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EarthRights International, the Center for Constitutional Rights, Paul Hoffman, Hadsell & Stormer, and Judith Brown Chomsky served as co-counsel to the plaintiffs.
EarthRights International, the Center for Constitutional Rights, Paul Hoffman, Hadsell & Stormer, and Judith Brown Chomsky served as co-counsel to the plaintiffs.
Although the expression " on the left " covers a range of politics, many well-known figures " on the left " have been of Jews, for instance, Karl Marx, Moses Hess, Herbert Marcuse, Murray Bookchin, Saul Alinsky, Tristan Tzara, Leon Trotsky, Leon Blum, Judith Butler, Noam Chomsky, Eric Hobsbawm, Harold Laski, Betty Friedan, Abbie Hoffman, or Howard Zinn, who were born into Jewish families and have various degrees of connection to Jewish communities, Jewish culture, Jewish tradition or the Jewish religion in its many variants.
Members of the advisory board include Tony Kushner, Michael Ratner, Judith Butler, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, and Wallace Shawn.

Judith and born
Edward Gibbon was born in 1737, the son of Edward and Judith Gibbon at Lime Grove, in the town of Putney, Surrey.
According to the Annales Cracovienses Compilati, this event took place in 1136 ; since it can be assumed that the Polish princess was younger than her betrothed, and also are known the birth dates of the youngest children of Bolesław III ( Agnes in 1137 and Casimir in 1138 ), Judith in consequence could have been born between 1130 and 1135.
Judy Blume ( born Judith Sussman ; February 12, 1938 ) is an American author.
The story involved Fitz returning to Manchester after several years of living in Australia with Judith and his son James ( who had been born during the final series of the original programme ) to attend his daughter Katy's wedding.
" Goodall has a sister, Judith, who shares the same birthday, though the two were born four years apart.
* Judith Durham ( born 1943 ), Australian singer, member of The Seekers
Judith ( also named Maria in some sources ) was the youngest of the six children born to Emperor Henry III and Empress Agnes.
In addition, Judith had an older half-sister, Beatrix I, Abbess of Quedlinburg and Gandersheim, born from her father's first marriage with Gunhilda of Denmark.
With the help of Sieciech, Judith convinced her husband to postpone the return of Władysław I's first-born son Zbigniew, who seems to be a strong candidate to the succession despite his illegitimacy ; also, they wanted an eventual alliance with the only legitimate son of Władysław I, Bolesław, born from his first marriage with the Bohemian princess.
Judith Godrèche ( born Judith Goldreich on March 23, 1972 ) is a French actress and author, born in Paris.
Dame Judith Olivia " Judi " Dench, CH, DBE, FRSA ( born 9 December 1934 ) is an English film, stage and television actress.
Other early conjoined twins to attain notice were the " Scottish brothers ", allegedly of the dicephalus type, essentially two heads sharing the same body ( 1460 – 1488, although the dates vary ); the pygopagus Helen and Judith of Szőny, Hungary ( 1701 – 1723 ), who enjoyed a brief career in music before being sent to live in a convent ; and Rita and Cristina of Parodi of Sardinia, born in 1829.
* Judith Rich Harris ( born 1938 ), psychologist and author of The Nurture Assumption.
* Judith LeClair ( born 1958 ), bassoonist.
Fanny Marguerite Judith Ardant ( born 22 March 1949 ) is a French actress.
Judith A. Reisman (; born April 11, 1935 ) is an American cultural conservative writer best known for her criticism and condemnation of the work and legacy of Alfred Kinsey.
In 1943, he met Judith Malina ( born 1926 ) and quickly came to share her passion for theatre ; they founded The Living Theatre in 1947.
They had two daughters: Judith ( born 1899 ) and Renate ( born 1901 ).
Judith Wright was born in Armidale, New South Wales the eldest child of Phillip Wright and his first wife Ethel, but spent most of her formative years in Brisbane and Sydney.
* Judith Scott ( 1943 – 2005 ) was born deaf and with Down Syndrome.

Judith and 1942
On 6 October 1942, a writer named Judith Cass had used the term " supermodel " for her article in the Chicago Tribune, which headlined " Super Models are Signed for Fashion Show ".
But Gielgud was best known for directing productions in which he also starred, including his greatest commercial success Richard of Bordeaux ( 1933 ), his definitive production of The Importance of Being Earnest ( 1939, 1942, 1947 ), Medea with Judith Anderson's Tony Award-winning performance of the title role with Gielgud supporting her as Jason ( 1947 ), The Lady's Not for Burning ( 1949 ) that won Richard Burton his first notoriety as an actor, and Ivanov ( 1965 ).
Hitchcock continued to perfect his recognizable brand of suspense-thriller, directing Foreign Correspondent ( 1940 ), the haunting Oscar-winning Rebecca ( 1940 ), which is about the unusual romance between a young woman ( Joan Fontaine ) and an emotionally-distant rich widower ( Laurence Olivier ) – overshadowed by a vindictive housekeeper ( Judith Anderson ), Suspicion ( 1941 ) about a woman in peril from her own husband ( Cary Grant ), Saboteur ( 1942 ) and Shadow of a Doubt ( 1943 ), which was Hitchcock's own personal favorite and based upon the actual case of a 1920s serial killer known as The Merry Widow Murderer.
Judith Sheindlin, better known as Judge Judy ( born October 21, 1942 ), is an American lawyer, judge, television personality, and author.
Sheindlin was born Judith Susan Blum on October 21, 1942 to German Jewish parents, Murray, a dentist, and Ethel Blum.
In theatre, he starred in a 1942 production on Broadway of Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters, which also starred Judith Anderson and Ruth Gordon.
* Judith McGrath ( born 1942 ), Australian actress
Judith Mary ( Judy ) Keall ( born 10 January 1942 ) is a former New Zealand politician.
The writer Judith Cass used the term in 1942 for her article in the Chicago Tribune, which headlined " Super Models are Signed for Fashion Show ".
Her screen roles meanwhile included Judith Bentley in The Girl in the News ( 1940 ), Marcia Royd in Anthony Asquith's comedy Quiet Wedding ( 1940 ), Atlantic Ferry ( 1941 ), Sabotage At Sea ( 1942 ) and Alicia in the Gainsborough Pictures melodrama, Fanny By Gaslight ( 1944 ).
Judith Cynthia Aline Keppel ( born 18 August 1942 ) was the first one million-pound winner on the television game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Judith Hann ( born 8 September 1942 ) at Littleover, Derby, Derbyshire, England, is a freelance broadcaster and writer specialising in science, food and the environment.
Judith Barcroft ( born July 6, 1942 in Washington, D. C .) is an American Broadway and soap opera actress.
Lawrence Schoonver had four daughters with his wife, Gertrude Hedwig Bonn: Judith Hedwig Schoonver ( 1940 ), married to James D. Regan ; chilren: James L. Regan ( 1964 ) and Tracy Regan ( 1966 ) Mary Elizabeth Schoonover ( 1942 ), married to George Marshall ; children: Christopher Marshall ( 1966 ) Caroline Grace Schoonver ( 1944 – 2005 ), married to Herve J. Pensec ; children: Danielle A. Pensec ( 1965 ), Monique S. Pensec ( 1968 ), Michele H. Pensec ( 1968 ); married to Alois J. Mathe Virginia Schoonover, ( 1946 )

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The cast included Glynis Johns ( Desiree Armfeldt ), Len Cariou ( Fredrik Egerman ), Hermione Gingold ( Madame Armfeldt ), Victoria Mallory, Judith Kahan, Mark Lambert, Laurence Guittard, Patricia Elliott, George Lee Andrews, and D. Jamin Bartlett.
They are identical except that Athanasius includes the Book of Baruch and the Letter of Jeremiah and places the Book of Esther among the " 7 books not in the canon but to be read " along with the Wisdom of Solomon, Sirach ( Ecclesiasticus ), Judith, Tobit, the Didache, and the Shepherd of Hermas.
The Book of Judith is not a part of the Jewish or most Protestant Bibles, who exclude the Book of Judith as apocryphal ), though it is a part of the Catholic Bible.
He produced and directed the Biograph film Judith of Bethulia ( 1914 ), one of the earliest feature films to be produced in the United States.
Other Mexicans of Irish descent are: Romulo O ' Farril, Juan O ' Gorman, Edmundo O ' Gorman, Anthony Quinn, Alejo Bay ( Governor of the state of Sonora ), Famed Conductor Felix Carrasco, Guillermo Purcell a businessman, former Miss Mexico Judith Grace Gonzalez, among many others.
* Judith Wallerstein ( 1921-2012 ), Psychologist and researcher at University of California at Berkeley.
* Cahiers I ( 1973 ), édition établie, présentée et annotée par Judith Robinson-Valéry, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade / nrf Gallimard
* Cahiers II ( 1974 ), édition établie, présentée et annotée par Judith Robinson-Valéry, Bibliothèque de la Pléiade / nrf Gallimard
* Cahiers ( 1894 – 1914 ) ( 1987 ), édition publiée sous la direction de Nicole Celeyrette-Pietri et Judith Robinson-Valéry avec la collaboration de Jean Celeyrette, Maria Teresa Giaveri, Paul Gifford, Jeannine Jallat, Bernard Lacorre, Huguette Laurenti, Florence de Lussy, Robert Pickering, Régine Pietra et Jürgen Schmidt-Radefeldt, tomes I-IX, Collection blanche, Gallimard
Philosophers commonly referred to as Post-structuralists include Michel Foucault, Roland Barthes, Jean Baudrillard, Gilles Deleuze ( all of whom began their careers within a Structuralist framework ), Jacques Derrida, Pierre Bourdieu, Jean-François Lyotard, Julia Kristeva, Hélène Cixous, Luce Irigaray and, sometimes, the American cultural theorists, critics and intellectuals they influenced ( e. g. Judith Butler, Jonathan Crary, John Fiske, Rosalind Krauss, Hayden White ).
The following year ( October 830 ), after a brief rebellion and reconciliation between Louis and his sons, Gregory declared that Louis ’ second wife Judith was to be released from the convent where she had been forced to take the veil, and to be returned to Louis.
Petrus and Judith had a son, Nicolaes Willem Stuyvesant ( 1648 – 1698 ), who married Maria Beeckman, the daughter of Willem Beeckman.
* Judith Jarvis Thomson, " The Right to Privacy ," in Michael J. Gorr and Sterling Harwood, eds., Crime and Punishment: Philosophic Explorations ( Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 2000, formerly Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1995 ), 552 pages, pp. 34 – 46.
Judith Merril's annual anthologies ( 1957 – 1968 ), Damon Knight's Orbit series, and Harlan Ellison's Dangerous Visions featured American writers inspired by British writers ( although some of the writers anthologized were British ).
These additional books are Tobit, Judith, Wisdom of Solomon, Wisdom of Jesus son of Sirach, Baruch, Letter of Jeremiah ( which later became chapter 6 of Baruch in the Vulgate ), additions to Daniel ( The Prayer of Azarias, the Song of the Three Children, Susanna and Bel and the Dragon ), additions to Esther, 1 Maccabees, 2 Maccabees, 3 Maccabees, 4 Maccabees, 1 Esdras, Odes, including the Prayer of Manasseh, the Psalms of Solomon, and Psalm 151.
The story follows characters Ben Huss ( Duane Jones ), Barbra ( Judith O ' Dea ), and five others trapped in a rural farmhouse in Pennsylvania which is attacked by " living dead " monsters known as zombies.
Hiding in the cellar of the farmhouse are white married couple Harry ( Karl Hardman ) and Helen Cooper ( Marilyn Eastman ) and their daughter Karen ( Kyra Schon ), who sought refuge after a group of zombies turned over their car ; and white teenage couple Tom ( Keith Wayne ) and Judy ( Judith Ridley ) who arrived after hearing an emergency broadcast about a series of brutal murders.
* ' The Judith Durham Story – Colours Of My Life ' by Graham Simpson ( Random House, 1994, 1998, 2000 ), ( Virgin Books, 2004 ).

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