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Daughters Anne Elizabeth Shields (Toronto, October 1959), Catherine Mary Shields (Manchester, February 1962), Margaret (Meg) Lorin Shields (Toronto, April 1964) and Sara Ellisyn Shields (Ottawa, January 1968) followed.
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After a period as office boy and insurance clerk, he served over 42 years as, consecutively rent collector, clerk, cashier and acting secretary to a firm of housing property owners, from which he retired at the age of 65 on a pension which he later commuted.
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a compendium of emails and letters between Blanche Howard and Carol Shields
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Carol Shields biography, with many photographs
The show was rebroadcast in December 2010 and apparently Oz’s recommendation went viral in the form of an e-mail with the subject line “Precautions re Mammograms and Dental XRays/A Useful Warning.” The e-mail message cites The Dr. Oz Show and retells the story of a woman who said she never would have known to ask for a thyroid shield when getting her mammogram if it hadn’t been for the show.
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The Worlds of Carol Shields was held from April 27-29, 2012. The conference program included keynote addresses by Eleanor Wachtel, Anne Giardini, Joseph Giardini, Coral Ann Howells, and Aritha Van Herk. There was a plenary panel featuring Wayson Choy, Joan Clark, Martin Levin, and Jane Urquhart. A book of essays related to the conference is .
leave in England while Carol started work on a new novel, Unless.
“I do not have any data from any of the centers, but here and around the county, some women are asking for the shields,” Kopans says. “Here we are explaining that they are not necessary and could compromise the mammogram, but we have them if the patient insists.”
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Wednesday on the NewsHour, high-ranking senators weigh in on the fight over nominating Justice Antonin Scalia's successor. Also: Apple opposes a judge's order to unlock the iPhone for the FBI, campaign dispatches from battleground states South Carolina and Nevada, an Apartheid-era police official helps those he once brutalized and film composer Carter Burwell on the craft of storytelling.
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Carol Shields and Joyce Carol Oates: The Gift of a Scarf in an “Economy of Femininity” – Elizabeth Reimer (Thompson Rivers University)