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Isabella, Queen Isabella, Isabella I, Isabella the Catholicnoun
the queen of Castile whose marriage to Ferdinand of Aragon in 1469 marked the beginning of the modern state of Spain; they instituted the Spanish Inquisition in 1478 and sponsored the voyages of Christopher Columbus in 1492 (1451-1504)
A female given name from Hebrew.
Etymology: Latinate and Italian form of Isabel.
alt. of Isabella color
"Isabella" is the twelfth episode of the HBO original series The Sopranos. It was written by Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, directed by Allen Coulter and originally aired on March 28, 1999.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
queen of Castile; her marriage with Ferdinand of Aragon led to the union under one sceptre of the crowns of Aragon and Castile, which was followed 10 years after by their united occupancy of the throne of all Spain; she was an able woman, and associated with her husband in every affair of State (1451-1504). See Ferdinand V.
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A Spanish queen who vowed she would not change her clothes until the Moors were driven from the country. Her husband, the king, raised an army and accomplished the feat. I.'s name is sometimes connected with the discovery of America. This, however, is an error, as Columbus took a more active part.
The numerical value of Isabella in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Isabella in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Obviously, you want her back safe, but overseas is overseas and that’s what the focus of this campaign also is — to (show) how much women have to go through and not having the choice to stay home. All of us play overseas, and I think understanding that we have great marketing and great talent here in the states and understand that we should be here and be able to play here. So that’s the focus as well. You get better at your craft. BRITTNEY GRINER ARREST IN MIDST OF RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR 'KIND OF A PERFECT STORM,' SPORTS ATTORNEY SAYS WNBA star Jewell Loyd, middle, launched The Future of Basketball is Female campaign. Juju Watkins, far left, Hailey Van Lith, left of Loyd, Isabella 'Jiggy Izzy' Escribano, right of Loyd, and Jamad Fiin joined her. (Future of Basketball is female Campaign).
Sheriff Main is a great person and an asset to Isabella County, he is human and he made a mistake. He takes full responsibility for the incident. I’m extremely proud of the student who brought it to the attention of a staff member.
(Isabella's) family contacted me because she was having her 100th birthday. This woman was very loved by the whole family. She had escaped from Austria during the war because she was Jewish, and she went to live in New York. Every year, she would go back ... to Austria and help someone come to the U.S. She was a great inspiration to her whole family.
Having the masks available... really made a huge difference in my being able to communicate in the delivery room. There would have been so much that I missed out on, that, as a teenager, this is what [ Isabella ] chose to focus on -- to facilitate our need for access and help the deaf community be able to communicate in this time -- I'm so grateful that her interest in this area led her to do this.
That, as a teenager, this is what [ Isabella ] chose to focus on -- to facilitate our need for access and help the deaf community be able to communicate in this time -- I'm so grateful that her interest in this area led her to do this.
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