Definitions for "Catherine"
Keywords:  wife, sirrus, yeesha, achenar, kathrihn
first wife of Henry VIII; Henry's divorce from her was the initial step of the Reformation in England (1485-1536)
Catherine (D'ni transliteration: Kathrihn / Kæþrin, taken from the Rivenese name Katran) is a Rivenese woman who became the wife of Atrus and the mother of Achenar, Sirrus, and Yeesha.
Catherine was a Quebec sitcom that aired on Radio-Canada from 1999 to 2003. It tells the story of Catherine (Sylvie Moreau), a sexy, epicurean, man-crazy Montrealer in her thirties working at the advertising agency Mirage-Image, as well as the story of her best friend and orderly flatmate Sophie (Marie-Hélène Thibault), her despotic landlord Rachel (Dominique Michel), her ex-boyfriend Pierre (Charles Lafortune) and other friends and co-workers.
Catherine: A Story was the first full-length work of fiction produced by William Makepeace Thackeray. It first appeared in serialized installments in Fraser's Magazine between May of 1839 and February 1840. Thackeray's original intention in writing it was to criticize the Newgate school of crime fiction, exemplified by Bulwer-Lytton and Harrison Ainsworth, whose works Thackeray felt glorified criminals.
Catherine was the Luxembourgish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1969, performed in French by Romuald (who had previously represented Monaco and would represent that country again).
a Melbourne urban planner with specialist skills in ecologically sustainable development and works as a transport campaigner with Environment Victoria
Empress of Russia who greatly increased the territory of the empire (1729-1796)