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Caroline, a physician in California who is using her middle name to protect her son and because her employer will not allow her to speak to the media, took her ex-husband to court so she could vaccinate their 12-year-old.
Despite Caroline’s requests, he declined to talk to their pediatrician.
In 2006, Nixon won a Helen Hayes Award for her leading role as the character Caroline Thibodeaux in the Broadway musical “Caroline, or Change.”D.C. singer turned Broadway star Julia Nixon dies at 66|Lou Chibbaro Jr.|October 5, 2021|Washington Blade
The film takes a look at Caroline’s early years and her intense commitment to competition climbing, her all consuming focus on winning and how the death of her mother led to her seeking changes in her life.
Even Caroline, we learn this season, is not exactly the omnipotent boss woman she pretends to be in front of her employees.Flack Is the Most Delectable in a New Wave of Shows About the Workaholics Who Make Hollywood Run|Judy Berman|June 11, 2021|Time
Caroline Trimm, a nurse counselor at Greenwich House in the SoHo district of Manhattan, seems to have the opposite view.
Caroline Kennedy has discovered that being ambassador to Japan is no longer an easy life.
The Obama visit is an important display of solidarity, but once he leaves, Caroline Kennedy will be left to handle Tokyo.
Caroline Sweeney, the police reporter for the Pottstown Mercury, updates the page at least once a week.Pinterest’s Most Wanted: The Cops Now Want Pinners’ Data, Too|Abby Haglage|March 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He cites two rocket engineers, Geoff Daly and Caroline Campbell, who contest this claim.Branson’s Galactic Obstacles: Tom Bower Puts a Damper on Virgin’s Space Flight Dreams|Clive Irving|January 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though Caroline only brought with her a dot of forty thousand francs, she stood for what was better still, immense possibilities.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
Your daughter Caroline is exceedingly proud of the somewhat rounded form of her waist.
When her daughter laughs, she weeps; when Caroline wishes her happiness public, she tries to conceal hers.
In order to compensate herself for the silence to which young ladies are condemned, Caroline talks; or rather babbles.
Caroline should keep watch over herself; you vaunt silence as the surest method of being witty.