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[Image] Late Bloomers Success Stories: SUCCESS STORIES PART 2 LATE BLOOMERS ALAN RICKMAN >He was nearing his thirties when he changed his career SUCCESS STORIES PART I >He was 42 years old when he became famous as Severus Snape in Harry Potter series. LAURA INGALLS WILDER PETER MARK ROGET She was 65 years old when her first book, Little House In the Big Woods was published. > By age 69, he began the preparation for the publication of the work he is mostly known for She was 76 years old when the last book of Little House series was published > At age 73, the first printed edition of his Thesaurus came out >He kept working on it until age 90 HARRY BERNSTEIN KATHRYN JOOSTEN He started writing his famous book when he was 93 years old Stared warking as a street performe n Bisney Warld at age His book was published when he was 96 She became famous for her rale as è dersonal secnretary in the show West Wing at the ape of 60 She wors her first Emmy Award at the age of 66 GLADYS BURRILL FINISH She had her first marathon when she was 86 years old GRANDMA MOSES >A completely self-taught, she devoted most of her time to painting in her 70s. She completed the Honolulu Marathon at the age of 92 She was 78 when her first big break in painting came. SUSAN BOYLE >She started writing her memoir at the age of 92. Her singing career went in full bloom when she was 47 years old after her appearance on Britain's Got Talent. RAY KROC >After volunteering in WWI, he spent his career as a salesman. Partnered with restaurant owners at >She defied all criticisms and the age of 53 managed to have album of all time. of Purchased the restaur ant dt e ae cDonal empire we know right now never too late to translate your dreams into reality. These role t rk and determination to reach uhat thew truly love to do Photo Lredits gnen to the original sources Author doen not caim awnershia of images Their beginnings started differently, but they managed to sacrifice and became successful in their respective fields. Read more of their stories and others below. claim ownership of images Photo Credits gien te the original sources. Author does [Image] Late Bloomers Success Stories

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Hats off: ANGELIKA FILM CENTER JEUPARDY! tor author of Lily and the Octopus Ehe Aew jorkEimes Corner of Houston & Mercer (212) 995-2000 THE LAST 10:15AM, 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:50PM A funny, poignant novel about a struggling writer who gets his big break with a little help from his editor, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Announcing Announcements PUTNAM CLUE OF THE DAY HOTEL MUMBA 10:30, 11:30AM, 120, 220, 4:10,5:10 7:10, 8:00, 10:00, 10-50PM Celebrate births engagements, weddings, anniversaries and more in The Times. Call 1-800-238-4637 FICTIONAL CHARACTERS Crossword Edited by Will Shortz GLORIA BELL 10:00, 11:10AM, 12.20, 1:40, 245, 4:15, 5:15,6:45, 7:45, 9:15, 10:15Pm IN A 1947 COLLECTION HE SOLVED 12 MYSTERIES, INCLUDING THE AFTERMATH 1:05AM, 1:50, 4:30, 7.05, 9.35PM PUZZLE BY JOEL FAGLIANO ACROSS et of nands 2 THE CRETAN BULL & "THE GIRDLE OF Ti meTalks nas stellatio FOR THE CORRECT RESPONSE, WATCH JEOPARDY! TONIGHT OR LOOK IN THIS SPACE TOMORROW IN THE TIMES 018 hit memoir 45 All together, as a en Get Inspired GETTICKETS 7 p.m. on Channel 7 migrants' rights t get out of E Jobs en 7 Tens and tons 28 What many of 46 Catch red 8 Rainbow symbol handed oundi thers wore '' rule venetian judged o American Idol 2 3 4 1 412 3 /Amolving the king ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE 32 An obtuse one is so nd so on GHOSTGUNS BOISE REHEARSAL EASEL OR GANICMATERIAL CEOS PEEKIN TOE ESO MENDEL D ST RYDER SAD MEATY you 35 Home of the Taj Sla 54 Mic he Notorious DOGTOY S VESPERS DURHAM MICAH STEED DAN DIVOT omen to ill the grid with digits so as not to repeat a digit in any row or column, and so that the digits within each ined box will produce the target number shown, by using addition, subtraction, multiplication or MAT PANGEA RATS Online subscriptions: Today's puzzle and more than 9,000 past puzzles, division, as indicated in the box. A 4x4 grid will use the digits 1-4. A 6x6 grid will use 1-6 For solving tips and more KenKen puzzles: www.nytimes.com/kenken. For feedback: nytimes@kenken.com KenKen* is a registered trademark of Nextoy. LLC. Copyright 2019 www.KENKEN.com. All rights reserved NITI RİIGIHIT nytimes.com/crosswords ($39.95 a year) REE Read about and comment on each puzzle: nytimes.com/wordplay E S T A İ N D Crosswords for young solvers: nytimes.com/studentcrosswords. NEONS SETMEFR RI E Hats off

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NYT crossword today. Halfway through it I was like what the hell this can't be......: ANGELIKA FILM CENTER JEUPARDY! tor author of Lily and the Octopus Ehe Aew jorkEimes Corner of Houston & Mercer (212) 995-2000 THE LAST 10:15AM, 1:00, 4:00, 7:00, 9:50PM A funny, poignant novel about a struggling writer who gets his big break with a little help from his editor, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Announcing Announcements PUTNAM CLUE OF THE DAY HOTEL MUMBA 10:30, 11:30AM, 120, 220, 4:10,5:10 7:10, 8:00, 10:00, 10-50PM Celebrate births engagements, weddings, anniversaries and more in The Times. Call 1-800-238-4637 FICTIONAL CHARACTERS Crossword Edited by Will Shortz GLORIA BELL 10:00, 11:10AM, 12.20, 1:40, 245, 4:15, 5:15,6:45, 7:45, 9:15, 10:15Pm IN A 1947 COLLECTION HE SOLVED 12 MYSTERIES, INCLUDING THE AFTERMATH 1:05AM, 1:50, 4:30, 7.05, 9.35PM PUZZLE BY JOEL FAGLIANO ACROSS et of nands 2 THE CRETAN BULL & "THE GIRDLE OF Ti meTalks nas stellatio FOR THE CORRECT RESPONSE, WATCH JEOPARDY! TONIGHT OR LOOK IN THIS SPACE TOMORROW IN THE TIMES 018 hit memoir 45 All together, as a en Get Inspired GETTICKETS 7 p.m. on Channel 7 migrants' rights t get out of E Jobs en 7 Tens and tons 28 What many of 46 Catch red 8 Rainbow symbol handed oundi thers wore '' rule venetian judged o American Idol 2 3 4 1 412 3 /Amolving the king ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE 32 An obtuse one is so nd so on GHOSTGUNS BOISE REHEARSAL EASEL OR GANICMATERIAL CEOS PEEKIN TOE ESO MENDEL D ST RYDER SAD MEATY you 35 Home of the Taj Sla 54 Mic he Notorious DOGTOY S VESPERS DURHAM MICAH STEED DAN DIVOT omen to ill the grid with digits so as not to repeat a digit in any row or column, and so that the digits within each ined box will produce the target number shown, by using addition, subtraction, multiplication or MAT PANGEA RATS Online subscriptions: Today's puzzle and more than 9,000 past puzzles, division, as indicated in the box. A 4x4 grid will use the digits 1-4. A 6x6 grid will use 1-6 For solving tips and more KenKen puzzles: www.nytimes.com/kenken. For feedback: nytimes@kenken.com KenKen* is a registered trademark of Nextoy. LLC. Copyright 2019 www.KENKEN.com. All rights reserved NITI RİIGIHIT nytimes.com/crosswords ($39.95 a year) REE Read about and comment on each puzzle: nytimes.com/wordplay E S T A İ N D Crosswords for young solvers: nytimes.com/studentcrosswords. NEONS SETMEFR RI E NYT crossword today. Halfway through it I was like what the hell this can't be......

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