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“Congratulations to Prince and Esther, two talented young journalists who will gain valuable work experience this summer while telling the important stories of our community,” said Blade Foundation Executive Director Kevin Naff.Blade Foundation announces 2021 fellowship recipients|Staff reports|April 26, 2021|Washington Blade
Esther’s mother had told her that if she learned shorthand, “she would be in demand among all the up-and-coming young men and she would transcribe letter after thrilling letter.”The hotel that nurtured ambitious women and their New York dreams|Mary Jo Murphy|March 26, 2021|Washington Post
Esther, who lives just outside Houston, is a single mother of a newborn barely a week old.
After a high-risk pregnancy and reduced hours at the supermarket where she works, Esther relied on mutual aid for baby supplies.
In her struggle to find her daughter, Esther becomes one of the founders of the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo.
Esther Choi of Mokbar said she has made Korean potato pancakes called gam ja jun, and Charles Rodriguez of PRINT.
The name Easter may, or may not, be derived from the Sumerian goddess Inanna, or Ishtar—the source of the Hebrew name Esther.
I started to think of these sections in part as being the interior place where the characters of Jane and Esther perhaps overlap.Susan Minot on Africa, Joseph Kony, and the Limits of Writing About Love|Lea Carpenter|February 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Esther Williams, 91 From 1945-49 a Williams film was one of the top 20 box office grossers each year—clearly, swimming sells.
Her lover installed her in an elegant apartment on rue Taitbout, where Esther Gobseck afterwards lived.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
Was Esther left alone, or had some new protector made his appearance from among the millions of Europe?
Then, as though this was the end of what she could endure in the way of joy, Esther turned and ran out of the room.
The Admiral was in the chimney-corner, once more ‘sirrupping’ some brandy and water, and Esther sat at the table at work.
Had he done so, of course Dick could have taken to his heels, and warned Esther of what was coming, and of how it had begun.
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A book of the Old Testament that tells the story of a beautiful Jewish woman named Esther who is chosen by the king of Persia (now Iran; see Persian Empire) to be his queen. Esther, with the aid of her cousin Mordecai, stops a plot to massacre the Jews (see also Jews) in Persia, and Mordecai becomes the king's chief minister.