Waters's only child, Fanny.
If my fanny squirms, it’s bad.
Fanny walks a fragile line between propriety and creativity.
But would the revolution have been in greater danger if Fanny Kaplan had not shot at all?
Fanny packs must mean something special to you.
She names her daughter Moira, even though Fanny tells her that the name is unkind.
Everything comes to a head when Linda asks Fanny to see her off at the train station.
But they’ll thank you once they’ve spent a few days with the JanSport Fifth Avenue Fanny Pack.
It’s 1793, and King Louis XVI has just met the guillotine, when Germaine and Fanny meet for the first time.
Fanny Eaton: The Forgotten Pre-Raphaelite Model, by Sarah Ushurhe Sarah is an artist, illustrator and writer.
In 1876 Robert Louis Stevenson met and fell in love with Fanny Osbourne, an American separated from her husband.
Only one quarantine letter survived, to Mrs Brawn, the mother of Fanny, the young woman he loved and would never see again.
The inimitable Fanny Cradock takes traditional recipes and uses her practical know-how to make Christmas cookery easier for the layman.
It was Blasis’s technique that formed the great ballerinas of the era: Marie Taglioni, Fanny Elssler, Fanny Cerrito, Carlotta Grisi, and Lucile Grahn.
"Since Fanny herself cannot be brought back, the next best thing is to get Barbra Streisand to sing and strut and go through comic routines à la Brice," the New York Times wrote.
He worked on more than a dozen Bergman films, including Viskningar och rop (1972; Cries and Whispers) and Fanny och Alexander (1982; Fanny and Alexander), for both of which he…
She could have tuned in to one of the nighttime dramas that Fanny Mann had taught her to enjoy, but without Fanny there to provide backstory the shows seemed nearly indistinguishable from the commercials that interrupted them.
His next three comedies—Marius (1929), Fanny (1931), and César (1936), known as the Marseille trilogy—deal with the lives of a Marseille fishmonger, Fanny, her lover Marius who goes off to sea, César the father, and his friend Panisse.
Fanny och Alexander (1982; Fanny and Alexander), in which the fortunes and misfortunes of a wealthy theatrical family in turn-of-the-century Sweden are portrayed through the eyes of a young boy, earned an Academy Award for best foreign film.
Two cookbooks by the chef Alice Waters — “Fanny at Chez Panisse: A Child’s Restaurant Adventures With 46 Recipes” (William Morrow Cookbooks, 1997) and “Fanny in France: Travel Adventures of a Chef’s Daughter, With Recipes” (Viking, 2016) — are full of classic recipes, beautiful watercolor illustrations and charming stories told from her daughter’s point of view.
- the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
- external female sex organs
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Two cookbooks by the chef Alice Waters — Fanny at Chez Panisse A Childs Restaurant Adventures With 46 Recipes William Morrow Cookbooks 1997 and Fanny in France Travel Adventures of a Chefs Daughter With Recipes Viking 2016 — are full of classic recipes beautiful watercolor illustrations and charming stories told from her daughters point of view