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insisted and she
`` I don't understand '', she insisted.
`` Pulley Bey insisted that she bestow her favors on him '', the friend continued.
She didn't want to be the only one with a stove in her room, especially as her life span was nearly run out anyway, and she insisted that Hope have the heater.
Rutherford, who was 70 years old when the first film was made, insisted that she wear her own clothes during the filming of the movie, as well as having her real-life husband, Stringer Davis appear alongside her as the character ' Mr Stringer '.
In 1848, Abby May insisted they leave Concord, which she called " cold, heartless, brainless, soulless ".
In a 1995 interview with Kurt Loder, Love divulged that in the late 1980s, guitarist Joe Strummer of The Clash told her that she was " the worst guitar player he'd ever heard ", but she insisted she had improved by the early 1990s: " I'm fine ...
Putting a positive spin on her marital status, Elizabeth insisted she was married to her kingdom and subjects, under divine protection.
In her " Declaration on the Rights of Woman " she insisted that women deserved rights, especially in areas concerning them directly, such as divorce and recognition of illegitimate children.
" However, Catherine insisted that she and Arthur had never consummated their brief marriage and that the prohibition did not apply here.
After the play closed, however, she went to Hollywood, but insisted on continuing her career and they divorced in 1937.
Shown the pictures after his arrest, Oswald insisted they were forgeries, but Marina testified in 1964 that she had taken the photographs at Oswald's request — testimony she reaffirmed repeatedly over the decades.
Asked to explain herself she insisted on first summoning witnesses and after disclosing the rape called on him and them for vengeance, a plea that could not be ignored, as she was speaking to the chief magistrate of Rome.
In May 1625 she was in good spirits and insisted on accompanying her husband on the royal yacht to review the fleet.
Philip had not reckoned with Isambour, however ; she insisted that the marriage had been consummated, and that she was his wife and the rightful Queen of France.
Never afraid to fight for what she believed in, Lee passionately insisted that musicians be equitably compensated for their work.
Anthony insisted on expensive, high-quality printing equipment, and she paid women workers the high wages she thought they deserved.
They insisted that they knew a relative of Tubman's, and she took them into her home, where they stayed for several days.
When Queen Mary insisted upon the importance of education, the Duchess of York commented, " I don't know what she meant.
Chaney responded that he could not be London's father because he was impotent ; he casually asserted that London's mother had relations with other men and averred that she had slandered him when she said he insisted on an abortion.

insisted and learn
Leonardo's formal training in the anatomy of the human body began with his apprenticeship to Andrea del Verrocchio, who insisted that all his pupils learn anatomy.
He also insisted that his students learn a foreign language if an international career was expected.
He became interested in dancing in 1877 and insisted that the officers of his ship learn to dance.
When Nelson learned of Ronstadt's desire to learn more about traditional pop music and agreed to record with her, he insisted on a whole album or nothing.
Rachmaninoff taught him much about musicianship, including how to analyze a music score, and insisted that Chaliapin learn not only his own roles but also all the other roles in the operas in which he was slated to appear.
Where Cabral had worked to exclude Japanese men from rising beyond brothers in the Society, Valignano insisted that they be treated equally in every way to Europeans and while the Japanese seminarians would learn Latin for sacramental use, the Visitor remarks that it is Europeans who must learn Japanese customs, and not the other way around.
He also introduced his disciples to almost all famous musicians of his times and he insisted that, they learn the many nuances of the art of music from them.
But when the Japanese insisted that local populations learn the Japanese language and worship at Shinto shrines, they met with resistance.
She insisted that the nuns under her care learn to read Latin, that they might understand the Mass.
While he speaks French fluently, Dr. Franklin has insisted that Henri learn to speak, read, and write in both English and French.
He acknowledged that sensitive questions of race and culture were at stake, but insisted that it was important to " learn to respect each other's views and to differ without anger or ill will.
He made his best elder scholars the teachers of the younger classes, and insisted that the way to learn was to teach.
insisted that Pérez would learn the music quickly, convincing him to hire Pérez as the new lead guitarist.
Regardie introduced Hyatt to Reichian therapy, which he insisted Hyatt learn prior to any magickal pursuits.

insisted and skill
William of Tyre explains that " after suffering intolerably from the fever for several days, he ordered physicians of the Greek, Syrian, and other nations noted for skill in diseases to be called and insisted that they give him some purgative remedy.
Possessed himself of extraordinary manipulative skill, he abhorred rough and clumsy work, and he insisted that experiments on animals should be planned and prepared with the utmost care, not only to avoid the infliction of pain ( which was also guarded against by the use of an anesthetic ), but to ensure that the deductions drawn from them should have their full scientific value.
Harrah's father insisted that the Circle Game was a game of skill and not of chance and argued that it was legal.

insisted and so
They have insisted, rather, on living fully and completely within modern culture and, so far from considering this treason to God, have looked upon it as the only way they could be faithful to him.
At the American publisher's insistence, Burgess allowed their editors to cut the redeeming final chapter from the U. S. version, so that the tale would end on a darker note, with Alex succumbing to his violent, reckless nature — an ending which the publisher insisted would be ' more realistic ' and appealing to a U. S. audience.
Although Asser never mentions Alfred's law code, he does say that Alfred insisted that his judges be literate, so that they could apply themselves " to the pursuit of wisdom.
Ball insisted on Arnaz playing her on-air spouse so the two would be able to spend more time together.
Sapir insisted that the discipline of linguistics was of integral importance for ethnographic description, arguing that just as nobody would dream of discussing the history of the Catholic Church without knowing Latin or study German folksongs without knowing German, so it made little sense to approach the study of Indigenous folklore without knowledge of the indigenous languages.
IBM lead negotiator Jack Sams insisted that he never met Gary, and one IBM colleague has confirmed that Sams said so at the time.
When the film was released, Snyder reportedly asked how Cagney had so accurately copied his limp, but Cagney himself insisted he had not, having based it on personal observation of other people when they limped: " What I did was very simple.
Others still insisted that their case was so hopeless that they should board every ship available and flee to Italy, where they would be safe beyond any doubt.
It is often incorrectly assumed that he insisted that the rate of change must be constant, or nearly so, but even the first edition of On the Origin of Species states that " Species of different genera and classes have not changed at the same rate, or in the same degree.
The RAF insisted that all of the stars must have names, so new names were invented for them.
In doing so, he insisted that he was the President, not merely an acting President.
However, Gagarin insisted that the car hood remain back so that the cheering crowds could catch a glimpse of him.
Even so, she insisted on standing for the National Anthem during the memorial service for her husband on 6 February the following year.
Nevertheless, she made the journey and insisted that she be shielded from the press, so that no photographs of her in a wheelchair could be taken.
Dave Connell insisted that no child actors be used, so these children were nonprofessionals, unscripted, and spontaneous.
Zeno did so, but insisted that he recognize Nepos as Western Roman Emperor.
At the time of the Somme, British senior commanders insisted that the company ( 120 men ) was the smallest unit of manoeuvre ; less than a year later, the section of 10 men would be so .< ref >
The anarchists insisted the congress was rigged, and so held their own conference of the International at Saint-Imier in Switzerland in 1872.
Mantle insisted that the promoters of baseball card shows always include one of the lesser-known Yankees of his era, such as Moose Skowron or Hank Bauer so that they could earn some money from the event.
'" In his testimony, Behan repeatedly insisted he told the Earps that he only intended to disarm the Cowboys, not that he had actually done so.
That final game was also Padre legend Tony Gwynn's last major league game, and Henderson had originally wanted to sit out so as not to detract from the occasion, but Gwynn insisted that Henderson play.
He insisted that the commission report should be unanimous, and so he compromised on a number of issues in order to get all the members to sign the final version.
Short insisted the deal be conducted in cash as he was wary of Cooke, so guards transported the money in a cart from one New York bank to another.
" However, Churchill insisted on coming back for the French, so the Royal Navy returned on 4 June in an attempt to rescue as many as possible of the French rearguard.
Lang caused some controversy when he insisted on officially opening the bridge himself, rather than allowing the Governor, the King's representative in NSW, to do so.

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