, though, during the months that her case was under appeal, Agnes awaited execution in the home of a farmer and his family.
After a while he took Agnes to England with him, and from thence to Portugal.
Think on them, Agnes, think on them all; Think on the great one, think on the small.
I dont know where she expects to find her talent, sniffed Agnes.
Among the above slaves advertised for sale were Agnes and her two daughters.
Agnes was bending with red eyes over a kettle which was boiling on the fire.
fem. proper name, mid-12c., from Old French Agnes, from Greek Hagne "pure, chaste," from fem. of hagnos "holy," from PIE *yag- "to worship, reverence" (see hagiology). St. Agnes, martyred 303 C.E., is patron saint of young girls, hence the folk connection of St. Agnes' Eve (Jan. 20-21) with love divinations. In Middle English, frequently phonetically as Annis, Annys. In U.S., among the top 50 names for girls born between 1887 and 1919.