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Anne Seymour Damer (1748—1828) sculptor and author

Au Bonheur des Dames

Basilica of Notre Dame de Paix

Carruthers, Dame

Catherine Caillot Lintot, dame de (b. c. 1728)

Congrégation de Notre-Dame


Dame Adelaide Baillieu Doughty (1908—1986) politician

Dame Adelaide Lord Livingstone (c. 1881—1970) peace campaigner

Dame Adelaide Mary Anderson (1863—1936) civil servant

Dame Agnes Elizabeth Weston (1840—1918) philanthropist and temperance activist

Dame Agnes Gwendoline Hunt (1866—1948) worker with physically disabled people

Dame Agnes Jekyll (1861—1937) philanthropist and political hostess

Dame Albertine Louisa Winner (1907—1988) physician and medical administrator

Dame Alexandra Hasluck (1908—1993)

Dame Alicia Frances Jane Lloyd Still (1869—1944) nurse

Dame Alicia Markova (1910—2004) ballet dancer

Dame Alix Hester Marie Meynell (1903—1999) civil servant

Dame Anne Elisabeth Mueller (1930—2000) civil servant

Dame Anne Laura Dorinthea McLaren (1927—2007) geneticist

Dame Anne Loughlin (1894—1979) trade unionist

Dame Anne Margaret Bryans (1909—2004) charity worker and hospital governor

Dame Annis Calder Gillie (1900—1985) general practitioner and medical politician

Dame Barbara Estelle Shenfield (1919—2004) social scientist and voluntary worker

Dame Barbara Salt (1904—1975) diplomatist

Dame Beatrice Annie Godwin (1897—1992) trade unionist

Dame Beatrix Margaret Lyall (1873—1948) social worker and local politician

Dame Bertha Surtees Newall (1877—1932) educationist and Scandinavian scholar

Dame Beryl Bainbridge (1934—2010) English novelist


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Female character in the English pantomime, traditionally played by an actor, sometimes one recruited from the music-halls such as Dan Leno or George Robey. Among the familia: Dame parts are ...

Subjects: Theatre.

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