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Kirke

[ kur-kee ]

noun

, Classical Mythology.


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For Kirke it was being paid to pretend to play the oboe that heightened her affair with classical music.

“Um, I have one now, for one,” Kirke laughs, about that new relationship.

Kirke, the 23-year-old younger sister of Girls star Jemima Kirke, is a good example of that herself.

A self-portrait of Kirke pregnant with her daughter is also on display.

Playing Jessa is both a blessing and a curse for Jemima Kirke.

Kirke implored forgiveness; and the dying man declared that he forgave as he hoped to be forgiven.

You have more influence with him than any one, Mr. Kirke—do try to stop it!'

Atte kirke dure, at the font, placed symbolically at the entrance to the church: comp.

In 1861 the first draft of his “Kirke-Salmebog” was published.

It was believed in London, at the time, that Kirke put a hundred captives to death during the week which followed the battle.

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