Memphis policeman Willie Richmond, scanning the Lorraine with his binoculars from inside the firehouse, heard the noise.
Lorraine Adams, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and reporter, is the author of Harbor and The Room and the Chair.
Ed described himself as a demonologist, while Lorraine, who is 87, calls herself a trance medium.
Squinting through the Redfield scope, he found King, still standing there on the Lorraine balcony.
Novelist Lorraine Adams on why this vital group cannot be forgotten by the U.S.
The members were sucking blissfully while Lorraine went round and collected the literary portion of the entertainment.
Born at Champagne, in Lorraine, of poor parents, he was first apprenticed to a pastrycook.
Lorraine (Claude): a Greek temple on a hill, with sunny and highly finished classic scenery.
There was not, in all Lorraine, a corner of nature more adorable.
Mrs. Lorraine clasped her hands, and moved restlessly on her seat.
region in eastern France, from Medieval Latin Lotharingia, literally "Lothar's Realm," name later given to the northern portion of the lands assigned by the Treaty of Verdun (843 C.E.) to Lothair I in the first division of the Carolingian empire. His empire stretched from the North Sea to the Mediterranean. Before his death (855 C.E.), Lothair subdivided his lands among his three sons. His son, Lothair (for whom the region is named), was given Lotharingia as his kingdom.