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Lloyd

(loyd),
John Uri, U.S. pharmacist, 1849-1936. Noted for investigational work in plant chemistry and phytochemistry as applied to medicines, alkaloids, and glucosides.
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Even youngsters who have never heard of Marie Lloyd will know the songs that made her famous.
1922: Marie Lloyd, English music hall entertainer, died aged 52, defying her doctor's orders not to go on stage when unwell.
The Palace Theatre in Swansea played host to the likes of Charlie Chaplin, Lillie Langtry and Marie Lloyd.
Sister Marie Lloyd, 35, was trying to help well-heeled James Archer when he battered her without any provocation.
Not The Beverly Sisters, Vera Lynn, Al Bowlly or Marie Lloyd.
Among the names who stood on the Argyle's stage were Charlie Chaplin, Stan Laurel, George Formby, Max Miller, Marie Lloyd, Rob Wilton, Flannagan and Allen, and Old Mother Riley.
Hard to believe that on this site once stood Levino's Hall, opened in 1887, and later to become the Empire Theatre, where the great Harry Houdini once performed as well as other famed music hall acts like Dan Leno, Harry Lauder, Albert Chevalier, Marie Lloyd, Vesta Tilley, George Robey and Charles Coburn.
However, Gary is about to discover a few eerie familiarities, starting with a certain Marie Lloyd.
THE only time Marie Lloyd used to sing was when she did the housework.
It would be nice to hear from George Bull, Marie Lloyd and any other former member.
Some of the great names of music hall entertainment appeared at the Palace including Charlie Chaplin, George Robey, Lilly Langtry, Marie Lloyd and Little Titch.
But for the first decades of the 20th century, apart from a few notable exceptions, such as music hall star Marie Lloyd, they have struggled to make an impact in a profession dominated by men.

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