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Mrs. Blanche Dunkel, 60, who has spent 25 years in the Dwight reformatory for women for the murder in 1935 of her son-in-law, Ervin Lang, then 28, appealed for a parole at a hearing yesterday before two Illinois pardon and parole board members, John M. Bookwalter and Joseph Carpentier.
" In 1839, after moving to Illinois, Smith and his party appealed to members of Congress and to President Van Buren to intercede for the Mormons.
The workers, many of whom were already members of the American Railway Union, appealed for support to the union at its convention in Chicago, Illinois.
The industrialization of France during this period, in general, appealed to members of both the business and working classes.
" The statue has appealed to the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a 3. 4 m replica is on display at Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The parishioners appealed to King Charles I, and he appointed three members of the Privy Council to arbitrate.
* Between 1917 and 1967 the ARP appealed to members of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands.
Williams, joined other members of his faith and appealed similar convictions occurring across the state to the Arkansas Supreme Court in Berry v. City of Hope challenging the city ordinance as unconstitutional under the First Amendment, the Court agreed and held the ordinances unconstitutional.
When some members of the community of Carpentras, France, believed themselves to have been unjustly treated by the majority in a matter relating to taxes, they appealed to Karo, whose letter was sufficient to restore to them their rights ( Rev.
The holiness-Pentecostal movement, or sanctified movement, appealed to people who were not attuned to sophisticated church music, and holiness worship has used any type of instrumentation that congregation members might bring in, from tambourines to electric guitars.
Hue resigned the Presidency while the Party appealed to the generosity of its members.
In February 2008 the four members successfully appealed their convictions and were acquitted.
In 1316 members successfully appealed to Edward I against a Templar takeover and also opposed an attempt takeover by the convent of Bonhommes at Ashridge
Other members of the 79 Group in party offices were left alone ; when the expelled members appealed against their expulsion, the committee hearing the appeal included 79 Group member Stewart Stevenson.
The film's director Richard Linklater appealed to Led Zeppelin band members to use some of their songs in the movie but, although Page agreed, Robert Plant refused.
The arrested militant Levon Ekmekjian condemned the attack in its aftermath and appealed to other members of ASALA to stop the violence.
This was appealed to Classis, and Kuyper, along with about 80 members of the Amsterdam consistory, were suspended in Dec. 1885.
He or she rules on all points of order ( objections made by members asserting that a rule of the House has been broken ); the decisions may not be appealed.
Little happened as a result of the initiative, and in 2012 the council again appealed for members of the public to get involved in producing a more localised plan, based on individual wards within the town.
The decision was appealed by Labour members on the Council and the District Auditor began another investigation.
The notion of recruiting violent youths to form a street army appealed to Martin Webster who attempted to coax members away from the BM to the NF but the BM only lost a handful of members in this manner before NF leader John Tyndall, mindful of the desire to present a respectable NF image, called a halt to the scheme.
It was during that period that the Guard came to be financed by Nicolae Malaxa ( otherwise known as a prominent collaborator of Carol ), and became interested in reforming itself to reach an even wider audience: Codreanu created a meritocratic inner structure of ranks, established a wide range of philanthropic ventures, again voiced themes which appealed to the industrial workers, and created Corpul Muncitoresc Legionar, as a Legion branch which grouped members of the working class.

appealed and donate
Concurrently, she also appealed to Taiwanese people to donate their bodies for medical training, attempting to dispel traditional taboos in the process.

appealed and books
That aggressive research — tracking rebel guerrillas in the Peruvian jungle at age 67 for The Evening News ( 1990 ), or reading 27 books on the hotel industry for Hotel — gave his novels a realism that appealed to readers, even as some critics complained that he used it to disguise a lack of literary talent.
Gaines ' comics may have appealed to adults, but comic books were ( and to a degree, still are ) considered by the general public to be aimed at children.
These books strongly appealed to the English upper classes in the late fifteenth century.
The first two books appealed to many readers as a realistic and humorous treatment of the inner life of an adolescent boy.
Claiming that there were discrepancies between the total number of ballots cast and the number of signatures in the poolling books, Pfeifer appealed to the Ohio Supreme Court to review the results, but the court refused.
Bryan appealed for assistance to George McCready Price, Johns Hopkins University physician Howard A. Kelly, physicist Louis T. More, and Alfred W. McCann, all of who had written books supporting creationism.
By the time Harper & Row purchased the company in 1969, Basic was renowned for producing intellectual books that appealed to both the academic and trade markets.
His books appealed to men and women alike, but men particularly found in his writing the verbalization of their own longings and urges.
She had a stint illustrating books, but soon began writing her own stories, inspired by the sorts of stories that had appealed to the deprived children she had worked with.
Godin decided to create books that appealed to children who played video games.
His books appealed to the Iraqis: for he had written resistance against occupiers, urged Muslims to comply with the Qur ' an, but appealed to them to study modern science to keep apace with the West.

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The idea of a volunteer police force in the north appealed to British Prime Minister David Lloyd George for several practical reasons ; It freed up the RIC and military for use elsewhere in Ireland, it was cheap and thirdly, it did not need new legislation.

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John Adams asserted in the Continental Congress' Declaration of Rights that the demands of the colonies were in accordance with their charters, the British Constitution and the common law, and Jefferson appealed in the Declaration of Independence `` to the tribunal of the world '' for support of a revolution justified by `` the laws of nature and of nature's God ''.
The wildly erratic nature of Patrice Lumumba caused constant problems -- he frequently announced that he wanted the U.N. to get out of the Congo along with the Belgians, and appealed to Russia for help.
Before appealing to the U.N. or to Russia, he first appealed to the U.S. for military help, and was rejected.
However, certain critical interlocutory court orders, such as the denial of a request for an interim injunction, or an order holding a person in contempt of court, can be appealed immediately although the case may otherwise not have been fully disposed of.
Alexios IV Angelos, the son of the deposed Isaac II, had recently escaped from Constantinople and now appealed to the crusaders, promising to end the schism of East and West, to pay for their transport, and to provide military support to the crusaders if they helped him to depose his uncle and sit on his father's throne.
* 1996 – Saddam Hussein's troops seized Irbil after the Kurdish Masoud Barzani appealed for help to defeat his Kurdish rival PUK.
In the 2008 book The Star-Spangled Banner: The Making of an American Icon, Smithsonian experts point out that accounts of the event appealed to Americans eager for stories about the revolution and its heroes and heroines.
Thebes, after the defeat by Athens about 507 BC, appealed to Aegina for assistance.
Athens at once appealed to Sparta to punish this act of medism, and Cleomenes I, one of the Spartan kings, crossed over to the island, to arrest those who were responsible for it.
The following year he convened a council at Alexandria at which he appealed for unity among all those who had faith in Christianity, even if they differed on matters of terminology.
In the wake of the 11 July dismissal of Jacques Necker, the people of Paris, fearful that they and their representatives would be attacked by the royal military, and seeking to gain ammunition and gunpowder for the general populace, stormed the Bastille, a fortress-prison in Paris which had often held people jailed on the basis of lettres de cachet, arbitrary royal indictments that could not be appealed.
The school appealed the IRS decision all the way to the U. S. Supreme Court, arguing that the University met all other criteria for tax-exempt status and that the school's racial discrimination was based on sincerely held religious beliefs, that " God intended segregation of the races and that the Scriptures forbid interracial marriage.
Artistagoras then appealed to the states of mainland Greece for support, but only Athens and Eretria offered to send troops.
In reply to the Papal bull Exsurge Domine of Pope Leo X ( 1520 ), Martin Luther burned the document and appealed for a general council.
" She successfully appealed for the lives of the rebels involved in the Evil May Day for the sake of their families.
Juno, enraged that her attempt at revenge had been frustrated, appealed to Oceanus that the two might never meet his waters, thus providing a poetic explanation for their circumpolar positions.
Following the independence of Eritrea from Ethiopia in 1993, the newly independent Eritrean government appealed to Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria for Eritrean Orthodox autocephaly.
The writers appealed for the unity of all who follow Jesus, suggested the value of congregational self-governance, and lifted the Bible as the source for understanding the will of God.
* After Runyon's death, his friend and fellow journalist, Walter Winchell, went on his radio program and appealed for contributions to help fight cancer, eventually establishing the “ Damon Runyon Cancer Memorial Fund ” to support scientific research into causes of, and prevention of cancer.
After a number of initial successes, Sucre's army was defeated at Ambato in the central Sierra and he appealed for assistance from San Martín, whose army was by now in Peru.

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