Synonyms for elvie or Related words with elvie

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Examples of "elvie"
Elvie Villasanta (died February 8, 2013) was a Filipino comedian. She starred in "Mommy Elvie's Problematic Show" and "Mommy Elvie @ 18". She was the mother of Ariel Villasanta.
Elvie Hill (born 1917) is an Australian fashion designer.
(Vocation Director of the Archdiocese: Fr. Elvie Bordios)
Eatonia (Elvie Smith) Municipal Airport, , is located adjacent to Eatonia, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is named for the local community and Elvie L. Smith, former President and Chairman of Pratt and Whitney Canada.
Børge Rasmussen is in love with Elvie Hansen. During a visit at doctor Kermer's, Børge steals a small fortune in cash. Together with Elvie, he runs off to Copenhagen. On their way there, Elvie breaks up. In Copenhagen, the saboteur Verner seeks out Børge, convincing him to go to Canada, bringing a briefcase for a friend of Verner's. Børges friend, Marinus, finds out that there is a bomb in the briefcase, but on his way to warn Børge, Marinus is murdered. Before dying, though, he manages to tell doctor Kermer about the bomb. Together with Elvie, Kermer now leaves for Copenhagen to save Børge.
Bross Elvie Townsend, Jr. (October 18, 1933 – May 12, 2003) was an American jazz and blues pianist.
Mommy Elvie wants to be famous before she turns 80 with the help of her son Ariel.
Her recordings for Paramount in 1930 and 1931 were labeled "Elvie Thomas". In an interview with blues researcher Robert "Mack" McCormick, she said of her name, "It's just the letters L. V....that's all the name I got, but he [Paramount representative Arthur Laibly or pressing foreman Alfred Schultz] made it out 'Elvie' someway."
The song recorded by Elvie Thomas with Geeshie Wiley in 1930 tells of a daughter not following her dead mother's advice:
L.V. Thomas ("née" L.V. Grant, August 7, 1891 – May 20, 1979), better known as Elvie Thomas, was an American country blues singer and guitarist from Houston, Texas.
Sébastien Breteau is also an Angel Investor, who has invested in twenty companies, including LeCab, Big Mama, Elvie, Black Crows Skis and Osper.
Paul Elvie Feldhausen (born June 14, 1946 in Madison, Wisconsin.) is a former player in the American Football League for the Boston Patriots in 1968 as a tackle.
"Motherless Child Blues" (or, in dialect, "Motherless Chile Blues") is the name of two distinctly different traditional blues songs. They are different melodically and lyrically. One was first popularized by Robert "Barbecue Bob" Hicks, the other by Elvie Thomas.
Two wrecks within the sound are protected under the federal Historic Shipwrecks Act 1976. These are the wooden barque "Athena" that sank in 1908, and the wooden boat "Elvie" that sank in 1923.
Mommy Elvie's Problematic Show was a comedy show hosted by Ariel Villasanta's (co-host of Totoo TV and The Misaventures of Maverick and Ariel) mother, Elvie Villasanta that aired every Tuesday evenings on TV5 .
Shegog was born in Lower Turner Marsh near Launceston, Tasmania to Joseph and Elvie Shegog (née Briant). When he was nine years old, Shegog taught himself how to play the guitar. He was also a member of the choir at school. At the age of fourteen, he started performing at venues and began to write his own songs.
On 21 June 1997 in Sintra, he married a second time Maria Jose de Souza Pereira (b. 19 March 1952), daughter of Antonio Joaquim de Barros Pereira (1906–1969) and Elvie Irene de Souza Pereira (1917–2002) of Macau. She gave up her international career as banker and investment advisor upon marriage.
Rex Elvie Allen (December 31, 1920 – December 17, 1999) was an American film and television actor, singer and songwriter, known as "the Arizona Cowboy" and as the narrator of many Disney nature and Western productions. For contributions to the recording industry, Allen was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
In 1984, the church targeted Hong Kong as its first overseas mission outreach. In late 1986, Bro. Chito Cordero together with Bro. Raymond Lim of the Church of Singapore-Balestier established a Bible study targeting the Filipinos in Singapore. Sisters Liza Mayo, Elvie Sinel, Marcia Anderson followed shortly.
In the early 1960s, a couturier from Melbourne Australia, Elvie Hill, secured a contract to reproduce Nina Ricci for the local Australian market. This proved to be a short lived partnership as Australian women struggled to fit into the petite and very fitted designs from the Paris fashion house.