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Caliban, Prospero and Miranda (Shakespeare's Tempest)

Miranda (Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 1, Scene 2)

Ferdinand and Miranda (Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 3, Scene 1)

The Tempest, Act I: Ferdinand and Miranda

The Enchanted Island Before the Cell of Prospero - Prospero, Miranda, Caliban and Ariel (Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 1, Scene 2)

The Enchanted Island, Before the Cell of Prospero - Prospero and Miranda (Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 1, Scene 1)

Mechanics of New York, read the heart-rending truth! Sixty American citizens enslaved --- Ten beheaded and hung by the nefarious scheme of Miranda, the would-be King of America, the Duke of Braintree, a Burrite Col. and a Nova Scotia Tory, F****

Miranda (Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act 1, Scene 1)

[Plano de una parte de los partidos judiciales de Briviesca, Miranda de Ebro (Burgos) y Haro (Logroño)]

Costume de Melle. Duvernay, rôle de Miranda, dans La tentation.

Costume de Melle. Duvernay, rôle de Miranda, dans La tentation, acte IV.

people from "Miranda; or, the Heiress of the Grange. A romance. By the author of “Ada the Betrayed” [i.e. James M. Rymer], etc"

Miranda

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Miranda, C - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Miranda, [Blank] - State: Texas - Year: 1863

Miranda

Rexroede, Miranda H - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Tenth Infantry - West Virginia

Dr. Ramon, L. Miranda, Gonzalo de Quesada, Dr. Gustavo Govin, and Prof. F.E. Fonseca

Countess de Casa Miranda

Lalla Miranda

Group of children from Canneries in School #3, Buffalo, N.Y. 1) Carlo Ciaravina, 124 State St., 8 years old. Worked on beans and corn in sheds at Albion, N.Y. Entered school December 5th. 2) Mike Miranda, 8 years old last summer. Stringing beans in the home at Forsetville. Entered school September 7th. 3) Louis Belilta, 61 Water St., 12 years old last summer. Worked part of the time snipping beans in the sheds at Collins, N.Y. 4) Rose Moreibella, 41 Peacock St., 11 years old last summer. Stringing beans part of the time in the sheds at North Collins and Cherry Creek, N.Y. 5) Josephine Favata, 62 Main St., 10 years old last summer. Said that when little sister slept, she husked corn and string beans in the big shed at Albion, N.Y. 6) Magaline Tutarchi, 62 Main St., 8 years old last summer. Stringing beans and shelling peas sometimes in the sheds at Mr. Morris, N.Y. 7) Bombe Regis, 69 Water St., 9 years old last summer. Stringing beans in the sheds. Entered school in September. 8) Rosa Guglinzza, Room 10, 62 Main Street, 10 years old last summer. Worked on berries, corn and beans in the sheds at Cherry Creek. Location: Buffalo, New York (State)

Admiral Miranda, Spain

Hitler's helpmates. Adolf has only the most complimentary things to say about Mrs. Miranda Glucose. She has simply captivated him with her Axis-crable behavior. When the possibility of sugar rationing was first mentioned, this far-sighted lady bought up enough sugar to feed twenty-five American families for the next six years. And now that the rationing order has been put into effect, she is deliberately breaking the law by not telling the government about the secret stores. Happy diabetes, Miranda

Washington, D.C. International student assembly. Elise De Miranda, student at Catholic University, delegate from Netherlands Guiana

Llano, near Penasco, New Mexico. The graveyard behind the church of Penitente Miranda

Taos, New Mexico. The Church of the Penitente Miranda

Taos, New Mexico. The Church of the Penitente Miranda

Taos, New Mexico. The churchyard of the Penitente Miranda

[Eladio Miranda] [Material gráfico]: [(director de emisoras)]

CHIEF Hospital Corpsman Ray Miranda writes a prescription while Dr. Robert Frenk examines a local villager. They are part of a combined US/Honduran civic action team that is providing medical and dental treatment to eight communities in northeastern Honduras

Miranda as seen by Voyager 2

Range : 147,000 km. ( 91,000 mi. ) Resolution : 2.7 km. ( 1.7 mi. ) P-29524C this Voyager 2 color image of the Uranian satellite, Miranda is a composite of three shots taken through green, violet, and ultraviolet filters from the narrow angle camera. It is the best color image of Miranda returned to date. Miranda, just 480 km. (300 mi.) across, is the smallest of Uranus' five major satellites. Miranda's regional geologic provinces show very well in this view of the southern hemisphere. The dark and bright banded region, with its curvilinear traces, covers about half of the image. Higher resolution pictures taken later show many fault lines valleys and ridges parallel to these bands. Near the terminator (at right), another system of ridges and valleys abuts the banded terrain, while many impact craters pockmark the surface in this region. The largest of these are about 30 km. (20 mi.) in diameter. Many more lie in the range of 5 to 10 km. (3 to 6 mi.) in diameter ARC-1986-AC86-7040

P-29514 BW Miranda reveals a complex geologic history in this view acquired by Voyager 2 around its closest approach to the Uranian moon. At least three terrain types of different age and geologic style are evident at this resolution of about 700 meters (2,300 feet). Visible in this clear-filter, narrow-angle image are from left: 1) an apparently ancient, cratered terrain consisting of rolling, subdued hills and degraded medium-sized craters; 2) a grooved terrain with linear valleys and ridges developed at the expense of, or replacing, the first terrain type; and 3) a complex terrain seen along the terminator, in which intersecting curvillinear ridges and troughs are abrubtly truncated by the linear, grooved terrain. Voyager scientists believe this third terrain type is intermediate in age between the first two. ARC-1986-A86-7030

Range : 74 million km. ( 46 million miles ) P-29313CThis Voyager photograph of Uranus is a composite of for images taken by the narrow angle camera. At this range, clouds and other features in the atmosphere as small as 1,370 km. could be detected by Voyager 2. Yet, no such features are visible. This view is toward the illuminated south pole of Uranus. The predominant blue color is the result of atmospheric methane, which absorbs the red wavelengths from incoming sunlight. The spot at the upper left edge of the planet's disk reulted from the removal of a reseau mark used in making measurments on the photograph. Three of Uranus' five known satellites are visible; Miranda ( at far right, closest to the planet ), Ariel ( next out , at top), and Umbriel ( lower left ). Titania and Oberon are now outside the narrow angle camera's field of view when it centered on the planet. This color composite was made from images taken through blue, green, orange, and clear filters. ARC-1986-AC86-7000

Miranda Icy Face

P-29510BW Range: 150,000 kilometers (90,000 miles) Nearly the full disk of Miranda can be seen in this clear-filter image taken by Voyager's narrow-angle camera. At this resolution, about 2.7 km (1.7 mi), only two distinct terrain types are visible. One is a bright, rugged, heavily-cratered region seen along the bottom of the disk and extending to the top in a narrow band. The second terrain type is a topographically lower, darker, grooved terrain along the two upper sides in this image. The dark areas had been visible for several days before closest approach in lower-resolution views of the satellite. Scarps, or cliffs, visible along the limbs have a rugged relief of several kilometers in height. ARC-1986-A86-7026

P-29515 BW Range: 42,000 kilometers (26,000 miles) This image of Miranda, obtained by Voyager 2 on approach, shows an unusual 'chevron' figure and regions of distinctly differing terrain on the Uranian moon. Grooved areas baring light and dark bands, distinct from other areas of mottled terrain, are visible at this resolution of about 600 meters (2,000 feet). The bright V-shaped feature in the grooved areas is the 'cheron' observed in earlier, lower-resolution images. Cutting across the bands are sinuous scarps, probably faults. Superimposed on both types of terrain are many bowl-shaped impact craters less than 5 km (3 mi) wide. The entire picture spans an area about 220 km (140 mi) across. ARC-1986-A86-7031

P-29512 BW Range: 36,000 kilometers (22,000 miles) Miranda, innermost of Uranus' large satellites, is seen at close range as part of a Voyager 2 high-resolution mosaicking sequence. This clear-filter, narrow-angle image shows an area about 250 km (150 mi) across, at a resolution of about 800 meters (2,600 feet). Two distinct terrain types are visible; a rugged, higher-elevation terrain (right) and a lower, striated terrain. Numerous craters on the rugged, higher terain indicate that it is older than the lower terrain. Several scarps, probably faults, cut the different terrains. The impact crater in the lower part of this image is about 25 km (15 mi) across. ARC-1986-A86-7028

P-29513 BW Range: 31,000 kilometers (19,000 miles) This Voyager 2 image of Miranda was taken shortly before the spacecraft's closet approach to the Uranian moon.The high resolution of 600 meters (2,000 feet) reveals a bewildering variety of fractures, grooves and craters, as well as features of different albedos (reflectances). This clear-filter, narrow-angle view encompasses areas of older, heavily cratered terrain with a wide variety of forms. The grooves and troughs reach depths of a few kilometers and expose materials of different albedos. The great variety of directions of fracture and troughs, and the different densities of impact craters on them, signify a long, complex geologic evolution of this satellite. ARC-1986-A86-7029

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Paul Zahler primes a pump as Sergeant (SGT) Hector Miranda holds a hose in the water during the water purification system set-up portion of Exercise READINESS CHALLENGE 87

Builder 2nd Class (BU2) Joseph Pitluck and Engineering Aid 1ST Class (EA1) Martin Miranda guard the single access road leading to the main camp of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 4 during the battalion's annual 20-day combat field exercise

Miranda Remedios, an instructor at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, helps AIRMAN First Class (A1C) James Ray with his studies. The center provides language training for military personnel from every branch of the service and prepares them for operational linguistic assignments throughout the world

Lance Corporal Futo salutes as his fellow Marines, Lance Corporal Braddy and Lance Corporal Miranda, hoist the flag aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67) at the beginning of FLEET EX-1-90. An F-14A Tomcat aircraft is in the background

Aviation Boatswain's Mate 3rd Class Herman Miranda monitors the control panel for a Mark 7 jet blast deflector which is being tested on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN-72)

Navy divers CHIEF Quartermaster Terry Miranda and Hull Maintenance Technician 2nd Class Bob Bekesz tread water near the guided missile cruiser USS STERETT (CG-31)

Colonel Montie T.S. Hess, Fort Buchanan Commander, passes during change of command ceremonies to have an informal talk with the Mayor of San Juan, the Honorable Hector Luis Acevedo and the Puerto Rico Adjutant General, Major General Miranda Marin

Miranda - Chevron Grooves

Miranda Fractures, Grooves and Craters

Miranda Geologic History Variety of Terrain

Miranda High Resolution of Large Fault

Miranda - High Resolution Mosaic

During a break in the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), Payload Specialist John H. Glenn Jr.(left), a senator from Ohio, greets Bobby Miranda. Miranda was a NASA photographer for Glenn's first flight on Friendship 7, February 1962. In the background is Mission Specialist Scott E. Parazynski. The CEIT gives astronauts an opportunity for a hands-on look at the payloads and equipment with which they will be working on orbit. The launch of the STS-95 mission is scheduled for Oct. 29, 1998, on the Space Shuttle Discovery. The mission includes research payloads such as the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, as well as the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process KSC-98pc1024

During a break in the Crew Equipment Interface Test (CEIT), Payload Specialist John H. Glenn Jr., a senator from Ohio, greets Bobby Miranda. Miranda was a NASA photographer for Glenn's first flight on Friendship 7, February 1962. The CEIT gives astronauts an opportunity for a hands-on look at the payloads and equipment with which they will be working on orbit. The launch of the STS-95 mission is scheduled for Oct. 29, 1998, on the Space Shuttle Discovery. The mission includes research payloads such as the Spartan solar-observing deployable spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope Orbital Systems Test Platform, the International Extreme Ultraviolet Hitchhiker, as well as the SPACEHAB single module with experiments on space flight and the aging process KSC-98pc1021

South Polar View of Miranda

Uranus Innermost Satellite Miranda

Uranus Satellite - Miranda

Uranus - Family Portrait

Miranda

Miranda

Miranda - Highest Resolution Color Picture

US Air Force MASTER Sergeant Angel Miranda, jr., United States Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, applies roof shingles to a house at Grant Park. Members from MacDill AFB participated in the Habitat For Humanity worldwide 1 week- 10,000 houses- mission possible home building project

(from left to right) US Navy Mess SPECIALIST Third Class Miranda Graham, US Navy Aviation Ordnanceman Third Class Jose Vega and US Navy Aviation Ordnanceman Third Class Carlos Limon browse a vendor stand on the forward mess decks of USS HARRY S. TRUMAN (CVN 75), which is selling goods from the Navy Exchange to the crew while on deployment. (SUBSTANDARD)

SPECIALIST (SPC) Ricardo Miranda, US Army (USA), 10th Mountain Division (Light), answers media questions at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center regarding wounds he suffered in fierce fighting in eastern Afghanistan

Sergeant (SGT) Robert John McCleave, US Army (USA), SPECIALIST (SPC) Wayne Stanton, USA, and SPC Ricardo Miranda, USA, members of the 10th Mountain Division (Light), answer media questions at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center regarding their wounds suffered in fierce fighting in eastern Afghanistan

US Air Force (USAF) Junior Reserve Officer Training Candidate (ROTC) Cadet, Jessica Miranda, Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge (NCOIC) of Delta flight, saluted during a Civil Air Patrol and Junior ROTC parade held at Hardin Field, Kirkland Air Force Base (AFB), New Mexico (NM). Cadet Miranda is a student at Mayfield High School, Las Cruces, NM

US Army (USA) SPECIALIST Fourth Class (SPC) Miranda Gabbard, Administrator, 494th Military Police (MP) Detachment (DET), hands out football pennants during Operation TOUCHDOWN in Baghdad, under Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The 800th Military Police (MP) Brigade (BDE) and the Coalition Provisional Authority office of the Ministry of Justice organized the all-day American football skills clinic in coordination with the Iraqi Ministry of Youth and Sport

US Air Force (USAF) Technical Sergeant (TSGT) Jimmy Warner (left) and AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Julian Miranda, 332nd Civil Engineer Squadron (CES), inspect a theodolite laser range finder (transit machine) they are using to sight tent floors for the correct alignment at Silver City to set up extra tents to accommodate the continuous flow of USAF personnel reporting for temporary duty (TDY) assignment at Balad Air Base (AB), Iraq (IRQ), during Operation IRAQI FREEDOM

US Air Force (USAF) AIRMAN First Class (A1C) Miranda Mikkelson, Aircraft Structural Maintenance Apprentice, 100th Maintenance Squadron (MXS), RAF (Royal Air Force) Mildenhall, United Kingdom (UK), slices sheets of aluminum on a square sheer as part of a weekly training session. This is most commonly used for aircraft patch repair on all types of aircraft around Mildenhall

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) David Miranda, a Dedicated Crew CHIEF on the MQ-1L Predator Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), inspects an engine during a Preventative Maintenance Inspection (PMI). Miranda is assigned to the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron (ERS) at Balad Air Base (AB), Iraq (IRQ)

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) David Miranda, a Dedicated Crew CHIEF on a MQ-1L Predator Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), inspects the angle of an attached instrument on its engine during a Preventative Maintenance Inspection (PMI). Miranda is assigned to the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron (ERS) at Balad Air Base (AB), Iraq (IRQ)

U.S. Air Force STAFF SGT. Miranda Scarbough (left), of the 7th Logistics Readiness Squadron, gets the weight of SENIOR AIRMAN Justin Jetton (right), of the 7th Civil Engineering Squadron, at the Deployment Control Center during Phase 1 of an Operational Readiness Exercise at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, on Feb. 4, 2005. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by SENIOR AIRMAN Robert Morris) (Released)

U.S. Air Force Airmen and U.S. Army Soldiers, deployed at Uzbekistan, sit down for a meal with Uzbeks during a humanitarian visit at the Russian Orthodox Church, at Karshi, Uzbekistan, on April 3, 2005. They group bought food, clothing, shoes, toys and other donat items for the church. (U.S. Air Force PHOTO by STAFF SGT. Brandon Miranda) (Released)

US Army (USA) USA Private Corey Martzall (left) assigned to C Company, 328th Medical Battalion, prepares to draw blood from USA Sergeant (SGT) Miranda Flansburg of Headquarter and Headquarters Company (H&HC), 141st Support Battalion at the Troop Medical Clinic located at England Air Force Base (AFB), Louisiana (LA). (A3530)

US Navy (USN) Fire Controlman Third Class (FC3) Daniel Schrade (left) and GUNNER's Mate Third Class (GM3) Miranda Marable, assigned to Combat Systems Firearm Department aboard the USN Amphibious Command Ship USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC 19), fire a shot line during an underway replenishment with the Military Sealift Command (MSC) Oiler Henry J. Kaiser Class USNS WALTER S. DIEHL (T-AO 193)

US Navy (USN) Boatswain's Mate Second Class (BN2) Angelo Miranda, assist in mooring operations as the USN Los Angeles Class Attack Submarine, USS TUCSON (SSN 770) arrives at Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan

U.S. Army SGT. 1ST Class Valles (right), 166th Regional Support Group (RSG), presents flowers to Ida Miranda, the mother of COL. Fernando Fernandez, incoming Commander, 166th RSG, on the parade field on Jan. 21, 2007, at Fort Buchanan, P.R., during the 166th RSG Assumption of Command Ceremony. (U.S. Army photo by Joseph Bonet) (Released)

SGT. Miranda Brown, of Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, performs an artistic dance along side a vocal performance by Ms. Nini Adcock during the Women's History Month Celebration hosted by Marine Corps Base Camp S. D. Butler, Okinawa, Japan at the Butler Officers Clubon March. 5, 2007. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by STAFF SGT. Ricardo Morales) (Released)

[Severe Storms and Inland and Coastal Flooding] Bound Brook, NJ, May 16, 2007 -- Community Relations field worker Luis Miranda delivers disaster information to a resident of Bound Brook, N.J. Bound Brook was flooded by the nor'easter storm. Andrea Booher/FEMA

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Agency, MO, 6-23-2007 -- Community Relations Specialists Luis Miranda and Richard Farrington and Buchanam Co EMA Director talk with Flood Victim Renter Ronnie Gregg who may qualify for FEMA Aid. Community Relations Specialists are in the flood damaged area to let people know about registering for FEMA aid that may be available to them under the Individual Assistance Program. Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Agency, MO, 6-23-07 -- Flood victim Robert Johnson shows Community Relations Specialist Luis Miranda a photograph of his home during the flooding. Mr. Johnson is repairing his flood damaged home with aid he received from FEMA. Community Relations Specialists are out in the flood damaged area to let people know about registering for FEMA aid that may be available to them under the Individual Assistance Program. Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Agency, MO, 6-23-07 -- Community Relations Specialists, Richard Farrington and Luis Miranda point to the high water line of this home that is under repair from the flooding. Community Relations Specialists are out in the flood damaged area to let people know about registering for FEMA aid. Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Rosendale, MO, 6-30-07 -- Velma Baxter talks with FEMA Community Relations Specialists Luis Miranda and Chad McCormick, and Rosendale Emergency Manager Joe Thomas. Community Relations Specialists are in the flood damaged area to let people know about Disaster Recovery Centers opening up and registering for FEMA aid that may be available to them under the Individual Assistance Program. Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Rosendale, MO, 6-30-07 -- FEMA Community Relations Specialists Luis Miranda and Chad McCormick talk with Dawn Blair who organized a group of clean up volunteers. Community Relations Specialists are in the flood damaged area to let people know about Disaster Recovery Centers opening up and registering for FEMA aid that may be available to them under the Individual Assistance Program. Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Amazonia, MO, 7-2-07 -- FEMA Community Relations Specialists Chad McCormick and Luis Miranda look a home that was crushed when it hit this bridge during the flooding. Community Relations Specialists are in the flood damaged area to let people know about registering for FEMA aid that may be available to them under the Individual Assistance Program. Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

Statue of Francisco de Miranda, located on the Malecón in Havana, Cuba

UA HUNTSVILLE’S MIRANDA NELSON AND MICHAEL PATTERSON POSE WITH THE MOONBUGGY THEY WILL DRIVE IN THE 2011 GREAT MOONBUGGY RACE AT THE US SPACE AND ROCKET CENTER. 1100264

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Members of the winning Astronaut Resource Managing System and SpaceWear teams in the International Space Apps Challenge pose for a group portrait with the NASA volunteers, judges and event organizers. From left are Alejandro Velasco, NASA's Justin Treptow, Sam Neblett, Roberto Ricci, James Brucato, NASA's Suzanne Plantec, Keith Hargett, NASA's Cynthia Duffaut, NASA's Launa Maier, event organizer James Wood, event organizer lead Caley Burke, NASA's Lisa Singleton, event organizer David Miranda, NASA Ground Systems Development and Operation Program Manager Michael Bolger and NASA intern Brandi Burse. Kennedy Space Center hosted one of the over 90 locations around the world where participants congregated for the attempt to design innovative solutions for global challenges over a 48-hour period. This year's development marathon focused on five NASA mission areas: Asteroids, Earth Watch, Human Spaceflight, Robotics, and Technology in Space. Three of this year’s challenges were developed by KSC employees: Space Wearables: Fashion Designer to Astronauts, Growing Food for a Martian Table, and Asteroid Prospector. The winners selected in 2014 at Kennedy were Astronaut Resource Managing System, or ARMS, for Best Use of Data and SpaceWear for Best Use of Hardware. ARMS also took the People's Choice Award. For more information, visit https://2014.spaceappschallenge.org. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper KSC-2014-2072

MIRANDA HOLTON GIVES OVERVIEW OF THRUST VECTOR CONTROL LAB 1400455

MIRANDA HOLTON GIVES OVERVIEW OF THRUST VECTOR CONTROL LAB 1400454

Dr adriano miranda.

Flower red tulip miranda.

Sousa, 2. Conde de Miranda, Diogo V. Lopes de

[GOYA - 141 - LA CONDESA DE MIRANDA] [Material gráfico]

John Price and wife Miranda, Age about 80

Sousa Tavares, Marqués de Arronches, 3. Conde de Miranda, Henrique III. de

[Colección de fotografías sobre Miranda] [Material gráfico]

Sousa, 2. Conde de Miranda, Diogo V. Lopes de

[PORTADA DE LA CASA DE MIRANDA] [Material gráfico]