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"Yes, madam, the king desires you to preserve religiously in your memory the name and merit of M.
"Madam," said Buckingham, "monsieur has just, for the second time, recalled to my memory an event which excites my curiosity to such a degree, that I shall venture to ask your permission to take him to one side for a moment, to converse in private."
Then, turning towards the princess: "Madam," said he, "your royal highness is a daughter of France; and in that quality I hope to see you again in Paris.
madam," said Buckingham, in a subdued voice, "what can a man do to obtain a similar favor from your royal highness?"
The evening was held in remembrance of Madam Noor Jahan who was also given the honorable title of "Malika-e-Tarannum", the Queen of Melody.
Madam Oke's corner is the second on the single row to the wall of the bridge if one accesses the place, where train tracks also run through, from the Iponri Police Barracks side.
A statement issued by Garba Shehu, Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media and Publicity) on Tuesday said Buhari, expressed sorrow on the death of Madam Rekiya Momoh Bello, the step mother of Yahaya Bello, the Governor of Kogi State.
According to Madam Heilman, when she is given the opportunity, she wants to study general agriculture so as to help the Liberian government with her old age experience in revamping the Country's agriculture sector.
Currently, Madam Frema Opare is the first female Chief of Staff, not just in Ghana, but also within the West African sub-region, and her life has influenced many young women across the globe, hence, it has called for the YAWC and executives of the ExLA group to appreciate her efforts and role in society.
Madam Botchwey, recounted that the relationship between Ghana and South Korea had grown steadily since the two established diplomatic ties in 1977.
The CEO, Madam Fareeda Abbasi, briefed Sir Alam on the progress of the Youth for Human Rights Education (YTHRE) Street-kids Education project.
Songs are recorded in voices of Madam Noorjahan, Naseem Begum, Najma Niazi, Saleem Raza, Farida Khanum, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan and Ustad Naz.