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  1. View the profiles of people named Elizabeth Holland. Join Facebook to connect with Elizabeth Holland and others you may know. Facebook gives people the...

  2. Elizabeth Holland (died 1547/8), commonly known as Bess Holland, was the mistress of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk and maid-of-honour to his niece, Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Henry VIII of England.

  3. Learn about the friendship between Emily Dickinson and Elizabeth Holland, a married woman who shared her home and interests with the poet in Amherst. The letters reveal the details of their daily life, their mutual love of plants and sweets, and their occasional visits and advice.

  4. Elisabeth Holland is an American climate scientist who focuses on how the carbon and nitrogen cycles interact with earth systems. She has become a key player in the international climate debate. She is currently a professor of climate change at the University of the South Pacific.

    • Colorado State University
    • Biogeochemistry and Climate Studies
    • 2003, NCAR Leadership Academy, 2005, Leopold Fellow, 2007, Women of Achievement Award by the Zonta Foothills Club of Boulder County, 2007, Shared the Nobel Peace Prize; Lead author of the IPCC assessment, 2010, NCAR Faculty Fellowship
    • Climate Change Research and Outreach
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    Elizabeth Holland and her best friend Penelope Hayes rule Manhattan's social scene. But when Elizabeth learns her family's status is far from secure, suddenly everyone is a threat to a golden future. Elizabeth is forced into an engagement to Henry Shoonmaker, a man she barely knows, with a terrible reputation as a ladies man, who ...

  6. 18 de ago. de 2017 · “Mrs. Hillis” is listed as one of Anne Boleyn’s ladies in January 1534 and it is tempting to think that this may have been Elizabeth Isley. After the death of her first husband, Elizabeth remarried in 1540 to Sir John Mason who served in a number of civic posts, including ambassador to the court at Brussels under Mary Tudor.