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Elil Elil is a term from the fictional language used by rabbits in Richard Adams's Watership Down. It refers to the natural enemies of rabbits (foxes, stoats, badgers, etc) and also to humans, whom they regard as their principal enemy.
Elim Bible Institute - Buffalo Elim Bible Institute - Buffalo Campus ( EBIB ) was founded, originally, as Buffalo School of the Bible in 1977, EBIB is now a satellite campus of the Lima campus. With its headquarters in Orchard Park, New York, EBIB has several locations to meet the needs of the Western New York community, and is primarily an adult-ed school for working adults that wish to further their education.
Elim Garak Elim Garak is a character in the fictional Star Trek universe, played by Andrew Robinson. He was technically classified as a recurring character, but many fans consider him to be a regular given his importance to the story arc and his presence in many episodes.
Elim Christian Services Elim Christian Services, is a Christian ministry, based in the Southwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, that equips individuals with disabilities to achieve their highest potential, primarily through a Christian special education program, a vocational and day program for adults with disabilities, a children's residential program, and an outreach program serving mainstream Christian school students who have learning disorders or other special needs.
Elimelech Elimelech (EÂ·limÂ´eÂ·lech) [My God Is King] was a man of Bethlehem who, along with his wife Naomi and their two sons Mahlon and Chilion, left Judah because of a famine in the days of the Judges and took up alien residence in Moab, where he died.â€”Ru 1:1-3.
Elimelech of Lizhensk Rabbi Elimelech Lipman of Lizhensk (or Lezhinsk or Lijensk) (in Polish: LeĹĽajsk) (1717-1786) was an Orthodox Jewish Rabbi and one of the great Hassidic Rebbes of the past. He was also known as a Tzaddik who devoted his life to studying and teaching the Torah, as well as encouraging people to repent and return to God.
ElimiDATE elimiDATE was a television dating reality show in which one contestant chooses between four contestants of the opposite sex by eliminating them one by one in three total rounds. The host of the show for the first season was Kerry Katona (the show went to a hostless format for season two and beyond), and Dale Inghram was the announcer.
Elimination Blackjack Elimination Blackjack is a form of tournament blackjack pitting the player against the dealer and other players to avoid being eliminated. Televised Elimination Blackjack tournaments appear on Sundays on WGN on the Ultimate Blackjack Tour.
Elimination communication Elimination communication (EC) is a form of nurturing in which a caregiver uses timing, signals, cues, and intuition to help an infant address his or her elimination needs, partially or completely avoiding the use of diapers (nappies). EC is also known as Natural Infant Hygiene, Elimination Timing, and Infant Potty Training.
Elimination Chamber The Elimination Chamber is a match type in professional wrestling (seen in World Wrestling Entertainment). It is a variation of the steel cage and Hell in a Cell matches, in that the ring is surrounded by a steel structure of chain and girders, but instead of a standard steel cage, the Elimination Chamber is circular, allowing for four inner chambers (or 'pods') to be placed on the apron with platforms keeping the wrestlers from the floor.
Elimination of Fraternities at Williams College On June 30, 1962, the Williams College Committee on Review of Fraternity Questions (informally known as the Angevine Committee, after its chairman Jay B. Angevine) submitted its report to the Board of Trustees, urging that the college assume responsibility for providing room and board to the entire student body.
Elimination races Elimination races in bicycle racing are a form of race wherein during the course of the race, certain participants are eliminated through various criteria. The most common types of elimination races are the Miss and Out and the Win and Out.
Elimination reaction An elimination reaction is a type of organic reaction in which two substituents are removed from a molecule in either a one or two-step mechanism. Either the unsaturation of the molecule increases (as in most organic elimination reactions) or the valence of an atom in the molecule decreases by two, a process known as reductive elimination.
Eliminative materialism Eliminative materialism (also called eliminativism) is a materialist position in the philosophy of mind. Its primary claim is that people's common-sense understanding of the mind (or folk psychology) is false and that certain classes of mental states that most people believe in do not exist.
Elimiotis Elimiotis was a region of Macedon that was located along the Haliacmon, north of Perrhaibia/Thessaly, west of Pieria, east of Parauaia, and south of Orestis. In earlier times, it was independent, but later was incorporated into the Argead kingdom of Macedon.
Elin Jones Elin Jones is a Plaid Cymru politician. She is a member of the National Assembly for Wales for the Ceredigion Assembly constituency, which covers an area similar to that of the county of Ceredigion, since 1999.
Elin Kristiansen Elin Kristiansen (born 9 July 1968) is a former biathlete from Norway. She has received two World Championships medals, one in 1988 when she won silver at the 15 km event and a bronze in 1990 from the sprint event.
Elin Lerum Boasson Elin Lerum Boasson (born May 28 1978) is aNorwegian environmentalist and was leader of Natur og Ungdom in 2001 and 2002. Before being leader she had been deputy leader and active in the organisation since she was 13.
Elin Oxenhielm Elin Oxenhielm was a Swedish mathematics student, who, in December 2003, mistakenly claimed to have solved Hilbert's sixteenth problem. Her paper had been accepted to the journal Nonlinear Analysis, but after further review the acceptance was withdrawn.
Elina Bystritskaya Elina Avraamovna Bystritskaya (Russian: ĐĐ»Đ¸Đ˝Đ° ĐĐ˛Ń€Đ°Đ°ĐĽĐľĐ˛Đ˝Đ° Đ‘Ń‹ŃŃ‚Ń€Đ¸Ń†ĐşĐ°ŃŹ) (born on April 4, 1928) is a Ukrainian-born Russian actress best known for her role of Axinia in Sergei Gerasimov's epic screening of Mikhail Sholokhov's novel And Quiet Flows the Don (1958). Jewish by ethnicity and a native of Kiev, Bystritskaya was chosen to play Axinia by Sholokhov himself at the expense of a slew of distinguished candidates, notably Nonna Mordyukova.
Elincia Ridell Crimea Elincia Ridell Crimea is the sole survivor of the Crimean royal family in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. She spends the majority of the game traveling with Ike and the Greil Mercenaries on their quest to save Crimea.
Elinor Caplan Elinor Caplan, PC (born May 20, 1944 in Toronto, Ontario) is a retired politician and businesswoman in Ontario, Canada. She served in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1985 to 1997, and was a Member of Parliament in the Canadian House of Commons from 1997 to 2004.
Elinor Fair Elinor Fair (21 December 1903 - 26 April 1957) was an American motion picture actress born in Richmond, Virginia. She began her career with the name Eleanor Crowe, changed it to Lenore Fair, and finally settled on Elinor Fair.
Elinor Glyn Elinor Glyn (October 17, 1864 - September 23, 1943), born Elinor Sutherland on the English Channel island of Jersey. Following the death of her father, her mother returned to the parental home in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Elinor Goodman Elinor Mary Goodman (born 11 October 1946) is a UK journalist, best known as Political Editor of Channel 4 News from 1988 to 2005. She was educated at the Manor House School, a famous Independent school in Surrey, England.
Elinor James Elinor James (1644 - July 17, 1719) was a British printer and controversialist who used her own printing press to address public concerns throughout her adult life. She married Thomas James on October 27, 1662, at seventeen years of age, and Thomas James was a printer in London.
Elinor Kershaw Elinor Kershaw, also known as Nell, (19 November 1884 - 12 September 1971) was an American stage and motion-picture actress; wife of Hollywood Mogul Thomas H. Ince, and mother of actor Richard Ince and writer Thomas H.
Elinor Lipman Elinor Lipman is the author of eight novels about contemporary American society and a collection of short stories. Born and raised in Lowell, Massachusetts, Lipman graduated from Simmons College where she studied journalism.
Elinvar Elinvar is the name of a type of metallic alloy with a modulus of elasticity which does not vary with temperature; the name means elastically invariable. The first work in producing it was done by the same man who had invented invar, the alloy of nickel and iron which has a small temperature coefficient of expansion.
Elio Stefano Belisari (July 30 1961), aka Elio, is the founder of the Italian rock band Elio e le Storie Tese. He performs as the lead vocalist, but he also plays the transverse flute, and sometimes the electric guitar and the electric bass.
Elio Ciol Elio Ciol (born 1929) is an Italian photographer and publisher who was born in Casarsa della Delizia in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the region where he has principally lived and worked. His father was a photographer who kept a studio in their hometown and Elio was fascinated by the technical aspects and worked in the darkroom as a boy.
Elio Di Iorio Elio Di Iorio (born August 10, 1971) was a municipal councillor in Richmond Hill, Ontario from 2003 to 2006. He served as one of a relatively small number of elected politicians in Canada who are openly affiliated with the Green Party of Canada.
Elio Di Rupo Elio Di Rupo (born July 18, 1951) is the leader of one of the two Belgian socialist parties, the French-speaking Parti Socialiste (PS), and one of Belgium's most powerful politicians. As many politicians in Belgium, he is a freemason.
Elio e le Storie Tese Elio e le Storie Tese, often abbreviated EELST, is a popular Italian band from Milan, formed in 1980, whose music is clearly (and declaratly) inspired to the style of Frank Zappa, both in music and lyrics. Its leader is Stefano Belisari, aka Elio.
Elio ChacĂłn [ChacĂłn RodrĂguez (October 26], [[1936 - April 24, 1992) was a Major League Baseball second baseman and shortstop who played in the National League between 1960-64. He was the seventh baseball player from Venezuela to play in the majors.
Eliot Bromley-Martin Eliot George Bromley-Martin (2 October 1866 â€“ 23 January 1946) was an English cricketer: a right-handed batsman and right-arm slow bowler who played for Worcestershire County Cricket Club in the late 19th century. He was born in Callow End, Worcester, and was educated at Eton and Oxford.
Eliot Crawshay-Williams Eliot Crawshay-Williams (September 4, 1879 â€“ May 11, 1962), was a British author, officer, and Liberal Party politician. He was a Member of Parliament (MP) and parliamentary private secretary to Prime Minister Lloyd George.
Eliot House Eliot House is one of twelve residential houses for upperclassmen at Harvard University. Opened in 1931, the house was named after Charles William Eliot, who served as president of the university for forty years (1869-1909).
Eliot Lear Eliot Lear is a longtime member of the Internet Engineering Task Force and author of several Request for Comments. He is a Consulting Engineer for Cisco Systems after working for Silicon Graphics as an Internet Architect.
Eliot Rosewater Eliot Rosewater is a recurring character in the novels of American author Kurt Vonnegut. He appears throughout various novels as a volunteer fireman, an alcoholic, and a philanthropist through the Rosewater Foundation.
Eliot Tokar Eliot Tokar is a noted American practitioner of Tibetan medicine, author, and lecturer. He lives and works in New York City and has traveled throughout Asia, Europe, and North America in the course of the study and practice of this ancient system of natural healing.
Eliot V. Elliott Eliot Valens Elliott (1902 - 26 November, 1984) was a trade union leader of the Seamen's Union of Australia (SUA) from 1941 to 1978. Born in New Zealand, Elliott left school at the age of 15, briefly worked on the New Zealand railways, before becoming a merchant seaman and travelling the world.
Eliott Baronets The Baronetcy of Stobs was created by King Charles II of England on December 3 1666 as part of the Baronetage of Nova Scotia. The Baronets (Eliott) share a common early Ellot ancestry with the nearby Earls of Minto (Elliot).
Eliphalet Chapin Eliphalet Chapin (born in Massachusetts, 1741, died in East Windsor, Connecticut, 1807) was a cabinetmaker and furniture maker in East Windsor, Connecticut in the late 1700s. His style of furniture design is regarded as one of the most elegant of its time.
Eliphalet Nott Potter Eliphalet Nott Potter (1836 - 1901), was rector of the Church of the Nativity, South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in 1862-1869, was professor of ethics in Lehigh University in 1869-1871, and was president of Union College in 1871-1884, of Hobart College in 1884-1897, and of Cosmopolitan University, a correspondence school, in 1897-1901.
Eliphalet Oram Lyte Eliphalet Oram Lyte (1842 - 1913) was an American teacher and author of grammar and composition textbooks. He is credited as the composer of the tune to the popular song, Row, Row, Row Your Boat in the publication The Franklin Square Song Collection (1881, New York).
Eliphaz Eliphaz (×Ö±×śÖ´×™×¤Ö·×– / ×Ö±×śÖ´×™×¤Ö¸×– "My God is strength", Standard Hebrew Elifaz, Tiberian Hebrew ĘľÄ”lĂ®pĚ„az / ĘľÄ”lĂ®pĚ„Äz) was the first-born son of Esau by his wife Adah. He had six sons, one of whom was Amalek, born to his concubine Timna, who was the ancestral enemy of the Israelite people (Exodus 17:16; Deuteronomy 25:19).
Elipsan Elipsan (an acronym for "Eurologic Internet Protocol Storage Area Network) was a computer hardware company based in Bristol in the United Kingdom. Elipsan was established as an independent entity in March 2003 through the spin-off of the IPSAN division of Eurologic Systems Group Ltd, when this company was purchased by Adaptec.
Elipsos Elipsos is a joint venture between the French national railroad, SNCF, and the Spanish national railroad, RENFE. It was created in 2001 to handle the logistics of Trenhotel railway services between Spain and France, Switzerland, and Italy.
Elis Elis, or Eleia (Greek, Modern: Î‰Î»ÎąÎ´Î± Ilida, Ancient/Katharevousa: , also Ilis, Doric: ) is an ancient district, that corresponds with the modern Elis Prefecture. It is in southern Greece on the Peloponnesos peninsula, bounded on the north by Achaea, east by Arcadia, south by Messenia, and west by the Ionian Sea.
Elis Province Elis (Greek: Î•Ď€Î±ĎĎ‡ÎŻÎ± Î—Î»ÎµÎŻÎ±Ď‚ Eparchia Ilias) is a province covering the northern half of the Elis Prefecture. The main places includesPyrgos, Amaliada, Gastouni, Lechaina, Vartholomio, Varda, Andravida, Myrsini, Lampeia and Kyllini.
Elisa Bridges Elisa Rebecca Bridges (May 24, 1973 - February 7, 2002) was a Houston-raised American model and actress. She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for December 1994, and Playboy's Video Playmate of the Month for September 1996.
Elisa Christy Elisa Christy is a cast actress and dancer, born in Mexico City, September 1917. Elisa Christy (Elisa Crochet AsperĂł) daughter of the actress Elisa AsperĂł and the great Spanish actor Julio Villarreal (Julio Crochet).
Elisa Izquierdo Elisa Izquierdo (February 11, 1989â€“November 22, 1995) was a six-year-old girl who became a symbol of child abuse after being beaten to death by her mother Awilda Lopez, a New York City drug addict, in 1995. Her story first made city-wide and then national headlines when it became clear that New York City's Child Welfare System (now the Administration for Children's Services) missed many opportunities to intervene with her family and to save her life, thus bringing the CWA (ACS) under critical speculation.
Elisa Maza Elisa Maza is a fictional character from the Disney animated television series Gargoyles, voiced by Salli Richardson. She is the main human character of the series, the steadfast ally (and honorary member) of the Manhattan Clan of gargoyles.
Elisabet Sahtouris Elisabet Sahtouris is an Greek-American evolutionary biologist, futurist, business consultant, event organizer and UN consultant on indigenous peoples. She is a popular lecturer, television and radio personality, author of EarthDance, Biology Revisioned co-authored with Willis Harman and A Walk Through Time: From Stardust To Us.
Elisabeta Lipa Elisabeta Lipa (born October 26, 1964 in Siret) is a retired rower from Romania, who was born under the name of Elisabeta Oleniuc. She is the most decorated rower in the history of the Olympics, winning five golds, two silvers and one bronze.
Elisabeta Rizea Elisabeta Rizea (1912-6 October 2003) was a Romanian anti-communist partisan in the FÄgÄraĹź Mountains of Northern Wallachia. After the Romanian Revolution of 1989, she became the symbol of anti-communist resistance.
Elisabeth Andreassen Elisabeth Gunilla Andreassen (born March 28, 1958 in Gothenburg, Sweden by Norwegian parents) - also known as just "Bettan" - is a Swedish-Norwegian singer. She sings many musical genres, as country music, schlager and musicals.
Elisabeth Arnold Elisabeth Arnold (born 1959 in Ottawa) was an Ottawa City Councillor who represented Dalhousie Ward (1994 through 2000) on the pre-amalgamation Ottawa City Council and Somerset Ward (from 2000 to 2003) on the new amalgamated city council. One of her accomplishments on council was spearheading the rebuilding of the Plant Recreation Centre graduated from Lisgar Collegiate Institute] and earned Bachelor's Degree in Geography from [[Simon Fraser University and a Master's in Urban Planning from Queen's University.
Elisabeth Blochmann Elisabeth Blochmann (April 14, 1892 in Apolda, Germany â€“ 27 January, 1972 in Marburg, Germany) was an eminent scholar of education, as well as of philosophy, and a pioneer in and researcher of women's education in Germany.
Elisabeth Bykova Elisabeth Bykova (or Elisabeth Bikova or Elisaveta Ivanovna Bykova, Russian: Đ•Đ»Đ¸Đ·Đ°Đ˛ĐµŃ‚Đ° ĐĐ˛Đ°Đ˝ĐľĐ˛Đ˝Đ° Đ‘Ń‹ĐşĐľĐ˛Đ°; born November 4, 1913 in Bogolyubovo, Russia - March 8, 1989 in Moscow) was a Soviet chess player and the third and fifth Women's World Chess Champion, from 1953 until 1956, and again from 1958 to 1962. She defeated the reigning champion Lyudmila Rudenko in a Candidates tournament in Moscow, winning with seven wins, five losses, and two draws.
Elisabeth Cummings Elisabeth Cummings born in 1934 in Brisbane, is now one of Australia's most respected living artists and was listed in Australian Art Collector in 2002 as one of the 50 most collectable. She has won the Fleurieu Art Prize, The Portia Geach Portrait Prize, The Mosman Prize, and The Tattersalls Art Prize amongst others,and is represented in many private and public collections including Artbank, The Queensland Art Gallery, The Gold Coast City Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Elisabeth de Vaudey Elisabeth le Michaud d'Arcon de Vaudey (1773-1833) was famous for her affair with Napoleon Bonaparte, which was a cause of a violent scene between the Emperor and and his wife JosĂ©phine shortly before their coronation. Elisabeth de Vaudey was a member of the lower nobility, described by her contemporaries as "a very pretty woman, spiritual, a musician, with a nice voice, well educated, but also very much an intriguer.
Elisabeth Eaves Elisabeth Eaves (born 1971 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is author of Bare: On Women, Dancing, Sex, and Power (Knopf 2002, ISBN 0-375-41233-6), a non-fiction book about stripping. She worked as a stripper in the Lusty Lady peep show in Seattle, an establishment that had considered (and ultimately rejected) unionization for its workers.
Elisabeth Elliot Elisabeth Elliot (born December 21, 1926) is a missionary who spent some years among the Huaorani people in Ecuador and is a well-known Christian author and speaker. Her first husband, Jim Elliot, was one of five men who made initial contact with the Huaorani on January 6, 1956.
Elisabeth Eybers Elisabeth FranĂ§oise Eybers (born 16 February 1915 in Klerksdorp, Transvaal) is a South African poet. Her poetry is mainly in Afrikaans, although she has translated some of her own work (and those of others) into English.
Elisabeth FĂ¶rster-Nietzsche Therese Elisabeth Alexandra FĂ¶rster-Nietzsche (July 10, 1846â€“November 8, 1935), who went by her second name, was the sister of philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and the creator of the Nietzsche Archive in 1894.
Elisabeth Flickenschildt Elisabeth Ida Marie Flickenschildt, born 16 March 1905, Blankenese, Hamburg, died 26 October 1977 Stade, was a German actress, producer and author. She appeared in dozens of German language films and television productions from 1935-1976.
Elisabeth Gehrer Elisabeth Gehrer (born May 11, 1942) is a Conservative Austrian politician. From 1995 until January 2007 Gehrer was Federal Minister of Education, Science and Culture, at first in grand coalition governments headed by Franz Vranitzky and Viktor Klima (both SPĂ–), and, since 2000, in Wolfgang SchĂĽssel's coalition government.
Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-LĂĽneburg Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-LĂĽneburg (1746-1840) was the seventh child and third daughter of Charles I, Duke of Brunswick-LĂĽneburg and Philippine Charlotte of Prussia. Her maternal grandparents were Frederick William I of Prussia and Sophia Dorothea of Hanover.
Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-WolfenbĂĽttel Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-WolfenbĂĽttel (born August 28 1691 in Brunswick, died December 21 1750 in Vienna) was princess of Brunswick-WolfenbĂĽttel and Holy Roman Empress by her marriage to Charles VI. She was the mother of Empress Maria Theresa.
Elisabeth II of Bohemia Empress and Queen Elisabeth (1409 â€“ 25 December 1442) was the only daughter of Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor, king of Bohemia and Hungary, by his second wife Barbara of Celje. Her father was the last Luxemburg on the Imperial Throne.
Elisabeth Irwin Elisabeth Antoinette Irwin (29 August, 1880, Brooklyn, New York - 16 October, 1942, Manhattan) was the founder of the Little Red School House. She was an educator, psychologist, reformer, and declared lesbian, living with her life partner Katharine Anthony and the two children they adopted.
Elisabeth JordĂˇn Elisabeth JordĂˇn (born 1983-08-26 Cartagena, Spain) started her professional career on the television program Popstars, todo por un sueĂ±o, the Spanish version of Popstars. She won, after never having been nominated for exclusion, and joined the band Bellepop.
Elisabeth Leseur Servant of God Elisabeth Leseur (October 16 1866â€“May 3 1914), who is best known for her spiritual diary, was born Pauline Elisabeth Arrighi in Paris to a wealthy bourgeois French family of Corsican descent. In 1887 she met FĂ©lix Leseur (1861â€“1950), a journalist who was also from an affluent, observant Catholic family.
Elisabeth Lloyd Elisabeth Anne Lloyd (born 3 September 1956, Morristown, New Jersey, USA) is philosopher of biology. She currently holds the Arnold and Maxine Tanis Chair of History and Philosophy of Science and is also Professor of Biology, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at Indiana University, Affiliated Faculty Scholar at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction and Adjunct Faculty at the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior.
Elisabeth Mann-Borgese Elisabeth Mann-Borgese (April 24 1918 - February 8 2002) was the youngest daughter of Thomas Mann and his wife Katia Pringsheim, sister to Klaus, Erika, Golo, and Michael Mann, and niece of the novelist Heinrich Mann. She was born in Munich, Germany and died in St.
Elisabeth Maragall Elisabeth ("Eli") Maragall Verge (born November 25, 1970 in Barcelona, Catalonia) is a former field hockey player from Spain, who was a member of the Women's National Team that surprisingly won the golden medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics on home soil (Barcelona).
Elisabeth McCarran Elisabeth McCarran (born 15 January 1978) is a British musician. A vocalist and prolific pianist and song-writer, McCarran founded Irish traditional music group Draioicht na hOiche with Desmond FitzMaurice, and was one of the main song writers since their debut album LĂşthien TinĂşviel.
Elisabeth Meyer Elisabeth Meyer (1899 â€“ 1968) was a Norwegian photographer who is best known for her photojournastic work from travels through Iran and India in the 1920s and 1930s, among them early photographs of Mahatma Gandhi. According to unverified sources, she may have been the first Western woman to travel through Iran.
Elisabeth Moss Elisabeth Moss (born October 15, 1983) is an American actress best known for her portrayal of first daughter Zoey Bartlet on the television serial drama The West Wing. She has the role of Christina on the television serial drama Invasion.
Elisabeth Murdoch (businesswoman) Elisabeth Murdoch (born in Sydney, Australia on August 22 1968) is a business executive known for shrewd deal-making in the British television industry, and a daughter of international media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Elisabeth Murdoch College Elisabeth Murdoch College (formally Langwarrin secondry college) is a government run state high school in the Langwarrin located in the South East suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The school hosts secondary levels from year 7 to 12 and also boasts a number of courses including:
Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann (born December 19, 1916) is a German political scientist. Her most famous contribution is the model of the spiral of silence, detailed in The Spiral of Silence : Public Opinion - Our Social Skin.
Elisabeth of Austria (1526-1545) Elisabeth of Austria (July 9, 1526 - June 15, 1545) was the eldest daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. On May 5, 1543 she was married to King Sigismund II Augustus of Poland and Lithuania, who was her paternal first cousin.
Elisabeth of Austria (d. 1505) Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria (1435/36/possibly 1437 â€“ 30 August 1505), (in Polish ElĹĽbieta Rakuszanka, Hungarian: ErzsĂ©bet), was a Polish-Lithuanian queen. In Polish, she is known as ElĹĽbieta Rakuszanka and ElĹĽbieta Austriaczka, both names meaning Elisabeth of Austria, or ElĹĽbieta HabsburĹĽanka, meaning Elisabeth of Habsburg.
Elisabeth of Bavaria Elisabeth Amalie Eugenie, Duchess in Bavaria (December 24, 1837 â€“ September 10, 1898), of the House of Wittelsbach, was the Empress consort of Austria and Queen consort of Hungary due to her marriage to Emperor Franz Joseph. Her father was Maximilian Joseph, Duke in Bavaria, and her mother was Ludovika, Royal Princess of Bavaria; her family home was Castle Possenhofen.
Elisabeth of Bavaria (1876-1965) Elisabeth, Queen of Belgium (born Duchess Elisabeth Gabriele ValĂ©rie Marie in Bavaria) (July 25, 1876 â€“ November 23, 1965), was the queen consort of Albert I of Belgium and was the mother of Leopold III of Belgium.
Elisabeth of Bohemia, Princess Palatine Elisabeth von der Pfalz or Elisabeth of Bohemia or Princess Palatine (1617 or 1618-1680), Protestant Abbess of Herford, was the eldest daughter of Frederick V and Elizabeth Stuart, who were briefly elected King and Queen of Bohemia. She is well-known for having established a philosophical correspondence with RenĂ© Descartes that lasted for seven years until his death in 1650.
Elisabeth of Parma Elizabeth Farnese (October 22, 1692 â€“ July 11, 1766), Queen consort of Spain, also known as Isabel de Farnesio or Isabella Farnese, was the only daughter of Odoardo II Farnese. Her paternal grandparents were Ranuccio II Farnese, Duke of Parma and Isabella of Modena.
Elisabeth of Pilica Elisabeth of Pilica (1372-1420) was Queen consort of Poland and Grand Duchess of Lithuania (1417-1420) as the third wife of Jogaila (or WĹ‚adysĹ‚aw II JagieĹ‚Ĺ‚o) who was Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland, reigning 1387 to 1434.
Elisabeth of Romania Queen Elisabeth of Greece nĂ©e Princess Elisabeth of Romania (12 October, 1894 - 14 November, 1956) was the Queen Consort of King George II of Greece. She was the daughter of King Ferdinand I of Romania and his wife, Queen Marie.
Elisabeth of Wied Elizabeth of Wied (December 29, 1843 - November 2, 1916) was the Queen Consort of King Carol I of Romania, widely known by her literary name of Carmen Sylva. She was the daughter of German Prince Hermann of Wied and his wife Marie of Nassau-Weilburg.
Elisabeth Radziwill Elisabeth or Elisa Radziwill Elisa Friederike Luise Martha (28 October, 1803, Berlin - 27 August, 1834, Bad Freienwalde) was a member of Polish high nobility of royal ancestry who was the desired bride of the Prince who later became Wilhelm I, German Emperor.
Elisabeth Rehn MĂ¤rta Elisabeth Rehn (born April 6 1935 in Helsinki, Finland) is a former MP of the Swedish People's Party and the first woman as the Minister of Defence in Finland. In the 1994 presidential elections she was narrowly defeated by Martti Ahtisaari.
Elisabeth Rethberg The German soprano Elisabeth Rethberg (22 September 1894 â€“ 6 June 1976) was a famous opera singer active from the early 1920s to the mid 1940s. She was greatly admired for her pure tone and fine musical intelligence.
Elisabeth Richeza of Poland Elisabeth Richenza of Poland (; ) (1 September 1286 â€“ 18 October 1335) was a daughter and the only surviving child of Przemysl II of Poland (originally prince of Greater Poland and Poznan) and his second wife Richenza of Sweden, herself a daughter of Valdemar I of Sweden and Sofia of Denmark.
Elisabeth Rivers-Bulkeley Elisabeth Charlotte Marie Rivers-Bulkeley (30 April 1924 - 19 December 2006) was a stock broker. She was one of the first women to become a member of the London Stock Exchange, elected alongside ten other women on 26 March 1973.